Bivona TTS Tracheostomy Tubes - Adult-
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- Can be partially or completely inflated
- Most versatile tracheostomy tube available
- TTS (tight-to-shaft) cuff design
Bivona Adult TTS Tracheostomy Tubes
This Bivona TTS Tracheostomy Tube is of particular benefit for patients requiring cuff inflation for managed, controlled leaks, protection from potential aspiration during feeding, or for short periods of total tracheal seal. When the all silicone cuff is totally deflated it adds no distinguishable dimension to the outer diameter of the tube's shaft, yet it can be partially or completely inflated for varied airway management needs.
TTS is the most versatile tracheostomy tube available.
Packaged individually sterile with obturator, twill trach tie, 15mm disconnect wedge and cap plug.
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ive a trackie in for life its a genic condition vocal cords paralysis ive has a tracoe in but ive so discomfort so the hospital put in a bivona size 7 but it was hard to talk i had to take a big breath to talk will it get easier to talk and do i need to change it weekly
Asked on Jan 13, 2013 7:06:52 AM by babs from belfast northern ireland
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I have a trach too , use portex 8 uncuffed, use a passy-muir valve to talk on the phone and for long periods, sometimes I cough if I use it too long. Most dont. ask a respiratory therapist at yout hospital or a speech therapist. they should have some for you to try
Answered on Jul 14, 2013 2:30:52 PM by mackmm from Las Vegas
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Part Number(s): 730 1456
Mfg Part Number(s): 670180
Scrip Part Number(s): 730 1456
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