Educational Products

Tracheostomy T.O.M.®
(Tracheostomy Tube Observation Model)

An anatomical model for instructors and clinicians. Ideal for hands-on demonstration, training of skills necessary for tracheostomy care and discussion of tracheostomy and nasogastric tube placement issues.

Tracheostomy T.O.M.® is a portable, durable polyurethane model mounted on a clear, acrylic platform that depicts a midsagittal view of the nasal cavity with nare, oral cavity, pharynx, trachea and upper esophagus of a tracheostomized adult. A "stoma" is provided in the lower neck area to allow for demonstration of the effect of various aspects of tracheostomy care and tracheostomy placement issues. The nare is open allowing insertion and placement of a suction catheter or nasogastric tube. The flexible tracheoesophageal wall allows for demonstration of the effects of an overinflated tracheostomy tube cuff on the esophagus. DIMENSIONS: Approximately 11"x 6"x 1/2" on a base. Comes with hard shell carrying case with protective foam insert. Patented. Item #IP100.

Patient Education Handouts

The front page of each tear off sheet illustrates the cross section view of the head and neck anatomy with tracheostomy placement and airflow with and without the Passy-Muir Valve. Specific labels for larynx, trachea, and esophagus are provided. Ideal for teaching tracheostomy concepts and clinical benefits of the Passy-Muir Valve.
The back side contains simple descriptions and full color pictures to highlight important clinical information and instructions about the Passy-Muir Valve: how the valve works, clinical benefits, application and troubleshooting, care and cleaning. Space is provided for notes and special instructions.
  • Tear Sheets with colorful graphics and easy-to-read instructions
  • Ideal for teaching tracheostomy concepts and clinical benefits of the Passy-Muir® Valve
  • Can be individualized for each patient and taken with them wherever they go
  • Each tablet has 35 sheets, with 3 tablets per pack
  • 8.5” x 11” size

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