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|• (FDA Code: CAE / 868.5110)|
An oropharyngeal airway is a device inserted into a patient's pharynx through the mouth to provide a patent airway.
|• (FDA Code: BSJ / 868.5550)|
An anesthetic gas mask is a device, usually made of conductive rubber, that is positioned over a patient's nose or mouth to direct anesthetic gases to the upper airway.
|• (FDA Code: BYP / 868.5620)|
A breathing mouthpiece is a rigid device that is inserted into a patient's mouth and that connects with diagnostic or therapeutic respiratory devices.
|• (FDA Code: CAF / 868.5630)|
A nebulizer is a device intended to spray liquids in aerosol form into gases that are delivered directly to the patient for breathing. Heated, ultrasonic, gas, venturi, and refillable nebulizers are included in this generic type of device.
|• (FDA Code: BTK / 868.5560)|
A gas mask head strap is a device used to hold an anesthetic gas mask in position on a patient's face.
|• (FDA Code: BTM / 868.5915)|
A manual emergency ventilator is a device, usually incorporating a bag and valve, intended to provide emergency respiratory support by means of a face mask or a tube inserted into a patient's airway.
|• (FDA Code: BTQ / 868.5100)|
A nasopharyngeal airway is a device used to aid breathing by means of a tube inserted into a patient's pharynx through the nose to provide a patent airway.
|• (FDA Code: NHK / 868.5905)|
A noncontinuous ventilator (intermittent positive pressure breathing-IPPB) is a device intended to deliver intermittently an aerosol to a patient's lungs or to assist a patient's breathing.
|• (FDA Code: BZD / 868.5905)|
|• (FDA Code: KGB / 868.5570)|
A nonrebreathing mask is a device fitting over a patient's face to administer oxygen. It utilizes one-way valves to prevent the patient from rebreathing previously exhaled gases.
|• (FDA Code: CBP / 868.5870)|
A nonrebreathing valve is a one-way valve that directs breathing gas flow to the patient and vents exhaled gases into the atmosphere.
|• (FDA Code: CCQ / 868.5640)|
A medicinal nonventilatory nebulizer (atomizer) is a device that is intended to spray liquid medication in aerosol form into the air that a patient will breathe.
|• (FDA Code: BYG / 868.5580)|
An oxygen mask is a device placed over a patient's nose, mouth, or tracheostomy to administer oxygen or aerosols.
|• (FDA Code: CAT / 868.5340)|
A nasal oxygen cannula is a two-pronged device used to administer oxygen to a patient through both nostrils.
|• (FDA Code: BZB / 868.5350)|
A nasal oxygen catheter is a device intended to be inserted through a patient's nostril to administer oxygen.
|• (FDA Code: BYE / 868.5965)|
A positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) breathing attachment is a device attached to a ventilator that is used to elevate pressure in a patient's lungs above atmospheric pressure at the end of exhalation.
|• (FDA Code: BYX / 868.5860)|
Pressure tubing and accessories are flexible or rigid devices intended to deliver pressurized medical gases.
|• (FDA Code: KHA / 868.5590)|
A scavenging mask is a device positioned over a patient's nose to deliver anesthetic or analgesic gases to the upper airway and to remove excess and exhaled gas. It is usually used during dentistry.
|• (FDA Code: FMP / 880.6450)|
A skin pressure protector is a device intended for medical purposes that is used to reduce pressure on the skin over a bony prominence to reduce the likelihood of the patient's developing decubitus ulcers (bedsores).
|• (FDA Code: BZH / 868.1860)|
A peak-flow meter for spirometry is a device used to measure a patient's maximum ventilatory flow rate.
|• (FDA Code: CBH / 868.5770)|
A tracheal tube fixation device is a device used to hold a tracheal tube in place, usually by means of straps or pinch rings.
|• (FDA Code: BSY / 868.6810)|
A tracheobronchial suction catheter is a device used to aspirate liquids or semisolids from a patient's upper airway.
|• (FDA Code: BZO / 868.5975)|
Ventilator tubing is a device intended for use as a conduit for gases between a ventilator and a patient during ventilation of the patient.
|• (FDA Code: BYF / 868.5600)|
A venturi mask is a device containing an air-oxygen mixing mechanism that dilutes 100 percent oxygen to a predetermined concentration and delivers the mixed gases to a patient.
|• (FDA Code: CAI / 868.5240)|
An anesthesia breathing circuit is a device that is intended to administer medical gases to a patient during anesthesia. It provides both an inhalation and exhalation route and may include a connector, adaptor, and Y-piece.