A Nasopharyngeal Airway is recommended for use as an airway adjunct in the semi-conscious or unconscious patient with an intact gag reflex. The Nasopharyngeal Airway is not easily dislodged during transport and better tolerated than an Oropharyngeal Airway. Vacuum-packaged with a conveniently attached surgical lubricant for quick access to facilitate ease of insertion.
The Rusch® Latex-Free Robertazzi Airway features:
- MEDIPRENE® construction
- Flexible for maximum patient comfort
- Soft material for enhanced nasal passageway comfort
- Rounded tip allows for gentle insertion
- Trumpet design for secure placement
- Emergency kits available – include foil packages of lubricating jelly
- Individually packaged, sterile
Dimensions: 4" H x 8" W x .75" D (packaged)
Weight: 0.7 oz
Small but effective
Posted by Carlos huerta on 02 05 2016
The npa is used for basic airway management this a great product at a great price
Good Product, but....
Posted by Jacob Fannin on 01 12 2016
The actual NPA works fine. However it's packaging is not great. The package is larger than is has to be, the lube is separate and harder to keep together.
Posted by Christopher W. on 01 08 2016
My go to for NPA's. Works as indicated
Posted by Unknown on 01 07 2016
Good NPA. It works well for trauma kits.
Good deal, durable
Posted by Joey on 01 07 2016
I've carried one of these daily for over a year, the packaging has held up in a cargo pocket, so I turned to Rescue Essentials to buy another one. Thanks!
Posted by Unknown on 12 05 2015
Prior reviewer mentioned getting largest size and cut to reduce length. It should be noted that as size increases, not only length but diameter increases. Factor that into your purchase.
Posted by George Klotz on 04 14 2015
Direct replacement for NPR issued in Army IFAK & IFAK II.
packaging is the drawback
Posted by Peter C on 03 03 2014
Its clean and sterile packaging, but over sized for what it needs to do. Also the lubrication is separate from the nose hose, and hard to keep together. The hose itself is high quality.
Posted by Robert Klenka on 02 10 2014
The tube feels of good quality, not to stiff but still flexible enough. I would get the largest size with the thought of cutting it shorter if needed. The packing it comes in could be a little smaller though to fit easier in kits.