Mallinckrodt Brand

Addressing patient outcomes through innovations in technology

Covidien offers airway management solutions for a wide range of procedures and patients including those with unique anatomical requirements. By enabling reliable oxygenation, humidification and ventilation support, Mallinckrodt™ endotracheal tubes help clinicians deliver better patient outcomes.

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Mallinckrodt TaperGuard basic endotracheal tube

Reduces Aspiration by an Average of 90%1,2

Mallinckrodt™ TaperGuard™ cuff technology provides a better seal, helping to reduce secretions entering the lower respiratory tract by 90%1 while exerting 29% less pressure3 on the trachea.*

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Mallinckrodt TaperGuard Evac endotracheal tube

Helping Reduce Microaspiration and VAP4

The Mallinckrodt™ TaperGuard™ Evac tube, combines the benefits of a taper-shaped cuff with Mallinckrodt™ Evac technology for subglottic secretion drainage, or continuous aspiration of subglottic secretions (CASS).

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Mallinckrodt oral/ nasal endotracheal tube with TaperGuard cuff with stylet

Combining the Advantage of a TaperGuard™ Cuff with and Convenience of a Stylet

Improve compliance and reduce waste using the Mallinckrodt™ endotracheal tube with TaperGuard™ cuff with preloaded stylet.

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Mallinckrodt endotracheal tubes

Oral and Nasal Endotracheal Tubes for a Wide Range of Intubations

Endotracheal tubes for both long- and short-term airway management solutions

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Related Mallinckrodt™ Products

*Compared to the Mallinckrodt™ Hi-Lo endotracheal tube

  1. Mallinckrodt™ TaperGuard™ endotracheal tube and Mallinckrodt™ TaperGuard™ Evac endotracheal tube 510(k)#090352 benchtop testing.
  2. Oikkonen M, Aromaa U. Leakage of fluid around low-pressure tracheal tube cuffs. Anaesthesia. 1997;52(6):567-569. (To set Hi Lo as best previous cuff)
  3. Lichtenthal PR, Wood L, Wong A, Borg U. Pressure applied to tracheal wall by barrel and taper shaped cuffs. Paper presented at: Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists; October 15-19, 2011; Chicago, IL. Abstract A1054.
  4. Smulders K, van der Hoeven H, Weers-Pothoff I, Vandenbroucke-Grauls C. A randomized clinical trial of intermittent subglottic secretion drainage in patients receiving mechanical ventilation. Chest. 2002;121(3):858-862.