Safety In Sync - Safety Analysis Program
The Safety In Sync - Safety Analysis Program helps prevent the risk of needlesticks, identify safety improvements, create best practices, improve process efficiencies and decrease expenses.
Using Bivona TTS in Pediatric Tracheostomized Patients
Soham Roy, Chief of Otolaryngology highlights the breakthrough in pediatric tracheostomy care with the Bivona TTS (Tight-to-Shaft) Cuff, from easier insertion due to its size, to the low pressure TTS system reducing pressure complications.
Using Bivona TTS in Adult Tracheostomized Patients
Siva Raja, a Thoracic Surgeon speaks about the reduction of post operative complications, improved success placing the tube and greater compatibility since switching to the Bivona TTS (Tight-to-Shaft) tracheostomy tubes.
Reducing ventilator recurring respiratory infections in tracheostomy patents
John W Mah talks about a ventilation dependent patient who, thanks to a Suctionaid tracheostomy tube was able to significantly improve his quality of life and reduce recurring respiratory infections including pneumonia.
Benefits of Tracheostomy Standardization
John W Mah, Medical Surgical Director ICU, and Thoracic Surgeon Siva Raja discuss the benefits of the Smiths Medical products to standardizing care practices for percutaneous and open tracheostomy.
Tracheostomy Patient Care
Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology Soham Roy talks about the partnership with Smiths Medical which provides the most diverse and customizable product portfolio for pediatric tracheostomy patient care.
Benefits of Pediatic Tracheostomy Standardization
Soham Roy, Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology, discusses standardizing care practices to discover best practices, improve quality and decrease variability particularly in pediatic tracheostomy. Also the benefits of the Flextend and Hyperflex tubes.
DeltaVen® Catheter Introduction
Introducing the DeltaVen® Closed System Catheter Feel the difference, see the difference The extensive range allows you to pick the right catheter for your patient's needs.
Acapella Chapter 1
Positive Expiratory Pressure (PEP) therapy is used to mobilize secretions. PEP devices give independence to patients with chronic respiratory diseases as the therapy can be done when convenient for the patient and without assistance.
Acapella Chapter 2
acapella® combines the benefits of both PEP therapy and airway vibrations to mobilize pulmonary secretions and can be used in virtually any position allowing patients to move freely and sit, stand or recline.
Acapella Chapter 3
acapella® choice and duet instructions and details
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