The No-Bite V

1. Oral Laryngopharyngeal Suctioning

SUCTION 3 INCHES FURTHER THAN YANKAUER CAN! - Insert suction catheter just a few inches past tip of No-Bite V™, the technique of depressing the tongue DOES NOT matter because you are suctioning Laryngopharyngeal area, before bifurcation that separates the esophagus and trachea.

Suction with The NO-Bite V

2. Oral Tracheal Suctioning with The No-Bite V

Take out pillow and tilt patient's head back if allowed, Pre-Load Suction Catheter into device and hold catheter with pointer finger so catheter doesn't fall out from weight of the tubing, push down on patients chin with your opposite hand to prevent patient from biting down on No-Bite V while you insert the device, depress the tongue and insert the suction catheter into the trachea. Only be in mouth=5 Seconds Max and If patient presents with Hunchback or Slouching Posture, place a rolled up towel behind back, across the shoulder blades.

(This is an advanced technique, where all staff are required to successfully perform a return demonstration of Oral Tracheal Suctioning on Dummy Head)

oral suctioning

3. Oral Care on Patients Who Bite Down

Stop Patient from Biting Down During Oral Cleaning & Tracheal Suctioning

No-Bite V™ Specifications

  • Comes Sterile.
  • Single Patient Use.
  • Can use for 3 days with cleaning protocol.
  • Suction catheter introducer fits size 18 french suction catheter and smaller.
  • Allows you to Oral Pharyngeal/Oral Tracheal suction your patient where the nasotracheal suctioning approach is contraindicated.
  • Eliminates coiling of tracheal suction catheters
  • Prevents patients from damaging or breaking your oral hygiene and suction catheters.
  • Allows you to perform HAP/VAP protocols safely on uncooperative/biting patients.
  • Allows for well lit oral assessment on your uncooperative/biting patients.

Patient Care Areas

  • Medical ICU's
  • Surgical ICU's
  • Neuro-Surgical ICU's
  • Stroke Units
  • Cardiac ICU's
  • Cardio-Thoracic Surgical ICU's
  • Burn ICU's
  • Cancer Units
  • Hospice Centers
  • Home Hospice
  • Head & Neck Injury Units

Patient Population

  • ALS Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - Lou Gehrig's Disease
  • CF Cystic Fibrosis
  • MS Multiple Sclerosis
  • MD Muscular Dystrophy
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • CVA Stroke Patients
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Patients with Severe Weakness
  • Hospice Patients
  • Palliative Care Patients
Learn about The No-Bite V™ (suction catheter introducer) : Best Practice Solution when Nasal Suctioning is Contraindicated, allows you to insert &guide catheter orally. Scored in the Top 5 at the 2013 Technology &Innovation Expo out of 60 companies, judged by 20 clinical teams from...

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...nasopharyngeal suctioning was attempted and unsuccessful due to complete blockage of the nasal passages. The patient was biting on the oral suction tubing. We used the No bite device and successfully and easily cleared her airway...

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