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June 1958

Tray for Bedside Tracheotomy Care

Author Affiliations

Winston-Salem, N. C.
Division of Surgery, Department of Otolaryngology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest College and the North Carolina Baptist Hospital.

AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1958;67(6):714. doi:10.1001/archotol.1958.00730010730008
Abstract

The tray shown in Figure 1 for bedside use tracheotomized patients has been useful in standardizing and simplifying the care of these patients.

The component stainless steel parts are from standard hospital stock-room supplies, except for the top, which is cut from a flat stainless steel sheet. Holes are cut to fit A, B, and C in Figure 2. The edges of the top are rolled to fit over tray D.

Fig. 1.— tray for bedside tracheotomy care. Size: 17−11−4 in.

Fig. 2.—Component parts of tray: A, stainless steel catheter tray, size 9×5×2 in. B, stainless steel iodine cup, size 4½×2⅝ in. C, vacuum bottle with automatic float cut-off. D, stainless steel tray, size 17×11×4 in. E, top, cut from sheet of stainless steel.

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