These soft, flexible tubes are ideal for patients with special needs and low secretion levels. The low-pressure cuff provides a gentle and effective seal to reduce the risk of tracheal damage.([FOOTNOTE=Paegle RD, Bernhard WN. Squamous metaplasia of tracheal epithelium associated with high-volume, low pressure airway cuffs. Anesth Analg. 1975 May-Jun;54(3):340-344.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
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|Order Code||Description||I.D.||O.D.||Length||Unit of Measure||Quantity|
|5SCT||Shiley™ Inner Cannula Tracheostomy Tubes, Cuffed||5.0 mm||7.0 mm||58 mm||Box||1|
|6SCT||Shiley™ Inner Cannula Tracheostomy Tubes, Cuffed||6.0 mm||8.3 mm||67 mm||Box||1|
|7SCT||Shiley™ Inner Cannula Tracheostomy Tubes, Cuffed||7.0 mm||9.6 mm||80 mm||Box||1|
|8SCT||Shiley™ Inner Cannula Tracheostomy Tubes, Cuffed||8.0 mm||10.9 mm||89 mm||Box||1|
|9SCT||Shiley™ Inner Cannula Tracheostomy Tubes, Cuffed||9.0 mm||12.1 mm||99 mm||Box||1|
|10SCT||Shiley™ Inner Cannula Tracheostomy Tubes, Cuffed||10.0 mm||13.3 mm||105 mm||Box||1|