Our range of Intersurgical EcoLite™ oxygen and aerosol therapy products have been designed as part of our ongoing focus on sustainable development, using the latest manufacturing technology to develop the lightest and most comfortable range of respiratory masks. You can read more on our dedicated site: https://www.intersurgical.com/info/IntersurgicalEcoLite
Meet our team of specialists and discover a wide range of patient solutions.
Oxygen and Aerosol Therapy: Intersurgical EcoLite™ masks, Cirrus™2 nebulisers, nasal cannula with earguards.
Critical Care: Novus™ nasal CPAP mask, VariFit™ NIV mask, StarMed respiratory hoods.
Airway Management: Pulmo-Protect™ lung function filter, breathing filters.
We look forward to welcoming you to stand C13.
We are proud to support the European Pressure Ulcer Panel (EPUAP) by raising awareness of pressure ulcers.
A pressure ulcer is a localised injury to the skin and/or underlying tissue usually over a bony prominence, as a result of pressure, or pressure in combination with shear. A number of contributing or confounding factors are also associated with pressure ulcers; the significance of these factors is yet to be elucidated1.
Intersurgical provides two products that can help reduce the occurrence of pressure ulcers on the ear: the Intersurgical EcoLite™ face mask range and nasal cannula with ear guards.
The Intersurgical EcoLite™ adult oxygen range features an extra chin section incorporating two integral seals ensuring that the mask fits a wide range of face shapes. The mask's retaining elastic can be fitted either above or below the patient's ear depending on the patient's face shape. In the preferred below ear position it eliminates the discomfort and longer-term trauma created by elastic sitting on top of the patient's ears.
Our nasal cannula with ear guards is designed to prevent trauma to the patient's ears thanks to the soft silicone foam cushions, which are easily adjusted and securely fitted.
Visit our dedicated page to watch videos on the products features and benefits, and find out more about these ranges.
1. Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: Quick Reference Guide. Emily Haesler (Ed.). Cambridge Media: Perth, Australia; 2014. (available at www.epuap.org)