CRASH CART (RESUSCITATAION CART

There is a resuscitation or ‘crash’ cart available on every unit and in all clinic and diagnostic areas. Unit resuscitation drug boxes are locked at all times to assure their supplies and... Read more »

TRACHEOSTOMY SUCTIONING PROCEDURE

A tracheostomy is a surgical opening into the trachea below the larynx through which an indwelling tube is placed to overcome upper airway obstruction, facilitate mechanical ventilator support and/or the removal of... Read more »

SUCTION PROCEDURE

Suctioning is a method of removing mucous from the lungs. People with a spinal cord and/or brain injury may have problems breathing due to congestion. The muscles that help with breathing and... Read more »

CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE MONITORING

Central venous pressure is considered a direct measurement of the blood pressure in the right atrium and vena cava. It is acquired by threading a central venous catheter (subclavian double lumen central... Read more »

PLUM IV PUMP

Completely Reconditioned with One Year Parts & Labor Warranty Integral set-based, free-flow protection cassette technology reduces risk of inadvertent drug delivery Dimensions: Approx. 8″ H x 8″ W x 6″ D (excluding... Read more »

INFUSION PUMP

An infusion pump is a medical device that delivers fluids, such as nutrients and medications, into a patient’s body in controlled amounts. Infusion pumps are in widespread use in clinical settings such... Read more »

LARYNGOSCOPE

For surgeries that require general anesthesia, anesthesiologists often need to insert a plastic tube into a patient’s trachea (wind pipe) to maintain an open airway and assist breathing. To do this they... Read more »

INTUBATION PROCEDURE

Intubation is the process of inserting a tube, called an endotracheal tube (ET), through the mouth and then into the airway. This is done so that a patient can be placed on... Read more »

MECHANICAL VENTILATOR

Mechanical ventilation can be defined as the technique through which gas is moved toward and from the lungs through an external device connected directly to the patient. The clinical objectives of mechanical... Read more »

OXYGEN BY NASAL TUBE

Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, often need supplemental oxygen therapy which is typically delivered through a tube with two open prongs that sit under your nose, known as a... Read more »