Features & Benefits
- For use with low/high flow oxygen
- Can be used with or without humidity
- Soft, curved prongs
- Color coded sizes
- 15 mm oxygen tubing adapter included
- Not made with natural rubber latex or plasticizer DEHP
- Individually packaged
Order Trial Sample
PLEASE NOTE: RAM Cannula samples are available to medical professionals and DME companies only.
Simple for clinicians to use and better for babies.
If you are a parent, DME, or home health practitioner and would like more information on the Neotech RAM Cannula, please contact Judy McCrary or Sara Dimmitt through our contact form or by calling 800-966-0500. For more information about the Neotech RAM Cannula, please visit our web site here www.ramcannula.com
About the Inventor
Rangasamy Ramanathan, MD, FAAP, is Professor of Pediatrics at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. He is the Associate Division Chief of the Division of Neonatal Medicine at LAC+USC Medical Center and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. He is the Section Head and Medical Director of the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at LAC+USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, where he is also Director of the Neonatal Respiratory Therapy Department. Dr. Ramanathan directs one of the largest fellowship programs in neonatal-perinatal medicine in the country, with 15 fellows in the program. He is Vice-Chair of the Department of Pediatrics and Section Head of the Division of Neonatology at the Hospital of the Good Samaritan. He was elected to serve as President of the California Association of Neonatologists, one of the largest organizations of neonatologists in the country.
Dr. Ramanathan graduated from Stanley Medical College at Madras University, and received Diploma in Child Health (DCH) and MD Pediatrics at the Institute for Child Health and Hospital for Children after completing his training in Pediatrics. He then went on to complete his residency in Pediatrics at Lincoln Medical Center, New York Medical College, in New York. He was a fellow in clinical neonatology at LAC+USC Medical Center, and a research fellow in neonatology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.