STAL on Yankauer

Vomited Blood Matter With and Without STAL on Yankauer

Been here, Done this?

Been here? Done this?
Been here? Done this?

You never know what will come back at you when you introduce a Yankauer into a patients mouth. At the microbial level it does not matter whether you see a volumous spray or are just in the airstream of a "retching". The STAL stops expectorants at their source and redirects them away from the practitioner.

Blood Stalled by STAL

Blood Stalled by STAL
Blood Stalled by STAL

You can clearly see the shielding and re-redirecting of fluid "vomit" from the model. Seldom are practitioners 'straight-armed' and far from the patients mouth when this occurs.

Yankauer Suction Tube Shield


Two Yankauers set down on dirty floor between uses. One lays directly in the dirt picking up debris and depositing biohazards from patient. The one with the STAL sits up and clear of any contaminated surface and isolates both the handle and tip from cross contamination.

 

 

 

 

Yankauer Suction Tube Shield

 

Which one in your patients mouth?

Shows the Yankauers about to be re-used...which one for your patient? We know what is right - now there is a solution!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video of coughed particulate without STAL - click frame by frame of the 7 second segment and see the 'cloud' that envelopes the practitioners hand. This is fine sawdust 'coughed' through some 3/8" suction tubing to approximate a human cough.

Coughed Particulate with STAL

In the frames of the initial second you can see the particulate coughed by the model being deflected and re-directed away from the practitioner. The contaminating cloud that would otherwise be in the caregivers inhalation zone is stopped at the source. Clean-up expense and return to service times are reduced, potential for workforce infection is greatly reduced.

 

STAL Shield and Stand Kit
STAL Shield and Stand Kit
STAL Suction Kit
STAL Suction Kit

 

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