Helping improve patient outcomes
Indication by design. Your application. Your choice.
With millions of chest drains sold worldwide, Getinge knows that one chest drain does not necessarily fit all applications. Getinge’s innovative Indication By Design platform sets a new bar for clinical performance, providing a full line of chest drainage products designed to meet the needs of the most challenging cardiac, thoracic, and pediatric patients.
Getinge offers a complete assortment of high-performance chest drains tailored to suit your specific needs. Each drain is crafted of quality materials, each upholding the Getinge commitment to patient safety and comfort.
Thoracic Drainage Brochures
More information about our Atrium drain family, including model comparisons.
A family of drains to fit your needs
Watch this video to learn about the differences between our Ocean, Oasis, and Express Drains. Choose the drain that fits your needs.
The Express Mini 500 is a full-featured mobile chest drain. These small, portable drainage collection units with pre-set suction help patients become ambulatory with the convenient, easy-to-wear “get mobile” size.
The Pneumostat Chest Drain Valve is a disposable, single use chest drain valve with a small, graduated 30 ml collection capacity integrated with a novel one-way dry seal valve technology.
The PleuraGuide Disposable Chest Tube Kit is designed to make bedside chest tube insertion fast, easy and organized. The PleuraGuide Kit is a “greener” disposable solution and a more streamlined, cost effective option for your hospital.
Getinge - The Thoracic Drain Education Company
Getinge is committed to supporting all your chest drain educational needs! Do you need handbooks, quick setup guides or printable posters?
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