Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters

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Features

Cardinal Respiratory Care Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters

  • Less traumatic
  • Designed for better suction
  • Infant and Pediatric Sizes
  • Coiled, includes control valve
  • Depth Markings for Proper Placement
  • Available Sizes 5/6, 8, 10 and 14 Fr

Product Overview

Cardinal Respiratory Care Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters

Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters with Control Port


Our Tri-Flo® suction catheter design was created to be less traumatic to your patients while still providing high suctioning efficiency. Our infant and pediatric catheters (5/6, 8 or 10 Fr) feature depth markings to help facilitate proper catheter placement.


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Cardinal Respiratory Care Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters

T60C - 14 Fr - Each - $0.97

T61C - 10 Fr with depth markings - Each - $1.01

T64C - 8 Fr with depth markings - Each - $1.01

T60C - 14 Fr - Case of 50 - $20.05 ($0.40 per unit)

T64C - 8 Fr with depth markings - Case of 50 - $21.86 ($0.44 per unit)

T61C - 10 Fr with depth markings - Case of 50 - $26.41 ($0.53 per unit)



Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters Reviews Summary

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7 out of 8 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Good Value (4)
Easy To Use (3)
Lightweight (2)
Effective (2)
Just like the ones used (1)
Top Best Uses

Daily Use (4)
1-5 of 8 reviews
Depth marks on 14fr?

Pros:
Good Value. Lightweight. Effective.
Cons:
no depth markings.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. trach care.
Describe Yourself:
Brand Buyer. Budget Buyer.

The TriFlo ones we get from oxygen company (only 100 a month) do have markings on them which makes it easier for my brother to suction himself since he can't eye the catheter as it goes in. I have done it so often I can now gauge the depth but in the past I have gone beyond his trach and caused bleeding. Not sure why the 14r ones sold here don't have markings when all the other sizes do. I should have been more careful in my reading but needed more in a hurry.

by from Boston, MA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
I was pleasantly surprised

Pros:
Lightweight.
Best Uses:
Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Brand Buyer.

I was stuck.. Medicare only allows me 90 catheters a month. That sounds like a lot but I have a tracheostomy and had bronchitis so I went through them all. I was so happy to find you and the quick delivery was worth the extra cost.

by from Chicopee, MA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
good

Pros:
Lightweight. Good Value. Effective. Easy To Use.

Thanks for the very prompt response to my order.

by from st louis
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best Price, Best Product Available

Pros:
Lightweight. Good Value. Effective. Easy To Use. Resusitation of Puppies. Resuscitate Puppies.
Describe Yourself:
Brand Buyer. Budget Buyer.

I use these to resuscitate new born puppies. I cut off the end, using the #10 french and these are great for cleaning the nose and mouth.

by from Ocala, FL
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I would buy this product again and again

Pros:
Easy To Use. Effective. Good Value. Lightweight. Just like the ones used . in the hospital.
Best Uses:
Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Budget Buyer.

My aunt of 86 years old was hospitalized Jan 10th with double pneumonia and was being suctioned up to 4 times a day due to the fluid build up in her lungs. She was sent home Feb 15, 2012 with antibiotitics, a prayer, and about a week to live. Using the Tri-Flo Single Suction Catheters to keep her lungs clear has been life saver and she is still here as of March 27, 2012 and her health is improving daily because of our ability to help to keep her lungs clear.

by from Augusta, Ga
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 8 reviews
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Part Number(s): 095 6193, 776 5084 07, 776 5084 01, 776 5084 03, 776 5158, 776 1131

Mfg Part Number(s): T60C, T61C, T64C

Scrip Part Number(s): 776 5084 03, 776 5084 01, 776 5084 07, 095 6193, 776 1131, 776 5158