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What are the functions of the components of the medical catheter mounts?

Flexible tubing
Flexible tubing for medical catheter mounts is an essential component of a breathing circuit, providing the proper connection for invasive airway equipment. The tubing is available in various lengths, materials, and connector types. One popular type of catheter mount is a Tracheostomy high-flow cannula, which provides high-flow oxygen therapy in tracheostomized patients. It consists of a plastic tube with a patient-end connector that fits between the catheter and the patient's trachea.

Flexible tubing for medical catheter mounts can be used in respiratory, anesthetic, and resuscitation settings. The tubing is flexible and compatible with most breathing circuits. It is usually made of PP and has a double swivel connector.

Double swivel connector
Double swivel connectors for medical catheter mounts provide superior flexibility and easy access, as well as improved patient comfort during suction. They are compatible with all types of tracheal tubes, and have an ID and OD of 15mm and 22mm, respectively. In addition, these connectors are compatible with ventilator circuits. They also feature a flexible co-polymer tube with minimal dead space and compliance.

The double swivel connector is fitted with flexible tubing. The tubing is approximately 13 cm long and has a female/male end connector. The catheter mount is intended for use in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. These connectors can be used for a variety of medical procedures, including respiratory and anesthesia.

Cuff inflation gauge
A Cuff Inflation Gauge is a great piece of equipment for a medical catheter mount. It combines precision pressure monitoring and controlled cuff inflation into one convenient tool.

The device can measure blood pressure by two different methods: oscillometry and tonometry. The former method transmits the pressure via air, while the latter involves pressing the pressure sensor against the skin. Despite the differences, both methods require the use of a biocompatible resin. In either case, the pressure sensor should be sealed to prevent deformation and ensure proper pressure transmission.

The device has a needle and a dial on its upper face. The needle measures the pressure within a predetermined range. A corresponding threaded coupling is used to secure the device to the catheter.

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