For patients dealing with serious respiratory conditions, having a base of important information, thought leadership and products that can aid in knowledge, comfort and improved health outcomes is imperative.
Avanos is that platform. Our respiratory products and content can help patients receive the quality care they need whether at home or in the hospital. Working with clinical care clinicians we’ve developed a wide range of important respiratory products designed to help facilitate best practices of respiratory care. With safety, comfort, and convenience a priority for both clinicians and patients, our closed suction systems, endotracheal tubes, oral care solutions and sampling catheters help treat and protect your patients and may help to improve their quality of life.
Our respiratory health solutions include:
- The MICROCUFF* Subglottic Suctioning Adult Endotracheal Tube, which keeps the suction circuit closed to support patient safety measures that are designed to minimize the risk of subjecting patients and healthcare workers to potentially harmful bacteria.
- Oral Care Kits that are easy to use and designed to promote oral care compliance, enabling patients to follow protocol and require less maintenance than previously used suction tools.
- Mini-BAL Sampling Catheter safely samples a patient’s lower respiratory tract secretions, giving physicians the data they need to make an accurate lung infection diagnosis and prescribe targeted antibiotic treatment.1
- Multi-Access Port Closed Suction System with a compact rotating manifold that provides multiple ports to access the patient’s airway without jeopardizing integrity of the closed circuit. A closed circuit helps you protect your patient from cross-contamination and VAP.
The Avanos respiratory medical device solutions provide simplification, clinical benefits and convenience to physicians and patients’ lives and should be considered your one stop for all patients respiratory needs.
 American Thoracic Society Guidelines for the Management of Adults with Hospital-acquired, Ventilator-associated, and Healthcare-associated Pneumonia. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, V. 171, 388-416 (2005).
Mini-BAL Sampling Catheter
Our Mini-BAL Sampling Catheter safely samples a patient’s lower respiratory tract secretions, giving physicians the data they need to make an accurate lung infection diagnosis and prescribe targeted antibiotic treatment.1
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BALLARD* Turbo-Cleaning Closed Suction System
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1 American Thoracic Society Guidelines for the Management of Adults with Hospital-acquired, Ventilator-associated, and Healthcare-associated Pneumonia. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, V. 171, 388-416 (2005).