Shiley Pediatric Tracheostomy Tube
Shiley Pediatric Tracheostomy Tube

Shiley Pediatric Tracheostomy Tube

Brand/Manufacturer: COVIDIEN/MEDTRONIC
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Shiley Tracheostomy Tube has a simple and smart design advances to improve the healthcare experience for both patients and clinicians. It has a recessed area behind the connector and soft flange material to provide greater comfort and fit for pediatric patients. Shiley tracheostomy tube  helps bypass upper airway obstructions, provides long term ventilation, supports and manage tracheal or bronchial secretions. This pediatric tube comes with smooth, rounded-tip obturator to facilitate insertion.

Why to buy Shiley Pediatric Tracheostomy Tube?

  • Non-DEHP material
  • Low-profile, low-pressure cuff
  • Soft, clear neck flange
  • Child-safe pilot balloon

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
30PED Size 3, Length: 39mm, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
35PED Size 3.5, Length: 40mm, Cuffless Each $6.26
$100.21
$62.63
40PED Size 4, Length: 41mm, Cuffless Each $6.09
$97.42
$60.89
45PED Size 4.5, Length: 42mm, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
50PED Size 5, Length: 44mm, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
55PED Size 5.5, Length: 46mm, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
50PDL Size 5, Length: 50mm, Long, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
55PDL Size 5.5, Length: 52mm, Long, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
60PDL Size 6, Length: 54mm, Long, Cuffless Each $5.40
$88.55
$53.99
65PDL Size 6.5, Length: 56mm, Long, Cuffless Each $5.40
$85.95
$53.99
40PDC Size 4, Length: 41mm, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99
45PDC Size 4.5, Length: 42mm, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99
50PDC Size 5, Length: 44mm, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99
55PDC Size 5.5, Length: 46mm, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99
50PLC Size 5, Length: 50mm, Long, Cuffed Each $7.66
$122.62
$76.64
55PLC Size 5.5, Length: 52mm, Long, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99
60PLC Size 6, Length: 54mm, Long, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99
65PLC Size 6.5, Length: 56mm, Long, Cuffed Each $6.80
$120.55
$67.99

Pediatric Tracheostomy Tube Features

  • Includes plastic housing around the tip of the inflation lumen that prevents the ability of placing the inflation lumen into the 15 mm connector of the tracheostomy tube, which could obstruct airflow 
  • Shiley Tube comes with its own obturator
  • Cuffed tube has gentle cylindrical cuffs for most pediatric sizes 
  • Long Pediatric Tracheostomy Tube offers a longer cannula
  • Comfort recess on the bottom of the connector to help reduce inferior stoma irritation 
  • Transparent soft flange for visualization of skin below
  • Shiley tracheostomy solutions meet the latest safety standard, offering tubes that are manufactured with a non-DEHP plasticizer material
  • Include a comfort recess designed to help reduce pressure on the patient’s skin
  • Shiley tube's transparent flange allows for enhanced visualization of the underlying skin and stoma site
  • Manufactured with varying flange angles to help provide a better fit for infants and children as they grow

Specification

SizeInner DiameterOuter DiameterLengthCuffed/Cuffless
33mm4.5mm39mmCuffless
3.53.5mm5.2mm40mmCuffless
44mm5.9mm41mmCuffless
4.54.5mm6.5mm42mmCuffless
55mm7.1mm44mmCuffless
5.55.5mm7.7mm46mmCuffless
55mm7.1mm50mm LongCuffless
5.55.5mm7.7mm52mm LongCuffless
66mm8.3mm54mm LongCuffless
6.56.5mm9mm56mm LongCuffless
4mm5.9mm41mmCuffed
4.54.5mm6.5mm42mmCuffed
55mm7.1mm44mmCuffed
5.55.5mm7.7mm46mmCuffed
55mm7.1mm50mm LongCuffed
5.55.5mm7.7mm52mm LongCuffed
66mm8.3mm54mm LongCuffed
6.56.5mm9mm56mm LongCuffed

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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Why do you need the inner cannula with a tracheostomy?
Mattie - 9/18/2014 12:57:52 AM
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Inner cannula is very important for patients especially when they have a lot of secretions. First of all, it is easier to pull the inner cannula out and clean it to maintain hygiene of the airway. Secondly, if patients develop a mucus plug, you can pull the inner cannula out and have the outer cannula serve as the airway. You can then either place a new inner cannula or clean the plug out of the old one and reuse it depending on whether the tube is disposable or not. Maintaining hygiene and management of emergent cannula blockages can become difficult if you do not have the inner cannula as changing the whole tracheostomy tube is more work and often uncomfortable for the patients.
Customer Care - 9/19/2014 12:28:27 AM
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