A coated endotracheal tube is a tube that has been coated with antithrombotic agents to prevent biofilm formation. By preventing bacterial colonization and biofilm formation, coating lowers the risk of ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). The endotracheal tubes are linked to a ventilator, which supplies enough oxygen to the patient. Endotracheal intubation is the process of inserting an endotracheal tube (EI). Endotracheal tubes come in a variety of styles, including cuffed, uncuffed, and reinforced.
An inflatable cuff surrounds a cuffed endotracheal tube, which is used to provide an airway through the trachea while also preventing aspiration of foreign materials such as saliva or vomitus into the bronchus.
However, the reinforced endotracheal tube segment is expected to grow faster during the forecast period due to increased use during surgery and recent technological advancements in endotracheal tubes. Furthermore, the rising incidence of traffic accidents and trauma injuries will drive segment growth during the forecast period.
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