A CLEARER AIRWAY COULD BE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTUBATION AND LIBERATION.

Liberating your patients from the ventilator is a constant struggle.

A significant amount of time patients spend on the ventilator is spent trying to take them off.

Biofilm buildup is found in nearly all endotracheal tubes, independent of time on the ventilator.

Buildups can happen quickly resulting in intraluminal volume loss that impacts airway resistance.

Airway-wiping technology can remove what suction-only systems leave behind. Contact a respiratory health representative to learn more.

Learn more about the benefits of introducing airway wiping into your airway management protocols, here.

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