Products

NAZORCAP™ SAMPLER Model No. 9112-T (40" Model) 9112-T/F4 or M4 (10 Foot Models)*

 Disposable Nasal/Oral O2 Delivery and Gas Sampling Device which Provides Simultaneous and Selective Nasal/Oral  ETCO2 Monitoring and Nasal/Oral Oxygen Delivery

By incorporating NAZORCAP™ cannula products into your monitoring routine, significant progress will be made towards optimizing patient safety and comfort.  The method, apparatus and design of the NAZORCAP™ cannula products permit optimal monitoring and observation by the practitioner of a patient’s airway, breathing patterns (rate, regularity, rhythmicity, depth and character) and capnographic display apparatus; thereby improving the efficiency, safety, comfort and overall effectiveness of the anesthesia and operatory techniques.  In particular, prompt, effective detection of hypoventilation, hyperventilation, apnea and/or obstruction is enabled and enhanced.  A special and unique feature of the NAZORCAP™ 9112-T cannula is that it enables the practitioner to sample respired gases at the nose and/or mouth; thereby enhancing optimal risk avoidance.


FEATURES:
-40 Inch or 10 Foot Tubing Length
-Tapered Oxygen Fitting or Optional Oxygen Bushing
Compatible with Various Size Tubing Used in Medical Facilities

-Simultaneous Oral/Nasal ETCO2 Monitoring and Oxygen Delivery
-Provides Optimal Quality Capnographic Waveforms

-Optional Bacterial Filter

-Male or Female Luer Fitting

-Enhanced Patient Comfort & Reliability

APPLICATIONS:
   Operating Room
   Recovery Room
   Critical Care
    Surgery Center
    Emergency Room
    MRI/CT Scan
    Endoscopy Maxillofacial/Dental
    Sleep Apnea Study

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Products

NAZORCAP™ SAMPLER Model No. 9801-F4/M4

 Disposable Adult Nasal ETCO2 Sampling and Nasal Oxygen Delivering Cannula

​By incorporating NAZORCAP™ cannula products into your monitoring routine, significant progress will be made towards optimizing patient safety and comfort.  The method, apparatus and design of the NAZORCAP™ cannula products permit optimal monitoring and observation by the practitioner of a patient’s airway, breathing patterns (rate, regularity, rhythmicity, depth and character) and capnographic display apparatus; thereby improving the efficiency, safety, comfort and overall effectiveness of the anesthesia and operatory techniques.  In particular, prompt, effective detection of hypoventilation, hyperventilation, apnea and/or obstruction is enabled and enhanced. 

FEATURES:
-Nasal ETCO2 Monitoring and Oxygen Delivery
-10 Foot Tubing Length
-Oxygen Bushing
-Oxygen Delivery System
-Nasal ETCO2 Monitoring and Nasal/Oral Oxygen Delivery
-Bacterial Filter
-Male or Female Luer Fitting
-Enhanced Patient Comfort & Reliability

APPLICATIONS:
Operating Room

Recovery Room
Critical Care

Surgery Center
Emergency Room
MRI/CT Scan

Endoscopy Maxillofacial/Dental
Sleep Apnea Study

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Products

AirWave™ Model No. 0802 (S, M, L)

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External Airway Position Support
(Available in Small, Medium or Large)

For use in any circumstance where a patient's airway might  be compromised.

Flexible design elements provide for varying neck/jaw shapes & sizes.  The Velcro attachment strap allows for ease of adjustability for more or less support as deemed necessary by the practitioner.

APPLICATIONS:

Anesthesia Block Areas
Operating Room
Recovery Room
Critical Care
Surgicenter
Ophthalmology
Emergency Room
MRI/CT Scan
Endoscopy
Maxillofacial/Dental
Sleep Apnea Study

Provides balance and support for hands-free external airway positioning.

The basic technique known for keeping the patient’s airway open is to tilt the head back, lift the chin upwards and displace the mandible anteriorly.  This is sometimes referred to as the triple airway maneuver.

Simply making breathing easier!


Airway Technology

During the administration of procedural sedation/anesthesia varying degrees of airway obstruction occur along a dose-related continuum of depression of level of consciousness. Traditionally the attending experienced anesthesia provider has enlisted the use of their manual airway maintenance techniques (chin lift, neck tilt and jaw thrust/triple airway maneuver) and available tools (oral and nasal airways and various derivations of stabilizing head rests) to intervene and remedy these occurrences. Of particular significance is that it is often also necessary to simultaneously increase the amount of sedation so that the patient will tolerate these otherwise uncomfortable, invasive and sometimes substantially injurious methods.


Ergo the development of the AirWave.



Intuitively what is required is an apparatus which will assist the practitioner in conducting these maneuvers, thereby improving overall efficiency, efficacy and most importantly safety.

NASORCAP's AIRWAVE product line brings innovation, safety, and ease to the healthcare provider's fingertips!

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Products

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NAZORCAP™ Bite Guard/Tube Protector (Model No. 1801)

-Outer soft, non-absorbent polyethylene sheath encasing crush resisting PVC with suction conduit.


-Clean, non-sterile; ethanol cleansed and individually wrapped to prevent cross contamination.


-Cost effective and ready to use. 


-No need for time-consuming rolling and taping of gauze. 


-Satisfaction assured.

Products

NAZORCAP™ SAMPLER* ENDOCAP Model No. 1709 M4 /F4

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  Pricing:  $65.25/carton of 15 units. 


Continuous, Reliable Nasal/Oral Monitoring

Supplemental Oxygen Delivery

Available with Male (M4) or Female F4) Filter

Ten (10) Foot Tubing Length

Non-Latex Strap (22" Length)

Slide Cannula from Bite Block for Continued Monitoring in Recovery Room

Cost Effective, Pre-Assembled, Latex-Free and Ready to Use

*US Patent No. 9,867,554 B2 

Custom Bite Block (also sold separately)

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  $33.75/carton of 25 units with strap   

Insert Cannula into Bite Block

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 Patented Oral/Nasal Cannula Inserted  

Reasons to Use Our Products

Additional Information

Our premium capnography cannula samples CO2 both nasally and orally. 

(Models 9112-T, 9112-T F4 or M4, and 1709-F4 or M4):  

All of our products are easily applied, reliable and user friendly.  Multiple studies have established that capnography detects respiratory changes, especially respiratory distress effectively.   


Quality Assurance

NASORCAP is committed to providing its customers with breathing support/monitoring products whose performance exceeds accepted standard of care models. By providing these products to our customers, we optimize patient safety and care, enhance risk avoidance measures thereby improving cost/benefit ratios.

NASORCAP has consistently maintained all requirements necessary to remain in good standing with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Procedural Sedation  

Patient safety remains the primary goal during procedural sedation, and monitoring breathing is an important step in achieving this objective. To do so, NASORCAP's capnography cannulas effectively monitor a patient’s breathing, as well as deliver supplement oxygen, while our other products provide an early indication of airway compromise and assist the practitioner in maintaining a patent airway.

Our premium capnographic cannula features an innovative interface that samples carbon dioxide from both the nose and mouth, while delivering supplemental oxygen and producing optimal quality waveforms. The combination of our products produce an accurate, reliable, and easy-to-use assessment of a patient's breathing regardless of patient type or procedure.

Risk Avoidance/Airway Compromise, Airway Support, Capnographic Monitoring...

A model for patient safety, NASORCAP provides its products for the sole purpose of enhancing patient care. We realize that patient safety is paramount. Our product line enhances the ability of the caregiver and the facility to virtually eliminate exposure to risk within the healthcare milleu.

Using our breathing-focused product line, risk avoidance is maximized. Capnographic monitoring for all patients undergoing procedural sedation is strongly recommended by the medical and health care community. 

NASORCAP strives to bring respiratory monitoring vigilance to the next level. By offering additional care modalities, we have brought virtual instantaneous recognition of the apneic event to the forefront.  As a direct result, health care professionals will develop and hone their airway management skills and expertise.

Heightened scrutiny by patient safety advocates and the other medical communities has arisen regarding over-sedation of patients and other adverse effects related to procedural sedation. Recent analyses have revealed that 60% of adverse perioperative events could have been prevented with the use of capnographic monitoring.   

Risk management needs to re-focus its efforts and begin to implement these benefits associated with the use of capnography and the advent of improved respiratory support techniques and breathing vigilance. 



*US Patent No. 9,867,554 B2

*US Patent No. 9,867,554 B2