The patented family of FilterLine® etCO2 sampling lines is designed for use with Microstream™-enabled capnography monitors and can be used on both intubated and non-intubated patients.
FilterLine® non-intubated sampling lines feature oral and nasal sampling as well as an innovative supplemental oxygen delivery system. One size fits adolescents through adults, and all FilterLine® non-intubated sampling lines can be used with bi-level ventilation and CPAP. For some types of non-intubated sampling lines, pediatric products are also available.
The open mask system OxyMask™* EtCO2 with Microstream™ connector is engineered to deliver a wide range of O2 levels and help keep patients safe. Simply increase or decrease oxygen meter flow from 1 liter per minute (Ipm) up to flush (>15 Ipm) to deliver 24-65 percent FiO2 to help maintain the desired SpO2 measurement.
OxyMask™* EtCO2 with Microstream™ connector offers:
Improved sampling accuracy can mean a reduction in false “no breath” and low respiration rate alarms. Omnistream™ non-intubated sampling lines are engineered with innovative Uni-junction™ technology to capture quality etCO2 samples from either the nares or the mouth, while delivering supplemental oxygen. The Oral Scoop design has a wide surface area to provide breath capture, even in the presence of shallow breathing. A broad portfolio of Omnistream™ sampling lines is available for use with both intubated and non-intubated patients. Omnistream™ sampling lines are compatible with GE Healthcare, Datex-Ohmeda, Welch Allyn and Spacelabs monitors.
A comprehensive portfolio of CO2 sampling lines for intubated and nonintubated patients. Sized to accommodate neonate to adult patients, Microstream™ capnography sampling lines are available in oral/nasal and nasal-only configurations, for long-term and short-term use and with or without oxygen delivery.
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