Large Animal Trans-Tracheal Wash Kit/TTL
Small Animal Tracheal Wash
Catheter-over-needle insertion method through the skin into the trachea. The semi-rigid flushing catheter has a stylet and luer adapter. The flushing catheter is packaged in a protective sleeve to allow handling without a glove. DESCRIPTION ITEM# 10Ga x 2.25in steel introduction with sheath with 12Ga x 70cm (28in) flushing catheter for horses and foals TW1228 14Ga introducer with 16Ga x 70cm (28 in) flushing catheter for large dogs and neonatal foals TW1628
Catheter-over-needle insertion method. The semi- rigid flushing catheter has a stiffening stylet and luer adapter. The flushing catheter is packaged in a protective sleeve to allow handling without a glove. DESCRIPTION ITEM#
MediumSizedDog - 16Ga x 41cm (16in) flushing catheter with 14Ga introducer LargeDog - 16Ga x 70cm (28in) flushing catheter with 14Ga introducer
Large Animal Bronchoalveolar Lavage Catheter (BAL)
Introducer for TW1228 - 10 Gauge
INTRODUCERS are 10Ga or 14Ga.
• O pen-end, silicone, heavy wall, radiopaque catheter for the lavage of selected segments of the lung fields using the nasotracheal approach. • Distal balloon can be inflated to prevent retrograde fluid flow around the tube. Fill according to clinic protocol. • Proximal two-way fitting allows simultaneous connection for both irrigation and aspiration. One stopcock included.
Equine Joint Infusion Kit
Provide continuous localized infusion of antibiotics directly into the affected joint. A crush resistant 5Fr (16Ga) catheter is inserted using a 6Fr (14Ga) peel- away introducer. The lightweight administration pump will hold up to 100ml. Two flow control tubes included, 0.8ml/hr and 2.5ml/hr. DESCRIPTION ITEM# Pump, Peel-Away Introducer, FCT4, FCT12 9100 10ml in 4 hours – 2.5ml/hour FCT4 10ml in 12 hours – 0.8ml/hour FCT12
• Reusable. DESCRIPTION
ITEM# BAL240 BAL300
10mmOD, 2.5mmID, 240cm (96in) 10mmOD, 2.5mmID, 300cm (120in)
Replacement Stopcock (10 pack) RECOMMENDED Controlled Flushing Set - To administer flush aloquots froma bag rather thanmultiple syringes (see page 72).
See MILA website for detailed insertion instructions written by Stephen B. Adams DVM,MS and Timothy B. Lescun, BVSc.
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