*When compared with Airvo tube 900PT501 in internal F&P testing
We’ve all seen it happen before. When warm, humid gas touches anything even a fraction of a degree colder than itself (i.e. dew point), it cools and generates condensate. We see it often in conventional breathing tubes made of thin, dense plastic: their surfaces are easily cooled by the outside air, resulting in unpleasant “rain-out”.
The AirSpiral heated breathing tube for Airvo 2 utilizes an advanced two-spiral design to help
protect against condensate.
The heating spiral contains heater wire to warm the breathing gas inside the tube. The insulating spiral uses a bubble of warmed air around the breathing gas to shield it from the outside environment. Like a double-paned window, the inside and outside surfaces of the tube are physically separated, to reduce cooling and helps maximize the level of humidity remaining in the gas all the way to the patient.
The molded clip attaches to clothes or bedding to allow positioning of the
tube during use.
No external probes, cables or adaptors required.
Molded grips at both ends of the tube assist connection and disconnection.
A nasal cannula designed with patient comfort and clinician confidence in mind.
Next generation care for our smallest Airvo customers.
An interface designed to deliver optimally humidified gas directly into the tracheostomy.
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