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The better way to manage cuff pressure and to protect your patients from VAP

TrachFlush™ maintains and adjusts the actual cuff pressure on a breath-by-breath basis, ensuring continuous optimized and controlled cuff pressure that supports 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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Key benefits of the TrachFlush™ Cuff Controller

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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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Reduce workload and cost

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

2) Potentially decreases micro-aspirations and VAP 

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TrachFlush™ can be used with any endotracheal tube and tracheostomy tube

Intuitive and easy to use!

TrachFlush™ automatically maintains the cuff pressure. Additionally, TrachFlush™ can be used to adjust the cuff pressure in 3 simple steps:


Automatic cuff pressure maintenance. 

Press up/down to adjust the cuff pressure.

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Press         to accept new cuff pressure.

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Cuff pressure is now adjusted, and will be maintained until changed.

Learn how to use TrachFlush™ Cuff Control

You can also find more videos on how to use TrachFlush:

Clinical References

1 Continuous endotracheal tube cuff pressure control system protects against ventilator-associated pneumonia
By Leonardo Lorente, María Lecuona, Alejandro Jiménez, Lisset Lorenzo, Isabel Roca, Judith Cabrera, Calina Llanos, and María L Mora - read more here

2 Continuous control of tracheal cuff pressure and microaspiraion of gastric contents in critically ill patients
By Saad Nseir, Farid Zerimech, Clément Fournier, Rémy Lubret, Philippe Ramon, Alain Durocher, Malika Balduyck - read more here

3 Is continuous better than intermittent control of tracheal cuff pressure? A meta-analysis
By Zunjia Wen, Li Wei, Junyu Chen , and Ailing Xie - read more here

Depending on the location of your healthcare institution, TrachFlush™ may not be available. Contact us for more information 

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