TUBE, silicone, autoclavable, int. Ø 8 mm, 10 m


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Former Code(s): SCTDTUBE08-
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A0399 - Tubular devices - other
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TUBE, silicone


Silicone tube with uniform diameter, used for medical and surgical suction or for the circulation of medical gases


Technical specifications

  • Translucent flexible silicone, anti-kink
  • Roll presentation from which required lengths are cut
  • Non sterile
  • Autoclavable
  • Dimensions:
    • SCTDTUBE052: internal Ø 5 mm, length about 25 m
    • SCTDTUBE081: internal Ø 8 mm, length about 10 m
    • SCTDTUBE031: internal Ø 3 mm, length about 10 m

Packaging & Labelling

Unit (= 1 roll) packaging

Instructions for use

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Immediately after each SUCTION (blood, pus, bronchial or gastric secretions…), suck up a sufficient quantity of water or cleaning solution to rinse the inside of the tube. This prevents the deposit of dried particles and makes the cleaning of the tube easier.

After each USE, sterilize the tube by autoclave (provide a hook to hang it up).

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