Cuff Pressure Manometer

Cuff Pressure Manometer

Simple. Accurate. Safe.

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Manage cuff pressure accurately and easily

Precise airway cuff pressure minimizes complications associated with intubation. Conventional methods to measure cuff pressure are often unreliable.1

AG CUFFIILL is an accurate solution for both controlling cuff volume and measuring cuff pressure for cuffed ET tubes, trach tubes and LMAs.

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of intubated patients have been found to be out of therapeutic cuff pressure range, putting them at risk for VAE or trachea damage.2

See the evidence for yourself

Read this compilation of published clinical studies that show how:

  • Endotracheal tube cuff pressures between 20 and 30 cmH20 help minimize risk for tracheal injuries and VAP2
  • Manometry devices such as the AG Cuffill device can help ensure intracuff pressures are within the clinically acceptable range
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1. Mueen Ullah Khan, et. al., Measurement of endotracheal tube cuff pressure: Instrumental versus conventional method. Saudi J Anaesth. Oct-Dec 2016;10(4):428-431. Accessed Sept 27, 2020.
2. Sole ML, Su X, Talbert S, Penoyer DA, Kalita S, Jimenez E, Ludy JE, Bennett M. Evaluation of an intervention to maintain endotracheal tube cuff pressure within therapeutic range. Am J Crit Care. 2011 Mar; 20(2):109-17. PMID: 21362715
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