Professional Medical Tubes Manufacturer & Supplier

As a leading international company, JINYE takes pride in being a professional manufacturer and supplier of high-quality medical tubes. Our expertise covers a wide range of specialized products, including Stomach Feeding Tubes, Nasogastric Tubes, Enteral Feeding Tubes, Nasal Oxygen Cannulas, and Foley Catheters, including Urinary Catheters and Foley Catheter Balloons.

At JINYE, we understand the critical role these medical tubes play in patient care, and our unwavering commitment to innovation and precision is reflected in the reliability of our products. Choose JINYE as your trusted partner, and experience the assurance of superior quality in every medical tube we provide.

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Product Overview:

Product Name: Stomach Feeding Tube/Nasogastric Tube/Enteral Feeding Tube

Material: Medical Grade PVC

Color: Transparent

Mesh: 12×8,19×9, 20×12,19×15,24×20, or  requested

Size: Fr4,Fr6,Fr8,Fr10,Fr12,Fr14,Fr16,Fr18,Fr20,Fr22,Fr24

Length: 45cm,125cm or customized

Features: Disposable, convenient and safe

Product Name: Nasal Oxygen Cannula

Material: Medical grade PVC

Color: White, Green

Tube Length: 1.8m, 2m, 2.1m etc

Types: Straight Tip, Flared Tip, and Curved Tip are available.

Features: Made from non-toxic PVC, non-odorous, transparent and soft 

Product Name: Foley Catheter/Urinary Catheter/Foley Catheter Balloon

Material: Latex

Type: 2 way, 3 way

Size: FR-6/8/10/12/14/16/18/20/22/24/26/28/30

Tube Length: 40cm (Standard), 27cm (Pediatric)

Color:  Natural Latex Color

Specification: Fr6-Fr26

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The Application Of Medical Tubes

Medical tubes play a pivotal role in various healthcare applications, providing essential support and care to patients. At JINYE, our diverse range of medical tubes is designed to address specific medical needs, ensuring comfort, safety, and efficacy.

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Stomach Feeding Tube (Gastric Tube):
Application: Used for delivering nutrition directly to the stomach.
Scenario: Beneficial for patients who are unable to consume food orally due to medical conditions.

Nasogastric Tube:
Application: Facilitates the delivery of nutrition and medication directly to the stomach.
Scenario: Commonly employed for short-term nutritional support or gastric decompression.

Enteral Feeding Tube:
Application: Enables the administration of liquid nutrition directly into the gastrointestinal tract.
Scenario: Ideal for patients with difficulty swallowing or those requiring long-term nutritional support.

Nasal Oxygen Cannula:
Application: Delivers supplemental oxygen to patients via the nasal passages.
Scenario: Widely used for patients with respiratory issues or those requiring increased oxygen levels.

Foley Catheter (Urinary Catheter) with Foley Catheter Balloon:
Application: Manages urinary retention by draining urine from the bladder.
Scenario: Essential for patients undergoing surgery, those with urinary incontinence, or those requiring continuous bladder drainage.

Advantages of JINYE Medical Tubes

Choosing JINYE as your supplier for medical tubes comes with a myriad of advantages, as we prioritize innovation, quality, and patient well-being in every product. Here are the distinctive advantages of each type of medical tube we offer:

Stomach Feeding Tube (Gastric Tube):
Enhanced Durability: JINYE’s stomach feeding tubes are crafted from high-quality materials, ensuring long-lasting performance.
Optimal Compatibility: Designed for ease of use and compatibility with various nutritional solutions.

Nasogastric Tube:
Patient Comfort: JINYE’s nasogastric tubes are designed with patient comfort in mind, minimizing irritation during use.
Reliable Flow: Precision-engineered for consistent and reliable flow rates.

Enteral Feeding Tube:
Secure Placement: JINYE’s enteral feeding tubes are equipped with secure placement mechanisms to prevent accidental dislodgment.
Easy Administration: Facilitates easy and efficient administration of liquid nutrition.

Nasal Oxygen Cannula:
Soft and Flexible: JINYE’s nasal oxygen cannulas are crafted with soft and flexible materials for maximum patient comfort.
Efficient Oxygen Delivery: Designed to optimize oxygen delivery while minimizing discomfort.

Foley Catheter (Urinary Catheter) with Foley Catheter Balloon:
Infection Prevention: JINYE’s Foley catheters are designed with features to minimize the risk of urinary tract infections.
Balloon Integrity: Foley catheter balloons from JINYE are crafted for durability and reliable inflation.

The Purpose of Catheterization: Why and When Catheters are Essential

Catheters, particularly indwelling or Foley catheters, serve indispensable purposes in the realm of healthcare, catering to a spectrum of medical situations. Let’s delve into the key objectives of catheterization and why these devices play a pivotal role in patient care:

Relieving Urinary Retention and Alleviating Discomfort:
The primary goal is to provide relief to patients experiencing urinary retention by facilitating the drainage of urine, thereby reducing pain and discomfort.

Hourly Urine Output Monitoring in Critical Situations:
In critical scenarios such as resuscitating severely ill or shocked patients, catheterization allows for precise hourly urine output measurement, providing crucial insights into the patient’s condition.

Bladder Emptying for Pelvic Surgeries:
Indwelling catheters are essential for pelvic surgeries, ensuring the bladder remains empty, reducing the risk of inadvertent injury, and facilitating a clear surgical field.

Postoperative Drainage to Aid Healing:
Post-surgery, catheters aid in drainage, alleviating abdominal pressure, and promoting optimal wound healing by preventing the accumulation of urine in the surgical area.

Managing Urinary Incontinence and Wound Care:
Catheters are employed in patients dealing with urinary incontinence or those with wounds in the perineal area, ensuring continuous drainage to maintain cleanliness and dryness, thereby facilitating wound recovery.

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When to Use Nasal Oxygen Cannulas

In the realm of respiratory support, Nasal Oxygen Cannulas stand out as a crucial tool, seamlessly connecting to oxygen delivery systems to offer a consistent and stable supply of oxygen. This not only alleviates breathing difficulties but also enhances oxygen concentration, ultimately improving the respiratory condition of patients.

Chronic Bronchitis (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – COPD):
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas are instrumental in providing supplemental oxygen to individuals with chronic bronchitis, helping them manage symptoms and breathe more comfortably.

Emphysema (COPD):
Patients with emphysema benefit from Nasal Oxygen Cannulas, which aid in maintaining optimal oxygen levels and easing respiratory distress associated with this progressive lung condition.

Cor Pulmonale (Pulmonary Heart Disease):
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas play a crucial role in supporting patients with cor pulmonale by ensuring a steady supply of oxygen to ease the strain on the heart and lungs.

Pulmonary Embolism and Pneumonia:
In cases of pulmonary embolism or pneumonia, Nasal Oxygen Cannulas assist in maintaining adequate oxygen levels, promoting healing, and supporting respiratory function.

Bronchial Asthma:
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas aid individuals with bronchial asthma by providing supplemental oxygen during episodes, improving airflow, and relieving respiratory distress.

Sleep Apnea Syndrome:
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas are employed in managing sleep apnea, ensuring a continuous flow of oxygen to prevent interruptions in breathing during sleep.

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS):
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas become vital in cases of ARDS, providing crucial respiratory support during acute episodes of respiratory distress.

Altitude Sickness (High Altitude):
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas are beneficial for individuals experiencing altitude sickness, aiding in the adaptation to lower oxygen levels at high elevations.

Other Hypoxia Symptoms Requiring Oxygen Supplementation:
Nasal Oxygen Cannulas prove indispensable in various conditions where oxygen supplementation is necessary to address hypoxia symptoms effectively.

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Why Choose JINYE Medical Tubes

JINYE Medical Tubes undergo rigorous quality control processes, ensuring they meet and exceed international standards. Our commitment to providing high-quality products guarantees reliability and safety in diverse medical scenarios.

We pride ourselves on incorporating cutting-edge design and technology into our medical tubes. JINYE constantly strives to stay ahead in the industry, offering innovative solutions that enhance patient care, comfort, and overall medical outcomes.

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Where Excellence Meets Commitment in Healthcare Solutions

At JINYE, our company is fortified by a team of seasoned professionals dedicated to the field of international trade and healthcare solutions. Our experts bring years of collective experience, ensuring that our products, including medical tubes, are curated with precision and adhere to the highest industry standards. This wealth of expertise is the backbone of JINYE, driving our commitment to delivering excellence in every aspect of our operations.

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Common Questions

Most Popular Questions.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Medical Tubes

Stomach Feeding Tubes are typically inserted through the nose or mouth, guided down the esophagus, and into the stomach using imaging techniques.

Stomach Feeding Tubes are often used for patients with difficulty swallowing, neurological conditions, or those requiring long-term nutritional support.

Yes, Stomach Feeding Tubes can be adapted for use in infants to provide necessary nutrition.

While both are inserted through the nose, Nasogastric Tubes are primarily for short-term use, such as gastric decompression or diagnostic procedures.

Placement is verified through various methods, including measuring pH levels of aspirated stomach contents or using imaging techniques like X-rays.

Yes, there are various types, including nasoenteric tubes for short-term use and surgically placed gastrostomy or jejunostomy tubes for long-term nutritional support.

Nasal Oxygen Cannulas deliver a continuous flow of oxygen through two prongs placed in the nostrils, ensuring a steady supply to the patient.

Yes, Nasal Oxygen Cannulas are adaptable for pediatric use, providing supplemental oxygen for infants and children.

Common types include indwelling (Foley) catheters, intermittent catheters, and external catheters (condom catheters).

Indwelling catheters are typically changed every 4-6 weeks, while intermittent catheters are single-use and discarded after each use.

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