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      PORTEX TRACHEOSTOMY TUBE CUFFED
      PORTEX TRACHEOSTOMY TUBE CUFFED
      PORTEX TRACHEOSTOMY TUBE CUFFED

      PORTEX TRACHEOSTOMY TUBE CUFFED

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      • Thermosensitive PVC for soft, flexible insertion and patient comfort
      • 360-degree rotating connector for easy connection to a breathing circuit
      • Pilot balloon and pilot line to monitor cuff pressure
      • Soft seal cuff inner cannula to reduce the risk of tracheal trauma
      • Smooth inner surface to facilitate suctioning
      • Ideal for long-term use
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      A Portex tracheostomy tube cuffed is a medical device used to create an opening in the trachea (windpipe) to allow air to flow into the lungs. It is a curved tube with a flange at one end that sits outside the neck and a cuff at the other end that inflates to seal off the trachea and prevent air from leaking out.

      Cuffed tracheostomy tubes are typically used for patients who are on mechanical ventilation or who have a weak cough reflex. The cuff helps to prevent aspiration, which is when food or liquids enter the lungs. It also helps to maintain airway pressure and prevent the buildup of secretions.

      Portex tracheostomy tubes are made of thermosensitive polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is a soft and flexible material that conforms to the patient's anatomy. They are also available in a variety of sizes to fit different patients.

      Portex tracheostomy tubes are used in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, and home care. They are also used by patients who participate in sports or other activities that put them at risk of airway obstruction.

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      ·        What is a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube?

      A Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube is a medical device that is inserted into the trachea, or windpipe, to create a direct airway. The cuff is a balloon-like structure that can be inflated to seal around the trachea and prevent air from leaking out.

      ·        Why would someone need a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube?

      Portex cuffed tracheostomy tubes are typically used for patients who require mechanical ventilation or who are at risk of aspiration. They may also be used for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or other respiratory conditions that make it difficult to breathe.

      What are the benefits of using a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube?

      Portex cuffed tracheostomy tubes are made of thermosensitive PVC, which makes them soft and flexible for easy insertion and patient comfort. The tubes also have a number of features that make them ideal for long-term use, including a 360-degree rotating connector, a pilot balloon and pilot line to monitor cuff pressure, a soft seal cuff inner cannula to reduce the risk of tracheal trauma, and a smooth inner surface to facilitate suctioning.

      ·        How do I care for a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube?

      It is important to clean and suction your Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube regularly. Your healthcare provider will teach you how to do this properly. You should also inspect the tube regularly for signs of wear or damage. If you notice any problems, contact your healthcare provider immediately.

      Here are some additional frequently asked questions about Portex cuffed tracheostomy tubes:

      ·        How long can I keep a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube in place?

      The length of time you can keep a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube in place will depend on your individual needs. Some people may only need a tracheostomy tube for a short period of time, such as while they are recovering from surgery. Others may need a tracheostomy tube for the long term.

      ·        How do I know if it is time to decannulate (remove the tracheostomy tube)?

      Your healthcare provider will assess your readiness for decannulation. They will consider factors such as your ability to breathe on your own, your airway strength, and your swallowing ability.

      ·        What are the risks of using a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube?

      The risks of using a Portex cuffed tracheostomy tube include:

      1.     Infection

      2.     Tracheal stenosis (narrowing of the trachea)

      3.     Cuff overinflation (which can damage the trachea)

      4.     Aspiration (if the cuff leaks)

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