■ Accurate solution for measuring cuff pressure
■ Compact and intuitive syringe-like design
■ Designed and manufactured for 100 measurements
One of the most crucial mistakes related to intubation is overinflating the cuff. It is of high importance to measure the pressure of the cuff regularly.
Always avoid excessive pressure in the cuff, as this will occlude the blood supply to the tracheal mucosa and potentially cause tissue necrosis. Aim for a cuff pressure between 20-25 cmH2O.
KRUUSE compact and intuitive AG Cuffill is an excellent tool for measuring cuff pressure and controlling the volume of air in the cuff of the ET Tube, allowing you to ensure that the pressure does not exceed 25 cmH2O.
Its pocket-size and syringe-like design allows a simple and easy operation by vets, nurses and technicians. The operation of the device is the closest to the existing common practice, i.e., filling the cuff with a syringe.
The Cuffill is designed and manufactured for 100 measurements and should be discarded when not usable.