Pressure Safe™

Neonatal High Flow Heated Humidification Nasal Cannula

The New Measure of Safety in Neonatal High Flow Oxygen Delivery    

The Pressure Safe™ High Flow Cannula is designed to mitigate high pressure changes that may cause barotrauma conditions. A unique pressure-limiting Pop-Off feature prevents airway pressure from exceeding 21 cm H2O.  The required pressure phases of high flow therapy are now clearly controlled and observed with Pressure Safe.

In addition, the patented Comfort Soft Plus® medical elastomeric formulation minimizes cannula friction on the patient’s skin. This produces a greater wear comfort and safeguards against epidermal stripping that can occur from traditional PVC cannulas and/or adhesive securement tape use.

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Specifications:

    • Pressure Pop-Off valve (will not exceed 21 cmH2O)     
    • Pressure monitoring port with tethered cap
    • Comfort Soft Plus® elastomeric material
    • 4 Color-coded Sizes: Premature, Infant, Neonatal and Pediatric
    • 2 Connection Adapters: 15 mm OD and 15 mm ID X 22 mm OD
    • Flowrates: 7 to 10 L/min
    • Latex and DEHP-free
    • Phosphor Bronze Pressure Relief Spring is MRI Safe

Pressure Safe US Patent Number 8,333,200; US and International Patents Pending

Ordering Information:

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References:

Collins CL, Holberton JR, Barfield C, Davis PG.  A randomized controlled trial to compare heated humidified high-flow nasal cannulae with nasal continuous positive airway pressure postextubation in premature infants. J Pediatr. 2013; 162(5): 949-954, e941.

Yoder BA, Stoddard RA, Li M, King J, Dirnberger DR, Abbasi S.  Heated, humidified high-flow nasal cannula versus nasal CPAP for respiratory support in neonates. Pediatrics. 2013; 131(5): e1482-1490.

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