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All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. A smarter means of mask ventilation for both you and your patient
All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. Leak-Free. Designed for DMV. Mitigates Oral Trauma. Designed For Anesthesiology.
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Traditional facemask designs can not handle Difficult Mask Ventilation (DMV) well. Obesity Facial hair The elderly Lack of dentition Limited jaw protrusion Current facemasks create a seal on the outside of a patient’s face Hard plastic mask systems and rigid OPAs can easily damage teeth and soft tissue Promotes patient anxiety Hand fatigue All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. Why Traditional facemasks fall short
The NuMask Solution: All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. Air tight seal, regardless of facial hair, lack of dentition, obesity or facial trauma Increase patient comfort Helps mitigate patient anxiety Decreases hand fatigue An IntraOral Mask (IOM®) that seals in front of the teeth and behind the lips like a snorkel mouthpiece
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What medical professionals are saying about NuMask “NuMask is an essential piece of emergency equipment and is on all airway carts and available at all anesthetizing locations at our hospital and the outpatient surgery centers we serve.” - Ted Burdumy, M.D., MBA, Medical Director, Department of Anesthesia, Marian Medical Ctr, Santa Maria, CA “The perfect device for any potential difficult airway patient.” - Sudha Sahgal, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California “The NuMask is fantastic. There is no better facemask to use in edentulous and bearded patients than the NuMask.” - Dr. Rudolf Mononyane, Wits University, Department of Anesthesiology, Johannesburg, SA “Several of my partners including myself use the mask. We are impressed with how easily we are able to ventilate patients with difficult airways. We were glad to add this tool to our difficult airway cart.” - Will Kellogg, MD, Anesthesiologist, Gig Harbor, WA All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Training: IOM® Placement Insert one NuMask flap under patient’s lip/cheek, but in front of the teeth All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
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Training: OPA Placement OPA tabs rest just in front of teeth The IOM is then inserted Standard OPA insertion (insert and invert) All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
IOM® and OPA in Patient OPA is visible through the translucent IOM OPA tabs fit in the base of the IOM All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Proper NuMask Grips Ventilate from Any Position Side of patientHead of patient Memorize the following 2 Rules: Nose is pinched closed Fingers and hand completely (or almost!) surround and close the lips around the stem of NuMask All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
The NuMask Advantage in DMV Patients Common FacemaskNuMask® Prone to leaksLeak-free 2 Providers1 Provider Hand fatigueComfortable grip Extensive trainingMinutes of training Many sizes requiredOne size Short shelf-lifeExtended shelf-life All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
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