Tracheal T-Tube XL
This T-tube has a thinner cephalic branch that facilitates its location in the proximal trachea, in the subglottis and, if preferred, through the vocal cords.
The external branch of the “T” tracheal tubes prevents displacement and allows aspiration of bronchial secretions.
- Distal, precarinal and tracheal injuries
- Tracheal stenosis
- Subglottic stenosis
- Laryngotracheal stenosis
- After a tracheal resection and a termino-terminal anastomosis
- Tracheal reconstruction
- Larynx or trachea trauma
- Conventional tracheal cannula substitution