Tube, tracheotomy, with cuff

last updated : 2018/12/31
Code Description Budget Price Ship. weight Ship. vol.
TUBE, TRACHEOTOMY, No 06, with cuff, sterile, disposable CH 3,13 0,046kg 0,81L Add
Controlled Temp : Storage +15 to +25°C
TUBE, TRACHEOTOMY, No 07, with cuff, sterile, disposable CH 2,87 0,056kg 0,832L Add
Controlled Temp : Storage +15 to +25°C
TUBE, TRACHEOTOMY, No 08, with cuff, sterile, disposable CH 3,12 0,037kg 0,345L Add
Controlled Temp : Storage +15 to +25°C
TUBE, TRACHEOTOMY, No 09, with cuff, sterile, disposable CH 2,62 0,039kg 0,345L Add
Controlled Temp : Storage +15 to +25°C
TUBE, TRACHEOTOMY, No 10, with cuff, sterile, disposable CH 3,16 0kg 0 Add
TRACHEOSTOMY SET, MINI, tube diam. 4.0, disposable, sterile on request 0kg 0 Add

General information

For insertion into the trachea via an incision in the neck (tracheotomy), in order to maintain a clear airway and to shorten airway "dead space".



Tracheal tube:


Cuff and balloon: low pressure.


External pilot balloon and pressure cuff indicator.


Connector, standard size (external Ø 15mm).


Fixation flange.


Neck tape and band


Tracheotomy tube: siliconized polyurethane or polyvinyl chloride (PVC).


Neck tape and adjustable elastic band.


Tracheostomy tube made of thermo-sensitive PVC; provides sufficient rigidity for initial insertion, and then softens at body temperature to accommodate patient’s anatomy.


The tracheotomy tubes are standardized in terms of dimensions.


Tracheal tube.


Tube: angled +/- 90°, with open atraumatic end.


Tracheal cuff  and balloon: located near the distal end:

- Prevents air leakage and stomach aspiration.


- Profile (high volume, low pressure) cuff. The cuff dynamically adjusts the pressure and points of contact during the breathing cycle, minimizing the potential for tracheal trauma.


- Connector: tube proximal end with standard connection (external Ø 15mm)


- Fixation flange: with all tube size indications.


- External pilot balloon: indicates cuff’s inflation status and is connected to a shut-off valve/ non-return valve to maintain the requested pressure in the trachea; connection for syringe: Luer tip.


- Built in X-ray radio-opaque line to confirm the tube’s position.


Attachment system: adjustable collar (cotton).


No inner cannula.


Tube size: Nr 6, length 64mm, ID 6.5mm, OD 8.7mm, cuff Ø 19mm


Tube size: Nr 7, length 70mm; ID 7.5mm, OD 10mm, cuff Ø 21mm


Tube size: Nr 8, length 81mm; ID 8.5mm, OD 11.3mm, cuff Ø 28mm


Tube size: Nr 9, length 87mm; ID 9.5mm, OD 12.7mm, cuff Ø 28mm


Individual sterilized peel packs made of paper and/or plastic.

Unit presentation:

1 tube, sterile packed in a hard peel-pack container, single-use.


Unit presentation: packed in a hard peel-pack container.

Labelling should mention: Manufacturer’s name and/or trademark, "sterile", batch/lot number, expiry date by year and month, "for single use", CE mark and reference number of notifying body, and product reference number and description. Must be multilingual: English, French and Spanish, others when available.

Secondary packaging:

Protected unit, one (1) box with 5- or 10-unit presentation, labelling is the same as that of primary packaging.


Additional required information: Number of units per secondary packaging, information for product-specific storage conditions (e.g., temperature, pressure, light, humidity, etc.), and user instruction leaflet. Must be multilingual: English, French and Spanish, others when available.

Outer packaging:

Packaging unit strong carton.

Quality requirements:

Must comply with Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC, risk class IIa  requirement.


Meets norm EN 1282-1:  Anaesthetic and Respiratory Equipment


Tracheostomy Tubes Part 1: Tubes for Use in Adults


EN ISO 5366-1:2004 Anaesthetic and respiratory equipment.


Tracheostomy tubes. Tubes and connectors for use in adults