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Detectors, Esophageal Intubation

Definition : Detectors designed to determine when a tracheal tube has been incorrectly placed in the esophagus (i.e., esophageal intubation) during tracheal intubation. These detectors typically consist of devices that either detect exhaled carbon dioxide or apply a vacuum through a small-caliber tracheal tube inserted into the main tracheal tube used for intubation. Esophageal intubation detectors are used in healthcare facilities and in the field to detect esophageal intubation, which prevents patient ventilation and may be fatal if not discovered in time.

Entry Terms : "Esophageal Intubation Detection Accessories" , "Esophageal Intubation Detectors" , "Esophageal Intubation Detection Devices"

UMDC code : 18099

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PennCare Inc

Company Type: Parent

On March 17, 1987, Penn Care, Inc. opened its first full-line facility in Warren, Ohio. While there, six employees turned out a complete line of emergency medical products and vehicles

PerSys Medical Co

Company Type: Parent

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