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Endobronchial Blocker Tube

Endobronchial Blocker Tube is designed to differentially intubate a patient’s bronchus inorder to Isolate the left or right lung for procedures that require one-lung ventilation.

An endobronchial blocker tube is a device that is placed into the trachea (windpipe) through the mouth or nose. This tube blocks the airway from the lungs, so that ventilation (breathing) can be done through the tube. The endobronchial blocker tube has a twist-lock design, which allows it to be quickly and easily removed when no longer needed.

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  • Endobronchial Blocker Tube is designed to differentially intubate a patient’s bronchus inorder to Isolate the left or right lung for procedures that require one-lung ventilation.
  • Size 5fr, 7fr. 9fr meeting clinical needs, for all patients from pediatric to adult.
  • Ultrathin cuff is made from PU in medical grade, thickness 0.028mm, comfortable and soft. It creats a superior seal and reduces microaspiration, when deflated it is very close to blocker tube, so it can pass ETT easily.
  • Twist lock design, easy operation, secure locking.
Ref.No: Size: Tube length (mm) Cuff length (mm) Resting Cuff (mm) (mm)
NMR105009 9Fr 695 18 15
NMR105007 7Fr 695 16 12
NMR105005 5Fr 640 10 8

What is an Endobronchial Blocker Tube?

An endobronchial blocker tube is a device that is placed into the trachea (windpipe) through the mouth or nose. This tube blocks the airway from the lungs, so that ventilation (breathing) can be done through the tube. The endobronchial blocker tube has a twist-lock design, which allows it to be quickly and easily removed when no longer needed.

What is the Twist Lock Design?

The Twist Lock design is a new type of endobronchial blocker tube that has a unique locking mechanism. This design allows the tube to be locked in place, preventing it from being dislodged during use. This is a significant improvement over traditional endobronchial blocker tubes, which can easily become dislodged during use and cause serious complications.

Advantages of the Twist Lock Design

The twist lock design of the endobronchial blocker tube is an improvement over the older style of tube. The twist lock design allows the tube to be locked in place, preventing it from being dislodged during surgery. This is a significant advantage, as it can reduce the risk of complications during surgery. In addition, the twist lock design makes it easier to remove the tube after surgery, reducing the risk of infection.

Disadvantages of the Twist Lock Design

The twist lock design of the endobronchial blocker tube has several disadvantages. First, it is difficult to palpate the tube to ensure that it is in the correct position. Second, the tube can kink if not positioned correctly, which can lead to obstruction of the airway. Third, the tube can slip out of position if not locked in place, which can again lead to obstruction of the airway. Finally, the tube may be difficult to remove if it becomes wedged in place.

How to Use the Twist Lock Design

If you have an endobronchial blocker tube with a twist lock design, here's how to use it. First, connect the tube to the inflation device. Next, insert the tube into the patient's airway. To secure the tube in place, twist the lock clockwise. Finally, inflate the balloon to the desired pressure.

Objective The end of this study was to observe the effect of endobronchial blocker tube in the pulmonary melanoma with videotapesupported thoracic surgery. Methods Forty cases of pulmonary melanoma with videotapesupported thoracic surgery were aimlessly assigned into two groups with twenty cases each endobronchial blocker tube group ( group 1) and double-lumen endobronchial tube group ( group 2). After anesthesia was convinced, in group 1, single lumen tube was intubated at first, and also endobronchial blocker tube intubated to left or right primary bronchus under the guidance of fiber-optical bronchoscope according to functional necessaryfitted 2 – 4 mL air to blocker balloon and blocker one side primary bronchus for one-lung ventilation inescapably; while in group 2, the position of double-lumen endobronchial tube was verified with fiber-optical bronchoscope after intubation. Blood samples were collected before anesthesia inductiondouble lumen ventilation, at the one-lung ventilation of 5 min, 30 min, 60 min, 120 min and 180 min, SBP, DBP, HR, SpO2, partial pressure of end tidal carbon dioxide (PetCO2), pH, PaO2, PaCO2, PaO2/ FiO2 were recorded. Results Forty cases’intubations were each successful. There were no differences in SBP, DBP, HR, SpO2, PetCO2, pH, PaCO2 between two groups in different points (P>0.05). Paw in group 1 was lower than group 2, PaO2 and PaO2/ FiO2 in group 1 was advanced than group 2 in the one lung ventilation of 5 min, 30 min, 60 min, 120 min and 180 min. Conclusion This can meet the request of videotapesupported thoracic surgery, with the special advantages of simple insertion, lower airway and better oxygenation. Endobronchial blocker tube offer a new way for one-lung ventilation in the pulmonary melanoma with videotapesupported thoracic surgery. Endobronchial Blocker Tube offer several advantages to patients with cardiac disease. Order now at all types of medical devices & healthcare products at lowest price from Nexgen Medical. Endobronchial Blocker Tube