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VAP prevention & tracheal secretion removal without the need for suctioning

TrachFlush - 1 Device 2 features

Cuff Control

TrachFlush continuously maintains the user set cuff pressure and protects your patients from VAP and tracheal injuries

Flush Control

TrachFlush removes secretion from below and above the cuff from invasive mechanically ventilated patients with the push of a button

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Benefits of using TrachFlush

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Protect your patients from VAP

TrachFlush continuously maintains the user set cuff pressure, potentially decreases microaspirations and VAP

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Easy secretion removal

TrachFlush removes secretion from below and above (subglottic) the cuff without the need for suctioning

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Reduce workload and cost

1) No need to manually check and maintain the cuff pressure,

2) Potentially decreases microaspirations and VAP, 

3) Remove secretion below and above the cuff with the push of a button

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Improve patient comfort with TrachFlush

1) No "vacuum cleaner" in the airways, 2) No negative air pressure like cough assist devices, and 3) No post-suctioning instability

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TrachFlush can be used with any endotracheal tube and tracheostomy tube

Cuff Control feature

Continuously optimized and controlled cuff pressure. Support ventilation therapy and protects your patients from VAP and tracheal injuries, including features for:

  • Fast deflation of the cuff for safe extubation.

  • Increased cuff pressure for a user defined period of time to secure the airway and avoid aspirations, for example in cases of repositioning the tube, changes in patient positioning etc.

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Flush Control feature

Easy and intuitive feature for tracheal secretion removal below and above the cuff.

With the push of a button, TrachFlush deflates the cuff and utilizes the ventilator air pressure during inspiratory cycle to "flush" the secretion from below and above the cuff up into the oral cavity. No need to perform tracheal suctioning manually.

Flush Control feature demonstrated in a video