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Apex Laboratories Limited

Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Anesthesia Equipments

Leading Manufacturer of Endotracheal Tubes, Eco Endotracheal Tubes, Aero Vent CHC and Mechanical Ventilator Holding Chamber from Chennai.

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Apex endotracheal tubes are prepared with soft medical grade pvc and are well designed for effective tracheal intubation procedures. Cuffed versions are made with custom “thin wall low pressure” cuffs, which ensure that the lungs are safe from aspiration, while minimizing patient discomfort. They are prepared under strict quality parameters to ensure patient safety and comfort. They are supplied pre-sterilised using eo gas.
Apex endotracheal tubes are available in a wide variety of sizes and types to suit the needs of all patients.

Apex endotracheal tubes have application in:
  • In general anesthesia.
  • In airway management for patients who are unable to protect their airways.
  • In diagnostic manipulations of the airways.
  • In intensive care medicine for patients who require respiratory support.

Apex endotracheal tubes are available in a variety of types and sizes to meet with all requirements:

  • Standard Cuffed (For Adult and Small Adult needs) Sizes 5.0mm to 9.5mm
  • Standard Plain (Pediatric and Small Adult needs) Sizes 2.5mm to 6.5mm

Precautions:

  • Using aseptic technique, test the cuff by fully inflating it and noting that it does not leak.
  • Prior to intubation, deflate the cuff completely. During intubation care must be taken to prevent damage to the cuff.
  • Using aseptic technique, intubate the patient under direct laryngoscopy using aseptic technique.
  • After intubation, inflate the cuff using the minimum volume of air required to provide an effective seal.
  • NOTE: When inflating the cuff, little resistance to inflation will be felt, therefore, an adequate seal cannot be determined by feel. The use minimal occlusion technique is recommended.
  • Immediately after cuff inflation, auscultate both lung fields. If breath sounds are diminished over one lung field or absent over one or both fields, adjust the tube as required.
  • Endotracheal tube placement should be confirmed by viewing the position of the tube tip with a chest radiograph.

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Eco Endotracheal Tubes
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Apex eco endotracheal tubes are prepared with soft medical grade pvc and are well designed for effective tracheal intubation procedures. Cuffed versions are made with custom “thin wall low pressure” cuffs, which ensure that the lungs are safe from aspiration, while minimizing patient discomfort. They are prepared under strict quality parameters to ensure patient safety and comfort. They are supplied pre-sterilised using eo gas. Apex eco endotracheal tubes are available in a wide variety of sizes and types to suit the needs of all patients.
Apex eco endotracheal tubes have application in:
  • In general anesthesia.
  • In airway management for patients who are unable to protect their airways.
  • In diagnostic manipulations of the airways.
  • In intensive care medicine for patients who require respiratory support.
  • In emergency medicine, particularly for cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Apex eco endotracheal tubes are available in a variety of types and sizes to meet with all requirements:

  • Standard Cuffed (For Adult and Small Adult needs) Sizes 5.0mm to 9.5mm
  • Standard Plain (Pediatric and Small Adult needs) Sizes 2.5mm to 6.5mm

Precautions:

  • Using aseptic technique, test the cuff by fully inflating it and noting that it does not leak.
  • Prior to intubation, deflate the cuff completely. During intubation care must be taken to prevent damage to the cuff.
  • Using aseptic technique, intubate the patient under direct laryngoscopy using aseptic technique.
  • After intubation, inflate the cuff using the minimum volume of air required to provide an effective seal.
  • NOTE: When inflating the cuff, little resistance to inflation will be felt, therefore, an adequate seal cannot be determined by feel. The use minimal occlusion technique is recommended.
  • Immediately after cuff inflation, auscultate both lung fields. If breath sounds are diminished over one lung field or absent over one or both fields, adjust the tube as required.
  • Endotracheal tube placement should be confirmed by viewing the position of the tube tip with a chest radiograph.

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An important advancement in holding chamber for mechanical ventilators.!!!
Aerovent chc is a collapsible holding chamber for ventilator circuits, whereby doctors can provide aerosolisation from mdi (metered dose inhalers) through the ventilator circuits, and without breaking the circuit. Further, when not in use, the aerovent chc can be closed to become partof the ventilator circuit, thereby minimizing the dead space in the patient’s circuit.
It is proved by several clinical trials that use of holding chambers with an mdi delivers greater percentage of aerosol drugs to targeted sites/lungs.

Aerovent chc is an effective solution for aerosol delivery with an mdi and has applications in:
Icu emergency medicine ventilated patients casualty

Main Features

  • Optimized drug delivery
  • Proven standard for the delivery of aerosol medications to mechanically ventilated patients without breaking the circuit.
  • Simplifies the method of administering
  • Design Diversity
  • User Friendly
  • Clinically proven

 

An Important Advancement in Holding Chamber for Mechanical Ventilators.!!!

AeroVent CHC is a Collapsible holding chamber for ventilator circuits, whereby Doctors can provide aerosolisation from MDI (Metered Dose Inhalers) through the ventilator circuits, and without breaking the circuit. Further, when not in use, the AeroVent CHC can be closed to become partof the Ventilator circuit, thereby minimizing the dead space in the patient’s circuit.

It is proved by several clinical trials that use of Holding chambers with an MDI delivers greater percentage of aerosol drugs to targeted sites/lungs.

AeroVent CHC is an Effective solution for Aerosol Delivery with an MDI and has applications in:

 

Main features

  • Optimized drug delivery
  • Proven standard for the delivery of aerosol medications to mechanically ventilated patients without breaking the circuit.
  • Simplifies the method of administering
  • Design Diversity
  • User Friendly
  • Clinically proven

AeroVent CHC*(MVHC) Technological innovation... First time in India!

Features & Benefits

Proven standard

The AeroVent CHC is a proven standard for the delivery of aerosol medications to mechanically ventilated patients without breaking the circuit. Marik et al concluded in a study using the AeroVent® CHC and albuterol that 38% of the dose was delivered with AeroVent* CHC vs. 9% with a typical right-angle adapter. They further stated that right-angle adapter ports should not be used to deliver bronchodilators to ventilated patients A study conducted by Coleman et al concluded that spacers with MDIs were twice as efficient in delivering the percentage of starting dose than nebulizers. These results have been reproduced in several studies.

Simplifies the method of administering

The simplicity of the system results in less time and costs vs. standard nebulizer systems for patients of all ages.

Design Diversity

Easy and quick aerosol drug delivery No need to break the ventilator circuit during continuous mechanical ventilation. This is very helpful in the case of patients where the circuit should not be broken in-between medication When not in use, the AeroVent CHC can be closed to become part of the Ventilator circuit, thereby minimizing the dead space in the patient’s circuit

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Mechanical Ventilator Holding Chamber
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N important advancement in holding chamber for mechanical ventilators
Aerochamber mvhc is a holding chamber for ventilator circuits, whereby doctors can provide aerosolisation from mdi (metered dose inhalers) through the ventilator circuits. It is proved by several clinical trials that use of holding chambers with an mdi delivers greater percentage of aerosol drugs to targeted sites/lungs.Aerochamber mvhc is an effective solution for aerosol delivery with an mdi and has applications in: Icu emergency medicine ventilated patients casualty.

Main Features:

  • Optimized drug delivery
  • Proven standard
  • Simplifies the method of administering
  • Design Diversity
  • User Friendly
  • Clinically proven

Proven standard:

  • The AeroChamber MVHC is a proven standard for the delivery of aerosol medications to mechanically ventilated patients. Using a pediatric ventilator circuit and an HFA Salbutamol, determined that the AeroChamber MVHC delivered 27.2% of the emitted dose vs. 5.4% for the non-chamber device

Simplifies the method of administering:

  • The simplicity of the system results in less time and costs vs. standard nebulizer systems for patients of all ages.

Design Diversity:

  • Designed for use with patients on mechanical ventilation via resuscitation bag or ventilator circuit through a tracheal or endo-tracheal tube.
  • Connector allows for easy attachment to either an endotracheal or tracheostomy tube
  • It can be used in the inspiratory limb of a circuit or connected directly to the Endo-Tracheal tube

User Friendly:

  • See through chamber facilitates visualization of the aerosol spray and ensure proper usage of medicine.

References

  • "Delivery of Micronized Budesonide Suspension by Metered Dose Inhaler and Jet Nebulizer into a Neonatal Ventilator Circuit" S. Arnon et al; Pediatric Pulmonology 13: 172-175 (1992)
  • "Delivery of Therapeutic Aerosols to Intubated Babies" J. Grigg et al; Arch Dis. Child. 1992; 67:25-30
  • "Metered Dose Inhaler Aerosol Characteristics Are Affected by the Endotracheal Tube Actuator/Adapter Used" M.J. Bishop et al, Anesthesiology, December 1990, Vol. 73, No. 6: 1263-1265
  • "Dose-Related Bronchodilator Response to Aerosolized Salbutamol (Albuterol) in Ventilator-Dependent Premature Infants" A. Denjean et al, Journal of Pediatrics, Vol. 120, No. 6, pp. 974-979,June 1992
  • "Pressurized Aerosol vs. Jet Aerosol Delivery to Mechanically Ventilated Patients: Comparison of Dose To The Lungs" H.D. Fuller et al, Am. Rev. Respir. Dis. 1990; 141: 440-444
  • "Aerosol Delivery During Mechanical Ventilation: A Predictive In-Vitro Lung Model" H.D. Fuller et al, J. Aerosol Med. Vol. 5, No. 4, 1992, p. 251-259

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