Custom Intubation Enclosure
Helps protect doctors and nurses from COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
* Original design by Dr. Lai Hsien-Yung
3/16” Acrylic or Polycarbonate
(based on material availability)
20” W x 20” H x 16” D
4” diameter access holes
Innova-Safety is a leading niche manufacturer of highly engineered, professional safety and rescue equipment used in high-height anchorage and fall arrest applications. Its fall protection trolleys guard tens of thousands of workers every day from falls.
With our expertise in manufacturing safety equipment, we are ready and committed to help protect those medical professionals serving on the front lines by providing a range of custom safety product solutions.
The Custom Intubation Enclosure provides a temporary barrier between doctor and patient, and helps protect the doctor during the intubation process from the contraction of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Our products are proudly designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA.
The Custom Intubation Enclosure should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after each use. Acrylic and polycarbonate can be cleaned with Bleach – household grade; Isopropyl Alcohol, diluted with water to 30% strength; or Hydrogen Peroxide – pharmacy grade. This cleaning will degrade the product and after a limited number of uses the product will have to be cleaned and disinfected and disposed of as medical waste, and replaced.
The Custom Intubation Enclosure must be closely inspected at regular intervals, and before and after each use for wear, cracks, broken seals, and its continued ability to perform its stated function. If your enclosure does not pass the above inspection, remove it from service and destroy it.
The Custom Intubation Enclosure provides a temporary barrier between medical personnel and patient but is not rated to stop the spread of infectious disease and will not prevent infectious disease, virus, or germs from exiting the enclosure. It is the sole responsibility of purchaser and medical staff to disinfect between uses and to minimize the spread of any infectious disease when using the equipment.
Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation (04:18)
A simulated patient cough was performed without and with an aerosol box. The box reduced the amount of material expelled from the cough that ended up on the clinician. Thus, the barrier enclosure provided some additional protection and could be considered to be an adjunct to standard Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).