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Reduce the pressure

Intersurgical offer two products to reduce the occurrence of pressure ulcers on the ear.
The soft, lightweight Intersurgical EcoLite™ oxygen mask allows for under-ear positioning of the elastic straps reducing trauma to the top of the ears, whilst our nasal cannula with ear guards includes non-allergenic soft silicone cushions that can be easily adjusted for positioning around the ears.

For further information or to request a sample, simply visit the landing page.

Double surgery performed on orangutan

During the operation an Intersurgical Heat and Moisture Exchanging Filter (HMEF) was used.
An orangutan has undergone surgery by both human and animal experts to improve her breathing. Our HMEF was used on the breathing system during the operation on her sinuses and lungs - the first time the two procedures have been performed together simultaneously in the UK.
 
ITV news has the full story.

Pulmo-Protect™ lung function filter

Introducing Pulmo-Protect™, our new range of lung function test filters.
We are continually expanding our range of breathing filters to offer our customers the most comprehensive choice. We are therefore delighted to announce the launch of the Pulmo-Protect™ range of lung function test filters. This is an excellent addition to our existing portfolio of filtration devices and reinforces our commitment to reduce cross contamination during healthcare procedures.

Visit the product page for full details or to make an enquiry.

Hydro-Trach™ T Mk II Video

Watch our new video highlighting the features and benefits of Hydro-Trach™ T Mk II Tracheostomy HME.
The Hydro-Trach™ T is an ideal product for prolonged use with spontaneously breathing patients who have a tracheostomy and has the following features and benefits:

- Provides excellent humidification
- Clipped suctioning port
- Integral swivel oxygen connector
- Anti-occlusion mechanism

View our new video or visit the product page for further information.

New OroCare™ Day Kits video

View the new video on how to use our OroCare day kits™.

The OroCare day kits™ facilitate introduction of an oral care hygiene routine over a 24 hour period. Available for 4 hours (q4) or 8 hour (q8) intervention options, they offer a simple to use disposable solution straight from the pack.

Visit the Oral Care product
or landing page for further details on our full range or to make an enquiry to try these in your hospital.

Facing Africa

Intersurgical is delighted to support the charity Facing Africa.
Facing Africa provides teams of highly skilled and experienced surgeons and volunteers in Ethiopia to perform complex facial reconstructive surgery on victims of the disease noma.  Not only do they perform the surgery, they train and educate the local practitioners on improved and new techniques and procedures. Visit their website to find out more about noma and the charity.
 
We are proud to supply products that are used in operations that not only change the lives of children and adults in Ethiopia but also assist in reducing the cost of the missions themselves.  We look forward to continuing our support of Facing Africa and are proud of all their achievements.

An easy and efficient Oral Care programme

The latest new products are two OroCare day kits designed to facilitate the introduction of an oral care hygiene routine over a 24 hour period.
Available for 4 hours (q4) or 8 hour (q8) intervention options, they offer a simple to use disposable solution straight from the pack.  These are part of our oral care range, and include the Intersurgical OroCare™ Aspire suction toothbrush and the innovatively designed OroCare™ Sensitive Suction Wand.

Each treatment kit contains a suction brush or a suction wand plus one liquid dispenser cup and a mouth moisturiser applicator sponge. The day kits are supplied with a new designed universal management hanger, which can be adapted to provide a convenient solution for most situations. This new product offering makes the introduction of an oral care programme easier for nursing staff.

Visit the landing page or product page for further information, or visit our stand at the ESICM on stand 10 to see the products first hand.

Compact™ paediatric breathing systems

Our Compact™ paediatric extendable anaesthetic breathing systems provide an adjustable breathing system solution combined with cost effective storage and disposal.

All Compact breathing systems are supplied in their compressed form increasing the number of systems that can be supplied per box, providing significant space savings compared with other more traditional types of breathing system. A standard box of Compact systems could provide a hospital with an extra three weeks supply*
 
Compact systems are manufactured from a unique adjustable tube offering numerous clinical benefits, including:
  • Optimum compression
  • Low resistance to flow
  • Lightweight
  • Excellent compliance
  • Adjustable length
  • Easy positioning
 
The paedatric range is available in five configurations; 1.5m, 2.0m and 3.0m system lengths, with or without a 1L reservoir bag.
 
Visit the product page for additional information and to view the full range.


* Comparison between Compact 2150 and Flextube 2000, based on a hospital with four operating theatres changing systems on a daily basis.

Intersurgical Reservoir Bags Do Not Contain Natural Rubber Latex

All Intersurgical reservoir bags have been made from a synthetic latex since 2003.

Further to the recent MHRA Alert (MDA/2014/016) regarding reservoir bags - all Intersurgical reservoir bags have been made from a synthetic latex since 2003 and therefore do not contain natural rubber latex.  In fact, no Intersurgical products contain natural rubber latex!

Natural rubber latex is known to cause Type I and Type IV
allergic reactions, as well as irritant contact dermatitis. Proteins in natural latex can cause Type I reactions which typically develop within minutes after direct contact with latex. Mild reactions includes hives, swelling and asthma-like symptoms and although rare, severe reactions resulting in anaphylaxis can occur. The type IV reaction, also known as allergic contact dermatitis, usually occurs upon re-exposure and can develop days after (48-72 hours). Symptoms are usually confined to the area of contact and results in itchy, blistering, rashes forming. Irritant contact dermatitis is the most common clinical reaction to latex products. Reactions usually occur on the hands after continual use of latex gloves and results in dry, itchy lesions on the skin.
 
For further information regarding our range of reservoir bags please contact us directly.

Protect with Silver Knight™

Watch our new Silver Knight™ anti-microbial breathing systems video.
In the continued fight against Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI's) our range of Silver Knight™ products with anti-microbial additive are available for both anaesthesia and intensive care use.
 
Constant handling of breathing systems by theatre personnel can increase the risk of pathogens being spread from patient to patient, and patient to staff. By reducing the number of pathogens on the breathing system, transmission between infected patients can be minimised and the proliferation of pathogens reduced.
 
Until now, Silver Knight has been tested with the five bacteria listed below, but now Escherichia Coli  has been added to that list.
  •          Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
  •          Staphylococcus epidermis
  •          Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  •          Klebsiella pnuemoniae
  •          Acinetobacter calcoaceticus
 
Our new Silver Knight™ video indicates this, and highlights just how effective Silver Knight is against the six bacteria listed.

Visit our landing page for further details.

Events

European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress - Virtual event

Vienna, Austria
September 06 - September 09 2020
Virtual stand

Medical Fair Brasil

São Paulo
September 16 - September 17 2020
Stand number: 808

The European Emergency Medicine Congress (EUSEM) - Virtual event

Copenhagen, Denmark
September 19 - September 23 2020
Virtual

ESICM LIVES 2020

Madrid, Spain
October 10 - October 14 2020
Stand number: TBC

CMEF 2020

National Exhibition and Convention Centre, Shanghai
October 19 - October 22 2020
TBC
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