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a thin flexible tube inserted into the body to permit introduction or withdrawal of fluids or to keep the passageway open

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More so, studies have shown that transtracheal catheter for LTOT is more effective and safe alternative to conventional oxygen delivery devices provided a stringent patient selection is done with expert and competent physicians.[30]
Since that time tens of thousands of patients have had transtracheal catheters inserted for a wide variety of disease states or conditions.
The transtracheal catheter was removed after the initiation of mechanical ventilation.
In this respect use of the transtracheal catheter was a positive influence.
Instrumentation Industries, Inc.'s Manual Jet Ventilator and Transtracheal Catheter may be the emergency intervention of choice for the patient with facial trauma, partial airway obstruction, upper airway bleeding, or otherwise difficult airway access and management.
The company's line of core products for the past 15 years has been the SCOOP product line of transtracheal catheters. More than 150 references in the medical literature testify to the superior clinical benefits of SCOOP catheters over nasal prongs.
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