The T Tube is a medical grade PVC make siliconised T tube used for common bile duct drainage. It has a super smooth siliconized low friction surface which prevents clogging and helps the T Tube to glide down the bile duct smoothly. The soft silicone coating also provides good comfort for patients and easy insertion for doctors.
Raw material: natural latex, silicone coated.
Be used for the liquid exported of the operation of Cholecyst.
Length : 20×40cm / 15×30cm
|NMD31012||12 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31014||14 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31016||16 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31018||18 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31020||20 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31022||22 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31024||24 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31026||26 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31028||28 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
|NMD31030||30 Fr/Ch, 15 x 30cm||400|
The T Tube is a medical grade PVC make siliconised T tube used for common bile duct drainage. The tube has two eyelets for drainage and a central lumen for feeding or suction. The tube is inserted through a small incision in the side of the abdomen and threaded into the common bile duct. The drain is then removed and the end of the tube is sutured to the skin.
The T tube is made of medical grade PVC and is siliconised to create a low friction surface. This prevents clogging and makes it easier for the tube to be inserted and removed. The T tube is a common bile duct drainage tube that is used to treat conditions such as gallstones or pancreatitis.
The T tube is most often used as a temporary measure to drain the gall bladder and intestine during endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP). The tube is inserted through the common bile duct and into the duodenum. The tube can be left in place for up to six weeks. The tube is then removed and the incisions are closed.
When the common bile duct is blocked, bile can back up into the liver. This can cause a yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice). A T tube can help to relieve these symptoms by draining bile from the common bile duct. T tubes are made from medical grade PVC and are siliconised to provide a smooth inner surface. They are available in a range of sizes to suit different patients. A T tube is inserted through a small incision in the abdomen and passed into the common bile duct. The tube is then secured in place and drainage tubes are attached. Bile drains from the common bile duct into a drainage bag or container. T tubes are usually left in place for several weeks to allow the bile duct to heal. In some cases, they may be left in place for longer periods of time. Once the T tube is removed, the incision is closed with stitches or staples.
The T Tube is made from low density PVC which is siliconised for smoothness and to resist sticking. It has a wide range of applications in common bile duct drainage, percutaneous cholecystostomy and liver biopsy. The tube is atraumatic and can be inserted easily into the biliary tree. It has good patency and can be removed easily when required.