Argyle Suction Tubing, Surgical, Disposable

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Argyle™ surgical suction connecting tubing is available with female molded connectors (male connector also included) or intergral connectors.

SKU #: 01-00394

6' x 1/4"

By: Cardinal Health  |  MPN: 4686
Stocked Item
each
$1.80
case of 50 eaches
$90.00
SKU #: 01-00396

6' x 9/32"

By: Cardinal Health  |  MPN: 8888301705
Stocked Item
each
$1.95
case of 50 eaches
$97.50

Common Additions:

SKU #: 01-30440

Yankauer, Bulb Tip w/Vent -

Stocked Item
each
$1.47
case of 50 eaches
$73.50

Description

Argyle™ surgical suction connecting tubing is available with female molded connectors (male connector also included) or intergral connectors. Argyle™ suction tubing has minimal coil memory and comes in a wide range of sizes. 
• Available with female molded connectors (male connector also included) or integral connectors
• Package has a sterile inner pouch
• Non-conductive type only
• Sterile
• Latex-free

Product Details

Argyle Suction Tubing by Cardinal Health is the premier choice for surgical suction tubing. Suction connection tubing is used to evacuate fluid and debris into the vacuum canister. This tubing is a clear, non-conductive tubing connected to a suction device. Each tubing end has two soft universal female connectors for convenience and a secure attachment to any male connection. Male connectors are also included in this package.

Suction Tubing Product Description
• Available with female molded connectors or integral connectors
• Male connector inserts also included
• Sterile inner pouch
• Non-conductive type only
• Sterile
• Latex-free
• Minimal coil memory
• Clear PVC formulation with striated walls

Suction connecting tubing has many healthcare uses. It is used when excess moisture or debris needs to be removed (more than what sponges can absorb). Connector tubing is often used with a CPAP machine (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure), respirators, or ventilators. Suction tubing is also common in surgical settings to remove excess blood from the operation area. In long-term care or urology settings, suction catheters may be used for patients with incontinence issues. Dentists often use suction tubes to keep the patient’s mouth dry during treatment. Suction tubing is a vital addition to medical equipment across many fields.

Surgical suction tubing must remain sterile. Argyle’s product is guaranteed sterile as it is packaged-sealed free from dirt, bacteria, and other living microorganisms. Ensure that you handle the tubing with clean hands and sterile gloves to maintain its sterility. If you need to set it down after opening the package, place it on an uncontaminated surface. Once it comes into contact with a non-sterile surface, it is no longer considered sterile. The product cannot be guaranteed sterile if the package is opened at the time of delivery.

Typical uses for suction tubing often involve the handling of bodily fluids. Bodily fluids present a biohazard risk when others are exposed, which is why this suction tubing is meant to be disposed of after single use. When providing this type of care, safety should be top of mind. To provide proper patient care and infection control, always wear exam gloves and clean hands thoroughly before and after. This product should only be handled by a trained professional when used in patient care.

Add Argyle Suction Tubing to your list of trusted medical supplies. Additional tubing size options are also available for purchase from Penn Care.

Argyle Tubing Options to Buy
• SKU# 01-00394 (6’ x ¼”)
• SKU# 01-00396 (6’ x 9/32”)

For additional information on product descriptions and new products, get help from the experts at Penn Care by calling 1-877-287-9715.

Note: This product may not be eligible for returns. Check our return policy or contact our customer service department at 1-800-392-7233.