Emergency Equipment - Tracheostomy Education

Equipment should be kept at bedside in an easily accessible location for both routine and emergency use. When transferring an individual to a different location within a unit or to an outside unit, emergency equipment should also be available. All caregivers should be provided with a checklist of emergency supplies prior to discharge.…

NTSP Manual 2013 - Tracheostomy

Bedside equipment Emergency equipment Any clinical area caring for patients with a tracheostomy must have emergency equipment immediately available. Some of this will be at the patients bedside as it is required for routine care, whilst other equipment is provided in the ward or nursing area.…

MANDATORY TRACHEOSTOMY EQUIPMENT

Mandatory Bedside Tracheostomy Equipment: This is essential equipment that is present and accessible at the bedside and is available for routine and emergency care of patients with tracheostomy tube. 2. Mandatory Transport Tracheostomy Equipment: This is the equipment which must…

Emergency equipment - St George's University Hospitals NHS ...

The following emergency equipment must be kept with an inpatient at all times: Functioning suction facilities (where centralised suction is not available, as is often the case in the community, independent portable suction units should be used.) Appropriate sized suction catheters Yankauer sucker Non-rebreathe circuit and/or adult bag-valve-mask with reservoir ……

Intensive Care Unit Equipment - procedure, blood, tube ...

Intensive care unit (ICU) equipment includes patient monitoring, respiratory and cardiac support, pain management , emergency resuscitation devices, and other life support equipment designed to care for patients who are seriously injured, have a critical or life-threatening illness, or have undergone a major surgical procedure, thereby requiring 24-hour care and monitoring.…