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Product Description:

Type: Tracheostomy tube with inner cannula

Size: 6 mm inner diameter (ID)

Cuffed: Yes, with a high-volume, low-pressure cuff for secure airway sealing

Inner cannula: Disposable, flexible, and easily removed for cleaning

Distal extension: Provides additional length for patients with tracheal stenosis, malacia, or other conditions requiring deeper placement

Material: Soft, flexible plastic for comfort and ease of use


  • Extended length: Facilitates proper placement in patients with longer tracheal lengths or specific anatomical challenges.
  • High-volume, low-pressure cuff: Minimizes the risk of tracheal damage while providing a secure seal for optimal ventilation.
  • ISO sizing: Indicates the inner cannula size for easy identification and replacement.
  • Soft, free-swiveling neck flange: Improves comfort and stability while allowing easy inspection of the stoma site.
  • Tip-to-tip radiopaque line: Facilitates proper tube placement during X-ray imaging.
  • Latex-free: Minimizes the risk of allergic reactions.
  • Sterile and individually packaged: Ensures safe and hygienic use.

Potential benefits of using the Shiley™ 60XLTCD:

  • Improved airway management: The extended length and cuff ensure proper placement and prevent leaks, leading to improved ventilation.
  • Enhanced comfort: The soft, flexible material and distal extension provide a comfortable fit for patients with specific anatomical needs.
  • Easy cleaning and maintenance: The disposable inner cannula allows for easy cleaning and replacement, promoting hygiene and reducing the risk of infection.
  • Reduced risk of complications: The extended length and high-volume, low-pressure cuff minimize the risk of complications like tracheal stenosis and granulation tissue formation.
  • Versatility: The 6 mm size and distal extension make this tube suitable for a variety of patients.

It is important to note that the Shiley™ 60XLTCD should only be used under the supervision of a healthcare professional. The specific needs of each patient will determine the appropriate size, length, and cuff options for their tracheostomy tube.