Gastric Access Laryngeal Tube Kit, Size 5

Gastric Access Laryngeal Tube Kit, Size 5

$36.99

Seals in the esophagus and oropharynx to provide positive pressure ventilation
Single inflation port
Multiple ventilation outlets and bilateral eyelets for optimal patient ventilation
Best aspiration protection with balloon seal in esophagus and largest gastric access port (up to 6.5 mm ID) port allows for 18 Fr OG tube
Superior patient ventilation due to 360? tissue seal above and below the glottic opening

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The Ambu? King LTS-D? Laryngeal Tube is a disposable, simple to use alternative airway device that provides superior patient ventilation. The King LTS-D allows the passage of the gastric tube through a separate channel.

The King LTS-D is designed with a straightened, beveled distal tip that assists in directing the airway posterior to the larynx and into the upper esophagus. Due to this unique configuration, there is minimal risk of the device entering the trachea.

A single port inflates both proximal and distal cuffs. The proximal cuff stabilizer the King LTS-D and seals the oropharynx. The distal cuff blocks entry of the esophagus, reducing the possibility of gastric insufflation. Ventilatory seal pressures of 30cm H2O or more are achievable with the King LTS-D. Multiple distal ventilatory openings and bilateral ventilation eyelets facilitate air flow.

Features:

Seals in the esophagus and oropharynx to provide positive pressure ventilation
Single inflation port
Drain tube for gastric and suction catheters
Phthalate and latex free material
Color-coded full range of sizes
No risk of cross-contamination (disposable)
Kits include:

(1) King airway
(1) Packet of lubricating jelly
(1) Syringe

Additional Information

Dimensions 16.5 × 6.5 × 7 in

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