Pediatric Nasal cannula for polysomnography
Nasal cannula for newborn, for polysomnography in sleep laboratory
Pediatric nasal cannulas for newborn (up to 10 months)
CNSAC pediatric nasal cannulas provide a high wearing comfort during sleep as well as an excellent signal quality during polysomnography (PSG) examination in sleep lab
- Tube length: 180 cm (6 ft)
- Distance between nasal prongs: 7,6 mm
- With Luer-Lock connector male
- 25 pcs. per pack
In sleep diagnostics which is also called polysomnography (PSG), nasal cannulas are mainly used to measure nasal/oral airflow and snoring. During a PSG examination, various physiological measurements are taken to record including the brain waveform (EEG), eye movements (EOG), muscle tension (EMG), respiration and cardiac activity. The nasal cannulas are used to measure respiratory flow as well as snoring during sleep examinations and sleep screening.
Because of the standard Luer-Lock connector, CNSAC nasal cannulas are compatible with all devices with a Luer-Lock connector side, such as:
- Nihon Kohden
- Schwarzer and Xltek (Natus)
- Philips Respironics / Alice Systeme
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the compatibility of our nasal cannulas with your device. We will be happy to help!