Tracheostomy Humidification

The nose and mouth provide warmth, moisture and filtration for the air we breathe. Having a tracheostomy tube, however, by-passes these mechanisms so humidification must be provided to keep secretions thin and to avoid mucus plugs. Humidification is very important for thinning secretions so they do not block the trach tube. Humidity in the lungs helps to protect the lining of the lung and keep secretions thin.
We offer an extensive range of tracheal humidifier products from leading manufacturers like Teleflex, Covidien, Cardinal Health, Kimberly-Clark and more. Choose from the wide range of HMEs (Heat and Moisture Exchanger), tracheostomy vent and HME starter kits.

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