- 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
Neotech’s RAM Cannula features soft, gently curved prongs designed for patient comfort. Its flexible design helps caregivers position an infant or child in developmentally appropriate sitting or lying positions. The RAM Cannula is available in seven sizes. All sizes are color-coded and include a 15-millimeter oxygen tubing adapter for use with either low-flow or high-flow oxygen, and they can be used with or without humidity.
Step 1 Select proper size cannula by using RAM size guide provided. Color that most closely match nares I.D. (Inner Diameter) and septal space corresponds to RAM size.
Ideal prongs size will fill approximately 80% of nares.
Note: Ensure that prongs do not fill nares completely.
Step 2 Attach 15 mm oxygen tubing adapter (provided) to RAM cannula. Attach cannula to oxygen source.
Note: Ensure all cannula connections are properly secured.
Step 3 Begin gas flow.
Step 4 Insert prongs into patient’s nares.
Note: Allow small gap between patient’s septum and base of prongs.
Step 5 Secure cannula to face with EZ-Hold® Tubing and Cannula Holder or comparable product.
Step 6 Replace Neotech RAM Cannula every 14 days or per hospital protocol, whichever is sooner.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
The Neotech RAM Cannula is intended to be used in the administration of oxygen through the nares to pediatric (neonates, infants and children) patients.
CONTRAINDICATIONS, CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
The Neotech RAM Cannula is contraindicated for patients with nasal atresia or patients with facial structure deformities that prohibit adequate respiratory support.
Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Improper selection of size, improper positioning or improper use may result in septal trauma or necrosis.
Always begin gas flow prior to inserting prongs into patient’s nares.
Frequent observation of prongs position in patient’s nares may be necessary
Cannula tubing can pose a potential strangulation hazard.
Do not use if package is damaged or open.
Do not soak, wash or sterilize.
Discontinue immediately if skin irritation occurs.
Single patient use only.