Laerdal - Suction Device - Compact Suction Unit 4
Non Technical and Terms
- Lead Time - Update at time of order
- Warranty - 24 months
- Shipping - Freight on invoice – estimate advised following ROI
- Advanced Payment - Payment on Shipment
Prices in US dollars. CIP prices to be established once destination and unit volume established. Warranty as outlined
Equipment will be inspected by an independent agency at Laerdal’s Distribution Centre prior to shipping to confirm quantities, shipping documentation and that there is no damage to packaging. Costs related to this inspection are passed on to the purchaser.
Quick start video and online training on demand.
Printed user and service manuals will be provided with each piece of equipment. Electronic copies available
At various locations, closest venue tbd in Contract/Purchase Order
Units are operational without the need for any particular consumables. An additional spare parts package for 6 months of intensive use per unit is are available to order. The spare parts package includes the following:
- 800 ml Disp. Canister with tubing (10 per main unit)
Laerdal Medical (www.laerdal.com) is an international company headquartered in Norway with more than 1500 employees worldwide. Laerdal Medical is a provider of training and therapy products for lifesaving, emergency and patient care. The company sells products for airway management, spinal motion restriction, resuscitation training, and patient simulation. It also offers a range of training services related to its product offerings.
Contact - For technical questions or assistance determining your requirements contact Unni Silkoset (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Suction devices, also known as airway aspirators, are portable medical devices used to remove obstructing secretions, blood, or vomitus from a patient's airway to keep air passages to the lungs open and to allow spontaneous or mechanical ventilation. Suctioning can be either oropharyngeal (to prepare for emergency intubation or to remove secretions from the upper airway above the glottis) or tracheal (to remove secretions and to maintain the airway of an intubated patient) and suction devices allow for delivery of variable suction levels that can be adjusted by the operator as needed. The typical components of suction devices are a suction (vacuum) pump, tubing (catheters), regulators and gauges, filters, and a collection canister.
These devices can be manually powered, battery powered, or line powered. Suctioned secretions are deposited into canisters of varying sizes that must be emptied when full. These canisters can be designed for single use or reusable by autoclaving the canister between patients.
Overflow protection is often provided to help prevent aspirate from entering and polluting the pump, controls, and environment and from contaminating personnel. Some aspirators feature combination float/rubber splashguards as part of the regulator in the canister lid to protect against overflow, while others may have mechanical shutoff systems in the canister top to prevent overflow.
In some cases, the canister can also be equipped with a hydrophobic or bacterial filter.