Laryngology and Tracheostomy

A wide range of devices for Laryngology and Tracheostomy, including: cannulas, T-tubes, laryngeal and pharyngeal tubes.


  • After the surgical reconstruction of the larynx or the partial laryngectomy.
  • Laryngeal or tracheal stenosis, laryngotracheal or oesophageal stenosis.
  • Subglottal stenosis; carcinoma of the oesophagus.
  • Fistulas of different aetiology.
  • After tracheal resection and anastomosis or tracheal reconstruction.
  • Trachea or larynx trauma.
  • Replacing conventional tracheal cannula.
  • Remote or precarinal tracheal injuries. Tracheotomised with short neck.
  • Secondary access to the airway.
  • Upper airway obstruction.
  • Lesions of thyroid or cricoids cartilages, hyoid bones or large vessels.
  • Neck severe subcutaneous emphysema.
  • Facial and jawbone fractures.
  • Control of excessive secretions of the respiratory tract.
  • Reduction of aspiration of oral and gastric secretions.
  • Preparation for invasive procedures of head and neck.
  • Sleep apnoea.
  • Tracheotomised in laryngeal rehabilitation or with possible phonation.
  • To preserve the tracheostomy hole.