HALYARD* Turbo-Cleaning Closed Suction System
Turbo-Cleaning - How it Works
HALYARD* Turbo-Cleaning Closed Suction System, which features technology from BALLARD* trach care, is the only catheter that retracts within a unique, isolated and vacuum-sealed turbulent cleaning chamber. The turbulent cleansing action results in an 89% cleaner catheter tip compared to a standard closed suction system.1 This reduced colonization may help reduce risk of VAE and VAP in your ventilated patients.
Manipulation of the ventilator circuit can increase cross-contamination - a leading cause of VAP.1
To help protect patients, a closed ventilator circuit is recognized as a best practice in the prevention of VAP2 to maintain ventilation and oxygen therapy throughout suctioning, preventing approximately 50% of the lung volume fall observed when suctioning after disconnection from the ventilator.3- Closed suctioning is a best practice that protects patients and caregivers.2,4
- Reduces the risk for contamination from outside pathogens4
- Reduces colonization within the circuit4
- Designed to protect caregivers from exposure to body fluids
- Sealed by our patented "PEEP seal" technology, the suction and saline produce turbulent cleansing action, for a cleaner catheter tip
- One-way lavage port, designed to prevent "sprayback"
- Turbulent cleaning chamber creates cleansing action, resulting in a cleaner catheter
- Hinged valve isolates catheter tip and helps prevent inadvertent lavage
- Integrated MDI port (optional)
1 Compared to BALLARD* TRACH CARE* 24-hour closed suction systems. BALLARD* Critical Care Products TRACH CARE* 72 Microbiology Report, Nelson laboratories Final Reports, Laboratory Numbers 18343, 163901.1
2 Hess DR, Kallstrom TJ, Mottram CD, Myers TR, Sorenson HM, Vines DL; American Association for Respiratory Care. Care of the ventilator circuit and its relation to ventilator-associated pneumonia.Respir Care. 2003 Sep;48(9):869-79.
3 Maggiore SM, Lellouche F, Pigeot J, Taille S, Deye N, Durrmeyer X, Richard JC, Mancebo J, Lemaire F, Brochard L. Prevention of endotracheal suctioning-induced alveolar derecruitment in acute lung injury. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2003 May 1;167(9):1215-24.
4 Freytag CC, Thies FL, Konig W, Welte T. Infection, Clinical and Epidemiological Society, 31-2003-No. 1.