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Blue Line® Uncuffed Cut-to-Length Oral Endotracheal Tubes (Siliconized) Magill

ProductsBlue Line® Uncuffed Cut-to-Length Oral Endotracheal Tubes (Siliconized) Magill
Company Portex
Item Blue Line® Uncuffed Cut-to-Length Oral Endotracheal Tubes (Siliconized) Magill
Features 
  • A full range of standard sized to meet most of your requirements
  • Available in clear PVC, siliconized PVC, and Ivory
  • 10 units per box
  • Description Portex® Blue Line® uncuffed endotracheal tubes are available in Magill or Murphy styles, in standard or precut lengths.

    Blue Line® adult and pediatric uncuffed endotracheal tubes are made from implant-tested polyvinyl chloride with a radiopaque blue line incorporated into its full length.
    Info Portex
    Customer Service: (603) 352-3812
    Web site: http://www.smiths-medical.com

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