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  1. Cot SURGICAL SUCTION • Sep-T-Vac Collection systems • Yankauers • Connecting tubes • Suction Catheters • Devon

  2. Surgical SuctionObjectives • Operating Room: To remove biological fluids and clean the operating field during and after surgical procedures and after • Generic Wards: To continue to drain and monitor liquids after surgical procedure and generally to collect biological fluids

  3. Surgical SuctionWhat you need • Vacuum source • Connecting tubes (from wall collection systems and from collection systems to the cannula • Collection systems (Sep-T-Vac) • Suction Cannulas (Yankauers)

  4. Surgical suctionOperating room Sterile Area Non Sterile Area Suction source Yankauer Pre-cutted tube Operating table Bubble tube Collection Chamber

  5. Sep-T-VacTyco Product Range • Product range • 100% Disposable 0,8 l/1,2 l/2.0 l/3,0 l • Liners 1,2 l/2,0 l/ 3,0 l

  6. Sep-T-VacMain Features • Collection chamber • Airtight cap: Connections for yankauers and suction source • Filter

  7. Sep-T-Vac Collection chamber

  8. Sep-T-Vac Cap

  9. Sep-T-VacFilter • Sep-T-Vac filter: • Gore Tex Hydrophobic shut-off filter. Gore Tex is moisture sensitive and it automatically stops aspiration when collected liquid is at the top of the chamber. • It is not a mechanical system an it prevents also micro-particles and aerosol leakages

  10. Sep-T-Vac Overall Features and Benefits

  11. Sep-T-Vac 100% DisposableFeatures and Benefits

  12. Sep-T-Vac LinersFeatures and Benefits

  13. Sep-T-Vac Accessories

  14. YankauersTyco Product Range • Semirigid Yankauers • Rigid Yankauers • Yankauers Poole • Yankauers Select Trol • Yankauer set

  15. Surgical suctionYankauers: Product range Yankauer Select Trol Rigid yankauers Poole set Flexible yankauer

  16. YankauersMain Features • Tip: different shapes and distal hole section to better fit customers needs • Fine: Accurate aspirations with low quantity of fluids (mini-invasive surgical procedures. ie: neurosurgery and oftalmic) • Regular: General surgery • Large: High suction volume (to use after washing procedures and with high volume to drain)

  17. YankauersMain Features • Extra Large: to suction high volume of fluids, blood clots, bony fragments in short time • Sump tip: to avoid the bony fragments and organic residuals suction (preferred in orthopaedic surgery) • Bulbe tip:it is used as dissector and retractor instrument • Flat tip:indicated for suctioning in difficult manoeuvrability situations and to suction in short places

  18. Semirigid YankauersFeatures and Benefits

  19. Rigid YankauersFeatures and Benefits

  20. Yankauer PooleFeatures and Benefits

  21. Select Trol YankauersFeatures and Benefits

  22. COMPETITOR ANALYSIS

  23. Connecting tubes Tyco Product Range Argyle conn. tube Sure Grip

  24. Connecting tubes with Sure gripFeatures and Benefits

  25. Universal bubble tubing Features and Benefits

  26. COMPETITOR ANALYSIS

  27. Bronchial SuctioningAnathomy

  28. Bronchial SuctioningObjectives • To suction mucus from the bronchi and trachea (to guarantee the correct lung ventilation and “blood oxygenation” vs nosocomial infections and atelectasia)

  29. Bronchial SuctioningWhat you need • Vacuum source • Connecting tubes • Suction catheters • Mucus trap

  30. SuctioningType of….. • Naso-Tracheal suctioning • Endo-Tracheal suctioning • Tracheostomy suctioning

  31. SuctioningRisks • Damage of nasal, oral, tracheal, pharinx and bronchial tissue • Bleeding • Infections

  32. Suction cathetersMain features • Tip: It is related to the efficiency in aspiration (speed and suctioning capacity of viscous mucus) and tissue damage • Connector to vaccum • With Touch Trol or Funnel or Sure Grip

  33. Suction catheters • Type of suction catheter systems: • Opened systems • Through nose/mouth • Through endotracheal tube • Through tracheostomy • Closed systems • Prevention of pulmonary infections

  34. Suction catheters Opened systems Suctioning through a tracheostomy

  35. Suction cathetersTyco Product Range • Commodities products: Touch Trol Scotsman Sure Grip • High quality and exclusive products: Aero-Flo Gentle Flo

  36. Suction cathetersOverall Features and Benefits

  37. Moulded Funnel Features and Benefits

  38. Aero FloFeatures and Benefits

  39. Exclusive Aero JetFeatures and Benefits

  40. Suction Catheters Closed systems

  41. Prevent Nosocomial Infection

  42. Prevent Nosocomial Infections  sources of infection endogene germs patien-own germs exogene germs direct contact (hands of staff) indirect contact (equipment, med. products, air)  because of these reasons there are no hospitals without nosocomial infections !

  43. Prevent Nosocomial Infections most important reasons for nosocomial infections • spreading of resistent pathogenes • increasing disposition of the patients • increasing exposition to bacteria with burst of the body defense • ignoring of the hygiene measures • non correct use of the products • rising average age of our patients

  44. Prevent Nosocomial InfectionsMain NI • Airway infections (30%) • Urinary tract infections (30%) • Surgical wound infections (15%) • Blood infections (5%) Gastrointestinal infections (5%) Others (15%) *chart of Italian Society on prevention of Infections

  45. Prevent Nosocomial Infections prevention of nosocomial respiratory infections stationary treated patients / p.a.: ca. 16.000.000 nosocomial infections / p.a.: ca. 1.000.000 number of deadly nosocomial infections:ca. 30.000 - 40.000 number of road casualties: ca. 12.500 annually more people die of nosocomial infections than on our roads! *chart of Prof. Klaus Dieter Zastrow (BGA Berlin)

  46. Prevent Nosocomial Infections • Infections to the respiratory tree are the first for patient mortality with 47% • To prevent respiratory infections it is really important to correctly manage medical devises

  47. Prevent Nosocomial InfectionsCosts of NI • UTI: from 200 to 1,000 US $ • Wound infection: from 2,000 to 4,000 US $ • Airway infection: from 1,200 to 8,000 US $ • Blood infections: from 2,500 to 27,000 US $ Italian Society studies on Nosocomial Infection (European panel)

  48. Mucus trapsObjectives • Objective: to collect mucus for clinical analysis Specimen Trap for broncoscopy use De lee/Lukens for neonatal use

  49. Mucus trapOverall Features and Benefits