SMTL Medical Disposable Datacard
Manometer connecting tube
|All Wales Contract:||Intravenous sets and related items|
|Usage Status:||Single use|
Also known as manometer tubing. Extension set composed of a length of flexible but rigid tubing (made of polyethylene or PVC) with a capped male luer lock at one end and a capped female luer lock at the other.
Key areas where used
- Critical care
Method of use
Connects patient arterial cannula to the manometer via a 3-way stopcock for central venous pressure (CVP) monitoring. It can also be used to extend a limb of the manometer line or as an extension set for an invasive arterial line. Manometer tubing is much stiffer than other extension tubing to allow longer connections to be made with little or no dampening effect on the reading. They are also sometimes used in wards as extensions of delivery sets used with syringe drivers.
Individually packaged in a peel pouch
- 50/75/100/150/200 cm length
- 1-2cm internal diameter
The following table lists examples of products known to be acceptable for this product description.
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|Editor||P Phillips, J Ford|
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