When Nasotracheal Suctioning is Contraindicated do you have another option?

There is currently no other way to oral tracheal suction except with the No-Bite V™. Otherwise you would try to just insert suction catheter down the throat and the patient would in most cases bite down on it. This method would almost certainly go in the stomach and not the trachea, because there is no depression of tongue.

The No-Bite V™ is your only option to Oral Tracheal Suction when Nasotracheal Suctioning is Contraindicated.

Contraindications to Nasotracheal Suctioning Are:

Reference: www.rcjournal.com/cpgs/pdf/09.04.1080.pdf


The No-Bite V Prevents Nasotracheal Suctioning

"I wanted to share these photos of my dad back in Nov 2016 before I even knew about the No-Bite. He was nasal suctioned in the hospital and they caused severe nasal trauma... Ouch! And no, he was not even on blood thinners, just baby aspirin."

"My dad stayed out of the hospital a record 10 Months Pneumonia-Free and Nasal Trauma-Free thanks to the No-Bite Suction!"

"Previously my dad was readmitted to the hospital at least once a month with aspiration pneumonias, but now he is doing much better."

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