Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC)

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Mallinckrodt Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC)
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Mallinckrodt Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC)

  • Individually sterilized packaging for safety
  • Integral snap-lock connector

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Mallinckrodt Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC)

Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC)

The Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC) with integral snap-lock connector; individually sterilized packaging for patient protection. For use with DCT, DFEN, DPRV, DCFS, PERC and DCFN tubes.

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Mallinckrodt Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC)

6DIC - Disposable Inner Cannula (DIC) - Box of 10 - $54.58

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Customers buy these products with the Cardinal Health Cardinal (Invacare) Soft Sponge Fenestrated - Sterile

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should you clean a disosable inner cannula and reuse it
Asked on Mar 16, 2012 10:19:02 AM by Ben from ny
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My trach Tube fell out taking a shower on the 4th of July. Went to the ER because no matter what I did I couldn't get it back in. So they Put one in with a disposable inner cannula and what a bloody mess they made trying to jam it back in. Any how it was bloody all the time so I cleaned it with hydrogen peroxide and saline 50 50. Because my doctors in Miami. And I had a month to my next appointment. So when I went and I told him he just said ok. So it didn't sound like it was any big deal. Just keep it clean. I didn't get toxic shock syndrome. So You should live.
Answered on Aug 27, 2015 8:03:44 PM by Brian from Orange City FL
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Part Number(s): 730 1896

Mfg Part Number(s): 6DIC

Scrip Part Number(s): 730 1896