HEADBAND, for anaesthesia mask


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HEADBAND, for anaesthesia mask


A band of material designed to hold an anaesthesia mask in position on a patient's face. It is typically wrapped around the patient's head and often affixed to a special stabilizing device (e.g., with hooks) located on the gas connection port of the mask. It is typically used for anaesthesia of long duration.


Technical specifications

  • Antistatic rubber or silicone
  • Single piece moulded
  • Fenestred square + 4 straps with reinforced perforations
  • Firm, moderate elasticity
  • Adult size
    • Total length: 70 cm
    • Length of the straps: 30 cm
    • Width: 20 cm
    • Thickness: 2 mm
  • Autoclavable
  • Non sterile, reusable

Instructions for use

Reserved for experienced anaesthetists.

Attention, nothing must be allowed to interfere with correct observation of the patient (risk of vomiting, cyanosis etc.).


Use a detergent/disinfectant for surfaces/non-invasive medical equipment. Prepare use-solution in concentration required. Always read the label and product information before use. Do not mix with other products. Make sure to wet the surfaces completely, use a wipe or towel, keep them wet for the whole exposure time.

(Cf Introduction: Disinfection and sterilization in the field)

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