Cuff Sentry


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desired cuff pressure without the need of hospital personnel having to constantly monitor the pressure! Bibliography of References/Papers: 1 Nseir S, Zerimech F, Fournier C, Lubret R, Ramon P, Durocher A, Balduyck M. “Continuous Control of Tracheal Cuff Pressure and Microaspiration of Gastric Contents in Critically Ill Patients”; American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 2011;184: 1041-1047. 2 Jennifer Decker, “Monitoring Tracheal Tube Cuff Pressures in the ICU Can Prevent Injury”; ENT Today, September 2007. 3 Galinski M, Tréoux V, Garrigue B, Lapostolle F, Borron SW, Adnet F. “Intracuff Pressures of Endotracheal Tubes in the Management of Airway Emergencies: The Need for Pressure Monitoring”; Annals of Emergency Medicine, June 2006; Vol.47, Issue 6: 545–47. 4 WN. Bernard, L. Yost, D. Joynes, S. Cothalis, H. Turndorf. “Intra Cuff Pressures in Endotracheal and Tracheostomy Tubes”; CHEST/87/6/June 1985: 720-725. 5 6 7 “(ATS & IDSA) Guidelines for the Management of Adults with Hospital-acquired, Ventilator-associated, and Healthcare-associated Pneumonia”; American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine, 2005,Vol 171: 388-416. 8 P. Blanch. “Laboratory Evaluation of 4 Brands of Endotracheal Tube Cuff Inflator”; Respiratory Care, February 2004, Vol 49/No 2: 166-173. 9 M.Chulay. “VAP Prevention, The Latest Guidelines”;, RN, March 2005, Vol 68, No.3: 53-55. 10 Stewart SL, Secrest JA, Norwood BR, Zachary R. “A Comparison of Endotracheal Tube Cuff Pressures Using Estimation Techniques and Direct Intracuff Measurement”; AANA Journal, December 2003, 71(6): 443-447. ORDERING INFORMATION CuffSentryTM (Case of 20) CuffSentryTM with Oxygen Supply Line (Case of 20) 129 E. Depot Street Suite 200 Mocksville, NC 27028 USA | 336.936.9370 Distributed by Ohio Medical Corporation 1111 Lakeside Dr. Gurnee, IL 60031 | 1.866.549.6446 Ohio Medical Corporation and the Ohio Medical logo are registered trademarks of Ohio Medical Corporation. Cuff Sentry is a trademark of Outcome Solutions LLC.

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CuffSentry™ is the first and only device that continuously monitors and maintains desired endotracheal tube (ETT) cuff pressure without the need for manual intervention! MINIMIZES UNDER AND OVER INFLATION When CuffSentryTM is properly set, it will maintain constant air filled cuff pressure. Real time cuff pressure can be monitored by viewing the pressure manometer. AIDS IN ETT CUFF SEAL INTEGRITY PROBLEMS Two Major Problems Associated With Cuff Management Practice: Cuff pressure (CP) that is too low allows secretions to migrate to the lower airways (microaspiration) which is a known risk...

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