CORTRAK 2 Nasogastric/Nasointestinal 10 FR Feeding Tube With Electromagnetic Transmit

CORTRAK 2 Nasogastric/Nasointestinal 10 FR Feeding Tube With Electromagnetic Transmit

CORTRAK 2 Nasogastric/Nasointestinal 10 FR Feeding Tube With Electromagnetic Transmit empower clinicians to place NG/NI tubes at the bedside without needing X-ray confirmation.

CORTRAK 2 Nasogastric/Nasointestinal Feeding Tube Benefits

  • CM markings
  • MRI conditional once stylet is removed
  • Radiopaque
  • Water-activated lubricated tip & Internal lumen

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
20-9361TRAK2 36" Catheter Length, Non-Sterile, Universal Connectors 10/Case $30.32
$1111.75
$1010.69
20-9431TRAK2A 43" Catheter Length, Non-Sterile, Anti-IV Connectors 10/Case $30.32
$1111.75
$1010.69
20-9551TRAK2A 55" Catheter Length, Non-Sterile, Anti-IV Connectors 10/Case $30.81
$1129.65
$1026.99
40-9361TRAK2 36" Catheter Length, Non-Sterile, ENFit Connectors 10/Case $30.32
$1111.75
$1010.69
40-9431TRAK2 43" Catheter Length, Non-Sterile, ENFit Connectors 10/Case $30.32
$1111.75
$1010.69
40-9551TRAK2 55" Catheter Length, Non-Sterile, ENFit Connectors 10/Case $30.81
$1129.65
$1026.99
42-9551TRAK2 55" Catheter Length, Ethylene Oxide Sterilization 10/Case $72.12
$2644.45
$2404.09

Features of CORTRAK 2 Nasogastric/Nasointestinal 10 FR Feeding Tube

  • Cortrak tube empowers clinicians to place NG/NI tubes at the bedside without the need for X-ray confirmation
  • These polyurethane NG/NI tubes enable real-time tube tip tracking
  • This aids in safer single-attempt tube placement, reduction for the need of x-ray and improved patient careElectromagnetic stylet
  • Enfit, Universal, and Anti-IV proximal connectors
  • Anti-clog bolus
  • Polyurethane

Why Does One Need Nasogastric Tubes?

NG tubes are used for four different purposes:

  • Delivering foods or medication directly to the stomach
  • Removing liquid or air from the stomach
  • Removing waste from the bowels for cleaning the bowels
  • Adding liquid to the bowels for X-rays or PET scan

What to buy with CORTRAK Nasogastric Feeding Tube


Things to Remember When Using Nasogastric Feeding Tubes

Whenever one uses nasogastric feeding tubes at home there are a few things one has to take into consideration:

  • Insert the tubes gently so that you do not damage the airway, the esophagus, or the lining of the stomach
  • Ensure that the tube is intact and there are no cracks or holes, or the food can enter other canals of the body internally
  • Immediately stop feeding if the user faces an aspiration (food being regurgitated into the lungs)
  • Always consult your medical professional before choosing a NG tube or changing the food

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