Idea Exchange: Enclosed ETs stay debris-free

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Idea Exchange: Enclosed ETs stay debris-free

Try this tip to keep endotracheal tubes organized and free of air-borne contaminants.
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May 02, 2016
By dvm360.com staff

In preparation for our AAHA review, we enclosed our endotracheal (ET) tubes. We purchased a 28-qt clear storage box that the ET tube rack fits inside of. We anchored the box to the wall by using standard molly screws and attached the ET rack to it. By closing the storage box, the ET tubes remain clean of air-borne debris.

Dr. Thomas Polehinke
Farmingdale, New York