Endotracheals made easy in your veterinary clinic

Endotracheals made easy in your veterinary clinic

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Apr 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

Endotracheal tube holder

We made this holder to keep our endotracheal tubes organized and easily accessible. It's made out of Plexiglas and we cut different-sized holes for the different-sized tubes to fit through. Then we labeled each hole with the corresponding tube size. It's a great way to keep track of our tubes.

—Amanda Bader, LVT
Ashley Veterinary Clinic
Ashley, N.D.

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