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Covidien Nellcor™ Colourimetric Easy Cap End Tidal CO2 Detector


£15.37 (Inc. VAT)
£12.81 (Ex. VAT)
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A trusted method to confirm correct endotracheal tube placement, the CO2 detector monitors ETCO2 levels with breath-to-breath response on endotracheal tubes.

Functionality and Usage

The Nellcor™ Colourimetric Easy Cap End Tidal CO2 Detector has been meticulously designed for easy application and efficient monitoring. Attach the detector directly to the endotracheal tube or i-gel. Once connected, the device instantly starts tracking ETCO2 levels, offering a breath-to-breath response.

One of its standout features is the indicator window which reacts immediately to exhaled CO2. When the device detects CO2, the window undergoes an evident colour change from purple to yellow. This prompt response ensures that medical practitioners can swiftly and accurately determine the correct placement of an endotracheal tube, minimising risks and potential complications.

Moreover, this detector isn't just limited to confirming tube placement. It is also a vital tool during CPR, helping professionals monitor ETCO2 levels, thereby providing an added layer of safety and precision in emergencies. Whether employed in the hustle and bustle of an emergency department, the critical environment of an ICU, or during field operations, this CO2 detector proves its worth every time.

Key Product Features:

  • Quick Response: Immediate colour change from purple to yellow upon detecting exhaled CO2
  • Breath-to-Breath Monitoring: Constant visual feedback that facilitates breath-to-breath response for up to two hours
  • Latex-Free: Suitable for patients with latex allergies
  • Economical: Provides a cost-effective solution without compromising on quality or reliability
  • Assesses CPR Effectiveness: Useful during critical CPR situations to gauge efficiency
  • Endorsements: Meets the guidelines and standards of esteemed organisations such as the American Heart Association, American Association for Respiratory Care, and American Society of Anesthesiologists