Secretion removal without the need for tracheal suctioning
Secretion removal with the push of a button - no need for tracheal suctioning!
Block subglottic aspirations and reduce VAP with TrachFlush Cuff Control
Improve patient comfort - reduce VAP, no "vacuum" cleaner in the airways, and no post-suctioning patient instability
Reduce workload and costs - remove secretion in less than 60 seconds and no need to check cuff pressure
Use TrachFlush with any ICU ventilator, ETT and TT - simple connectivity
TrachFlush Flush Controller
TrachFlush Flush Controller removes secretion more efficiently, can eliminate the need for manual tracheal suctioning, and improves patient comfort.
Step 1: Adjust ventilator settings to match TrachFlush requirements if needed and if safe for the patients
Step 2: Press the "Flush" button
TrachFlush deflates the cuff in alignment with the ventilator inspiratory pressure in the lungs, allowing the airflow of pressure to push/flush the secretion from below the cuff and all the way up into the oral cavity
Step 3: After the Flush, the cuff is automatically inflated again and still within the inspiratory cycle.
See how the Flush Controller works in the video below
TrachFlush Cuff Controller
TrachFlush Cuff Controller automatically maintains the user set cuff pressure, blocking subglottic secretions from entering the lungs, and reduces VAP
Below is the working principle of the TrachFlush Cuff Controller described
Step 1: Set the cuff pressure by pressing arrow up or down on TrachFlush
Step 2: Accept the cuff pressure by pressing the accept button
Step 3: TrachFlush automatically maintains the user set cuff pressure
Recent clinical studies show that:
TrachFlush successfully removed secretions in patients (DS Karbing, 2021)
Continious maintainted cuff pressure can decrease microaspirations and VAP (Lorente 2014, Neseir 2011)
*TrachFlush is CE Marked.
*TrachFlush is not available in the USA.