Suction Catheter (800PCs)

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Model Number: NH-51161

Brand: Niche Healthcare

Suction catheter with thumb control, Made of non-toxic PVC, medical grade. Transparent, frosting is available. With X ray or without. Individual peelable polybag or blister bag pack, sterile.
Length between 35 cm and 60 cm.
with digital control, longitudinal presentation form.


Suction catheters are medical devices used in healthcare settings, including the National Health Service (NHS), to remove respiratory secretions, mucus, or other fluids from the airways of patients. Here are several healthcare benefits associated with the use of suction catheters:

  1. Airway Clearance: Suction catheters assist in clearing the airways of patients by removing excess mucus and secretions. This is particularly important for individuals who have difficulty coughing or clearing their airways independently.

  2. Improved Breathing: By effectively removing respiratory secretions, suction catheters contribute to improved breathing and ventilation. This is especially relevant for patients with conditions that affect their ability to breathe comfortably.

  3. Prevention of Aspiration: Regular use of suction catheters helps prevent the aspiration of secretions into the lower airways. This is important in reducing the risk of pneumonia and other respiratory complications, especially in patients with impaired cough reflexes.

  4. Management of Respiratory Distress: Suction catheters are crucial in managing respiratory distress caused by the accumulation of secretions. Prompt removal of these secretions can alleviate discomfort and improve respiratory function.

  5. Support for Ventilated Patients: Ventilated patients, such as those on mechanical ventilation, often require suctioning to maintain airway patency. Suction catheters play a key role in assisting ventilated individuals and ensuring the effectiveness of ventilation.

  6. Enhanced Oxygenation: By maintaining clear airways, suction catheters contribute to improved oxygenation. This is essential for patients who may be at risk of hypoxia due to respiratory conditions or other medical issues.

  7. Facilitation of Respiratory Procedures: Suction catheters are commonly used in conjunction with various respiratory procedures, such as bronchoscopy or tracheostomy care, to maintain a clear airway and enhance the effectiveness of these interventions.

  8. Reduced Risk of Airway Obstruction: The removal of secretions with suction catheters helps reduce the risk of airway obstruction, which is particularly crucial in emergency situations or when managing patients with acute respiratory conditions.

  9. Comfort for Patients: Suction catheters contribute to the comfort of patients by relieving them of the sensation of excess mucus or secretions in their airways. This is important for patient well-being, especially in cases of chronic respiratory conditions.

  10. Prevention of Respiratory Complications: Regular use of suction catheters aids in the prevention of respiratory complications, including atelectasis, respiratory infections, and other conditions that may arise due to retained secretions.

  11. Adaptability for Different Patient Populations: Suction catheters come in various sizes and configurations, making them adaptable for use with different patient populations, including adults, children, and neonates.

  12. Infection Control: The use of sterile suction catheters and adherence to infection control protocols help minimize the risk of introducing infections into the airways, promoting patient safety.

  13. Maintenance of Patent Airways: Suction catheters are essential for maintaining patent airways in patients who are unable to clear secretions independently. This is critical for preventing complications and ensuring effective gas exchange in the lungs.

It’s important to note that the proper use of suction catheters requires training and adherence to established protocols to ensure patient safety and the effectiveness of the suctioning procedure. Healthcare professionals in the NHS follow guidelines and best practices for the appropriate and safe use of suction catheters based on individual patient needs and clinical situations.


Cat. No. Description Qty/Case (Pcs)
NH-51161 F5 800
NH-51162 F6 800
NH-51163 F8 800
NH-51164 F10 600
NH-51165 F12 600
NH-51166 F14 600
NH-51167 F16 500
NH-51168 F18 500
NH-51169 F20 500
NH-51360 F22 500
NH-51361 F24 500


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