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EXSALTA is the first suction pump that uses LOW FLOW for airway clearance. The peristaltic pump maintains a gentle low flow while providing the needed suction pressures for clearing the airways.

Why use gentle low flow to clear patient airways?

  • More comfortable for the patient
  • Clears secretions as effectively as high-flow suction
  • Adjust the suction pressure without changing the gentle low flow.

EXtract Secretions And Leave The Air

  • The EXSALTA is a microprocessor-controlled tabletop suction device that offers clinicians smart technology intended to help mitigate adverse events and reduce discomfort associated with standard suctioning techniques.
  • EXSALTA uses peristaltic action to move fluids from the patient to a collection canister at a fixed low flow rate of ~1 L/min. The user selects a desired suction pressure level that operates independent of the flow rate.
  • EXSALTA was built to gain control over the rate at which secretions and air are evacuated from the patient’s lungs. It is known that suctioning a patient’s airways is associated with adverse events, such as hypoxemia, atelectasis, bradycardia, tachycardia, and airway mucosal damage. It is hypothesized that the severity of these adverse events are intensified due to excessive evacuation of air from the patient’s lungs during removal of secretions with high flow suction.
Exsalta machine

Smart suction is gentle low-flow operation with all the secretion removal efficiency of high-flow suction.

EXSALTA is a new smart suction device designed to help reduce patient discomfort.