Remove secretion from invasive mechanically ventilated patients with the push of a button 

TRACHFLUSH

1 DEVICE WITH 2 FEATURES

CUFF CONTROL AND FLUSH CONTROL

CUFF CONTROL

TrachFlush automatically maintains the user set cuff pressure of the ETT/TT, blocking subglottic secretions from entering the lungs, and reduces VAP with 50%

FLUSH CONTROL

TrachFlush automatically removes secretion from invasive mechanically ventilated patients with the push of a button

TrachFlush Stand-alone Device

Benefits of using TrachFlush to reduce VAP and remove secretion

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Improve patient comfort

No “vacuum” cleaner in the airways.
No post-suctioning patient
instability

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Push a button to remove secretion

Remove secretion in less than 1 minute by pushing a button and save time

See how

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Ease of use

Use TrachFlush with any mechanical ventilator, ETT and TT - simple connectivity

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VAP reduction

Reduces VAP with 50%

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Reduce contamination risk

Remove secretion without being near the patient

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Reduce workload and cost

Reduce workload and consumable usage

See how

See how TrachFlush works

TrachFlush compared to suctioning catheters and cough machines

Open/Closed suctioning catheters

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More than 5 minutes workload

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Minimal patient comfort - "vacuum" cleaner in airways

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After suctioning instability

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De-recruitment - removal of PEEP

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Manual cuff pressure regulation

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Reduce workload

Less than 1 minute by pushing a button

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Improve patient comfort

No "vacuum" cleaner in the airways

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No after suctioning instability

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No de-recruitment

PEEP maintained

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Automatic cuff pressure regulation

Cough Machines

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More than 10 minutes workload

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Minimal patient comfort - high positive/negative pressure in lungs

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After suctioning instability

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De-recruitment - removal of PEEP

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Manual cuff pressure regulation

TrachFlush Clinical Applications 

Surgery

Reduces workload - remove secretion with the push of a button

  • On indications

  • On procedure

Reduces VAP

  • Prevents subglottic aspiration

Improves patient comfort

  • No "vacuum" cleaner in the airways

  • No after suctioning instability

No contamination risk for staff

  • Remove secretion without being near the patient

Post-Op

Reduces workload - remove secretion with the push of a button

  • On indications

  • On procedure

  • On pre-extubation

Reduces VAP

  • Prevents subglottic aspiration

Improves patient comfort

  • No "vacuum" cleaner in the airways

  • No after suctioning instability

No contamination risk for staff

  • Remove secretion without being near the patient

ICU

Reduces workload - remove secretion with the push of a button

  • On indications / during physiotherapy

  • On procedure

  • On pre-extubaiton

Reduces VAP

  • Prevents subglottic aspiration

Improves patient comfort

  • No "vacuum" cleaner in the airways

  • No after suctioning instability

No contamination risk for staff

  • Remove secretion without being near the patient

Home Care

Reduces workload - no need for a nurse to remove secretion

  • On indications 

  • On procedure

Reduces VAP

  • Prevents subglottic aspiration

Improves patient comfort

  • No "vacuum" cleaner in the airways

  • No after suctioning instability

  • No need for cough machines

No contamination risk for staff

  • Patient can remove secretion themselves