Aintree Intubation Catheter

Intended for assisted fiberoptic intubation and for uncomplicated, atraumatic endotracheal tube exchange.

Features & Benefits

  • The catheter’s inner diameter (ID), lumen, and distal sideports are designed to enhance airflow.
  • The large ID permits the use of a bronchoscope, which enhances visualization.
  • The centimeter marks facilitate accurate alignment with endotracheal tubes.
  • The removable Rapi-Fit® adapters permit oxygen delivery, if necessary.

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Essential prescribing information

Aintree Intubation Catheter

ESSENTIAL PRESCRIBING INFORMATION

CAUTION: U.S. federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician (or properly licensed practitioner).

INTENDED USE: The Aintree Intubation Catheter has been designed for assisted fiberoptic intubation and for uncomplicated, atraumatic endotracheal tube exchange.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: None known

WARNINGS: Possible allergic reactions should be considered.• Do not advance the catheter beyond the carina. Attention should be paid to the depth of insertion of the catheter into the patient’s airway, and to the correct tracheal position of the endotracheal tube. Markers on the catheter refer to distance from the tip of the catheter. • Take care not to injure the epiglottis and glottis, or to perforate the sinus pyriformis, trachea or bronchus. • Use of the Rapi-Fit adapter for oxygenation may be associated with a risk of barotrauma. • Use of an oxygen source should only be considered if the patient has sufficient egression of the insufflated gas volume. • If a high-pressure oxygen source is used for insufflation (e.g., jet ventilator), begin at a lower pressure and work up gradually. Rising chest wall, pulse oximetry and oral air flow should be carefully monitored. • Ensure proper sizing of the catheter within an endotracheal tube. Failure to do so may cause small fragments to be shaved off during removal of the catheter. • To avoid barotrauma, ensure that the tip of the AIC catheter is always above the carina, preferably 2-3 cm.

POTENTIAL ADVERSE EVENTS: Barotrauma • Perforation of the bronchi or lung parenchyma • Pneumothorax

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Frova Intubating Introducer

Intended to facilitate endotracheal intubation in patients where the visualization of the glottis is inadequate.

Features & Benefits

  • The blunt, angled tip can be passed blindly into the trachea when visualization of the glottis is inadequate to guide the placement of the endotracheal tube.
  • The optional stiffening cannula adds rigidity to the proximal and middle sections of the catheter, but the distal portion remains flexible.
  • The lumen and distal sideports are designed to deliver oxygen.
  • The centimeter marks facilitate accurate alignment with endotracheal tubes.
  • The removable Rapi-Fit® adapters permit oxygen delivery, if necessary.

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Essential prescribing information

Frova Intubating Introducer

ESSENTIAL PRESCRIBING INFORMATION

CAUTION: U.S. federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician (or properly licensed practitioner).

INTENDED USE: The Frova Intubating Introducer is intended to facilitate endotracheal intubation in patients where the visualisation of the glottis is inadequate. The 14.0 French catheter introducer has been designed for placement of a single lumen endotracheal tube whose inner diameter is 6 mm or larger. NOTE: Do not use the Frova Intubating Introducer with double lumen endotracheal or endobronchial tubes. NOTE: The use of removable Rapi-Fit Adapters permits the utilisation of a high- and low-pressure oxygen source, if necessary, during the procedure.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Do not use if the epiglottis cannot be visualised when performing laryngoscopy, i.e., Grade IV Cormack & Lehane laryngoscopy classification.

WARNINGS: To avoid barotrauma and/or pneumothorax, examine the patient’s anatomy to help determine the optimal placement for the Frova Intubating Introducer. Ensure the catheter is in the physician-preferred location relative to the carina by referencing its centimeter markings. • Care must be taken not to provoke injury to the epiglottis and glottis, perforation of the sinus pyriformis, trachea or bronchus. • Use of the Rapi-Fit Adapter for oxygenation may be associated with a risk of barotrauma. • Use of an oxygen source should only be considered if the patient has sufficient egression of the insufflated gas volume. • If a high-pressure oxygen source is used for insufflation (e.g., jet ventilator), begin at a lower pressure and work up gradually. Rising chest wall, pulse oximetry and oral air flow should be carefully monitored. • Ensure that the Rapi-Fit Adapter is securely connected to the Frova catheter prior to oxygen delivery. Failure to properly secure the adapter to the catheter introducer may result in hypoxia, hypoxaemia and serious adverse events. • Do not use the Frova Intubating Introducer with double lumen endotracheal or endobronchial tubes. • Lubricate the catheter introducer and endotracheal tube before use. • Ensure proper sizing of the endotracheal tube to be used in combination with the Frova Intubating Introducer. • Care must be taken when introducing/removing the catheter introducer from the endotracheal tube; contact with sharp edges on the internal surface of the endotracheal tube may cause small fragments to be shaved off the catheter introducer during introduction/removal. • Possible allergic reactions should be considered.

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Cook® Retrograde Intubation Set

Intended to assist in the placement of an endotracheal tube during difficult or emergency airway access procedures where visualization of the vocal cords is not possible secondary to secretions, blood and/or anatomic anomalies.

Features & Benefits

  • Using the Seldinger technique via the cricothyroid membrane for initial access permits retrograde (cephalad) placement of a wire guide that exits orally or nasally.
  • The catheter’s tapered tip allows for smoother navigation through the patient’s anatomy.
  • Antegrade introduction of a hollow guiding catheter with distal sideports and Rapi-Fit® adapters allows you to provide the patient with oxygen and facilitates placement of an endotracheal tube.

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Retrograde Intubation Sets

ESSENTIAL PRESCRIBING INFORMATION

CAUTION: U.S. federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician (or properly licensed practitioner).

INTENDED USE: The Retrograde Intubation Set is intended to assist in the placement of an endotracheal tube during difficult or emergency airway access procedures where visualization of the vocal cords is not possible secondary to secretions, blood and/or anatomic anomalies. Refer to the table below for sizing information.

Retrograde Intubation Set Size For Use With Endotracheal Tube (ID)
6.0 Fr 2.5 mm or larger
11.0 Fr 4.0 mm or larger
14.0 Fr 5.0 mm or larger

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Ongoing coagulopathy • Obscure cricothyroid anatomy • Infection of cricothyroid membrane • Mass (i.e., goiter)

WARNINGS: None known

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