CORTRAK* 2 Enteral Access System (EAS)

Efficient Feeding for Better Outcomes

As you nourish your patients and support their recovery, don’t let your efforts be undermined by feeding delays and malnutrition.

CORTRAK* 2 Enteral Access System (EAS)

The ONLY device that is FDA-cleared to confirm bedside tube placements without x-ray, CORTRAK* 2 offers timely feeding for your patients.

An electromagnetic stylet provides real-time location information on the tube tip placement within a patient’s anatomy.
On-screen visualization provides immediate feedback on tube placement, which can reduce or eliminate the need for x-ray confirmation.

With CORTRAK* 2, you can:

  • Immediately identify misplaced tubes
  • Minimize complications such as lung placements
  • Offer improved patient care
  • CORTRAK* 2 allows you to control the placement of feeding tubes and facilitate your patients’ successful recovery and optimal outcomes.
Product Details

CORMAN* Nasogastric/Nasointestinal Feeding Tube Placement Training Module

The CORMAN* training model is intended to be used to enhance training related to nasogastric and nasointestinal feeding tube placement. Its anatomy features include:

  • An Open Mouth
  • Moveable Head
  • Lungs
  • Stomach
  • Small Intestine
  • Divided Nasal Septum
  • Removable “Skin”
  • Pyloric Sphincter

CORMAN* may be used with the CORTRAK* 2 Enteral Access System.

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