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Daisy Wheel Tube Support

Contact your local Intersurgical representative to discuss our Festive Daisy Offer!
Intersurgical's tube support is designed to secure a breathing system close to the patient.

Available in two sizes, the tube support holds in place 10, 15, 22 and 30mm tubes while a smaller groove grips monitoring lines and cables. Other features and benefits include:

• Sizes available to hold adult, paediatric and neonatal breathing systems
• Flexible body for optimal positioning
• Stronger than most makeshift supports
• Holds both the breathing system and monitoring line
• Minimises strain on the patient.

Our Daisy Wheel tube support complements our tube management programme which includes tube clips, tube management clip and grip. They are designed to position our breathing systems efficiently around the patient area providing a safe and tidy environment, whilst reducing the risk of disconnection and patient trauma.

View the supporting video and information sheet which provide more information about this range.

ARTP National Conference 2020

Visit us on Stand 14 to view our full Home Care range.
We are delighted to be attending the annual conference hosted by the Association for Respiratory Technology & Physiology showing our full Home Care product range including:

• Novus nasal CPAP mask
• MiniMe®2 paediatric nasal NIV mask
• Pulmo-Protect™ lung function filter
• Nasal Cannula with ear guards
• Intersurgical EcoLite™ range of oxygen and aerosol masks

We look forward to seeing you and welcoming you to our stand.

Intersurgical’s Opening Hours for Christmas and New Year 2019/2020

View our opening hours and delivery schedule for Christmas and New Year here.
Friday 20th December:  Open normal hours - Delivery charge incurred if required by 24th December. Standard delivery will be received week commencing 30th December.
Please note – Pallet deliveries will be received week commencing 30th December.

Monday 23rd December:  Open normal hours - Delivery charge incurred if required by 24th December.  Standard delivery will be received week commencing 30th December.
Please note – Pallet deliveries will be received week commencing 30th December.

Tuesday 24th December: Opening hours - 8.30am – 1.00pm – Delivery charge incurred if urgent delivery required for 27th/30th – Order must be received by 10.30am.
Standard delivery will be received week ending 3rd January.

Wednesday 25th December:  Closed - Bank Holiday

Thursday 26th December: Closed - Bank Holiday

Friday 27th December:

Monday 30th December:

Tuesday 31st January: Closed

Wednesday 1st January: Closed – Bank Holiday

Thursday 2nd January:
 Open - Resume normal business hours 8.30am – 5:00pm.

Please note if you have a Standing Order with a scheduled delivery date of the 1st of January this will be delivered week commencing 30th December unless otherwise advised. If you have any queries relating to this please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service on 0118 965 6376 during our opening hours.

Thank you for your continued support and we wish you a wonderful holiday season and every success in 2020.

2019 Photo Calendar – December’s Winning Entry!

Jeannette Wright of Croydon University Hospital takes December’s spot in our 2019 Photo Calendar.
Jeannette snapped Mr Fox relaxing in the snow in Caterham, Surrey. His gorgeous auburn colourings stood out amongst the wintery surroundings, the perfect image to represent the month of December.

You can now view both our 2019 and 2020 calendars via the pdf links below.

We have recently announced the winners of our 2020 Photo Calendar Competition themed ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’. See the winning entries and request your free copy here.

London Trauma Conference 2019

Visit Intersurgical at the London Trauma Conference and view our Resuscitation and Emergency Care range.
This four day event is packed full of presentations, keynote lectures and panel discussions covering topics including cardiac arrest, trauma and pre-hospital care. We will be demonstrating our full Resuscitation and Emergency Care range including:

• i-view™ video laryngoscope
• i-gel® supraglottic airway range
• BVMs
• Airway management accessories
• Oxygen therapy medium and high concentration masks
• And lots more…

We look forward to welcoming you to our stand!

Find out who won our 2020 Photo Calendar Competition!

The theme for this years’ competition was ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’ (suggested by Nicola Long, Queens Hospital, Stafford). We were inundated with an array of breath-taking shots which perfectly fitted our brief. Our winning image, a Wind Farm taken at Formby Beach, Southport was definitely the breath of fresh air we were looking for.

Andrew Burns of The Northern Care Alliance Group took this winning photo, which takes our front page slot and is perfect for the month of June. Andrew has chosen to support the charity Teenage Cancer Trust with his winning prize donation of £500.

The 12 winning entries are:

January: Mark Weir – Aintree University Hospital
February: Elaine Winkley – Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust
March: Martin Quinton – Sheffield Children’s Hospital
April: Wendy Barrett – Airedale General Hospital
May: Ann Marie Wilson - ScotSTAR Neonatal Team, Scottish Ambulance Service
June: (Winner) Andrew Burns - The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group
July: Duncan Robjohns – Manchester University Foundation Trust
August: Julie Lehman - County Hospital, Stafford
September: Michael Glowala – York Hospital
October: Nigel Parsons  - Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust
November: Lee Blackman – Salford Royal
December: Alastair Jakeman – York Teaching Hospital

We would like to thank all of our participants for sending in their photos and congratulations to our winners!

Click here to request a free copy of our 2020 Photo Calendar, or click on the link below to view the pdf version.

2019 Photo Calendar – November’s Winning Entry!

Terry Morgan of Freeman Hospital takes November’s spot on our 2019 Photo Calendar.
Terry captured this image, one of which we are all familiar with, outside the hospital grounds in Newcastle upon Tyne. The image stood out from the rest of the wildlife entries so we chose it to represent the month of November. View the 2019 calendar below.

We have recently announced the winners of our 2020 Photo Calendar Competition themed ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’. See the winning entries and request your free copy here.

Acute & General Medicine Conference 2019

Visit us on Stand AA30 at the Acute & General Medicine Conference.
This years conference is joint with the Anaesthesia and Critical Care Conference and you can find us in this section of the exhibition hall discussing our complete package in respiratory care.

On our stand you can view the following products from our range:
  • i-view™ video laryngoscope
  • ClearLite™ anaesthetic masks
  • Airway management devices
  • Patient Interfaces
  • Breathing system solutions

We look forward to welcoming you to our stand.

2019 Photo Calendar – October’s winning entry!

Carrie-Ann Goodbrand from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary takes the October spot in our 2019 photo calendar.

This gorgeous highland cow is a favourite in the office and cheers us up as the Summer comes to an end. We thought October was the perfect month for Carrie-Ann’s fabulous picture.

Time’s Up. Entry to our Calendar Competition 2020 has now closed. Winners will be announced on 31st October. Good luck to all those who entered.

Did you know…

…Intersurgical can provide the complete solution for pain relief?
Since the early 1960’s, in the UK, analgesic gas has been used extensively and successfully in emergency care and to help alleviate pain in childbirth. Currently there are many other therapeutic indications for the use of this gas, such as: trauma, burns, reduction of simple fractures, dental, endoscopy and transport.

Designed specifically for use with the various brands of the analgesic gas of a 50% oxygen and 50% nitrous oxide mixture administered via a variable flow meter, there are three ways that this gas can be administered and Intersurgical have a breathing system solution for all three:

• free flow via a variable flow meter
• remote cylinder or wall mounted demand valve
• hand-held demand valve

Click here to find the right solution for your patient. Alternatively, contact your local representative and arrange a product demonstration.


Annual Congress of Anaesthesiology (CAI)

May 20 - May 21 2021

SASWR Virtual Conference

June 17 2021

Association of Anaesthetist’s Hybrid Trainee Conference

St. James' Park Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 4ST
July 8 - July 9 2021
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