• Enables use of PPV in those cases where it may be required - transient or extended, planned or unplanned.
  • A built-in drain tube designed to channel fluid away and permit gastric access for patients with GERD or during extended cases where endotracheal intubation is not required.
  • A softer silicone cuff reducing the likelihood of throat irritation and stimulation.
  • High seal pressure - up to 30 cm H20 - Providing a tighter seal against the glottic opening with no increase in mucosal pressure.
  • Provides more airway security
  • Superior sealing to restrict nasal bleeding.
  • Two independent balloons, one distal and one proximal.
    • Distal balloon for catheter retention and posterior bleeding.
    • Proximal balloon will seal nasal passage for anterior bleeding.
  • 100% Medical Grade Silicone
  • Ultra soft balloons allow maximum nasal passage way coverage and can be inflated with sterile water or sterile saline.
  • Open internal diameter permits nasal breathing while balloons are inflated.
  • Gentle radius tip with bevel to facilitate easy insertion.




During surgical procedures requiring anesthesia, to keep a patient anesthestized and breathing regularly, an advanced airway device is positioned in the hypopharynx.  This is used maintain and prevent the restriction of airflow.  A unique and key feature is that the aspiration port that allows a medical professional to aspirate a patient without the use of a seperate suction catheter.    


As a result of nasal surgery or trauma to the nose, bleeding and/or severe nasal hemorrhaging occurs inside a patient's nose.  A successfull method for treament is the practice of nasal packing.  Applying direct pressure with the use of gauzes or cotton balls may be a great way, but how does the patient breathe?  To provide the best of both, the epistaxis double ballon catheter has been a proven device.  It applies direct pressure to the anterior and posterior sections as well as providing the patient with a direct airway passage.