TubaInsert® & TubaVent® short

Single use insertion instrument for inserting TubaVent® short into the Tuba Eustachii


The well-known reliability of the sterilisable combined insertion instrument applies to the single use insertion instrument as well. The single use insertion instrument was developed based on experience and in close cooperation with its users.
Typ 45°
  • TubaInsert® - Type 45°, sterile, 10 pcs/box, short curve
    (Art. No. 2080-2045)
  • TubaInsert® -Type Ulm (60°), sterile, 10 pcs/box 
    (Art. No. 2080-2010)
  • TubaInsert® -Type 70°, sterile, 10 pcs/box 
    (Art. No. 2080-2070)

Characteristics of the TubaInsert®

  • Improved handling due to a shorter insertion distance in case of narrow anatomic conditions, 
for example in children
  • Three different geometries matching any anatomy are offered
  • Optimal ergonomics and a serrated surface allow comfortable and safe handling
  • Compatible in length with TubaVent® short
  • The single use insertion instrument allows to skip lengthy reprocessing (after use)
  • Especially well suited for first-time users


Only for use with TubaVent®short catheter!

Not suitable for use with the TubaVent® catheter!

Prof. Tisch

Prof. Dr. med. habil. Matthias Tisch
Honorary Doctorate in Medicine
Jordan University of
Science and Technology (JUST),
Medical Director Clinic and
Polyclinic for Otolaryngology,
Head and Neck Surgery
Bundeswehr Hospital Ulm

The new TubaInsert® provides the benefits of a disposable instrument combined with the functionality of a sucker and an insertion aid. The smaller disposable insertion instrument offers improved functionality and better handling particularly in children, and allows a more direct contact with the patient.

Prof. Dr. M. Tisch

TubaVent® short - Balloon catheter with olive


The catheter was optimally adapted to the single use insertion instrument and equipped with an especially rounded tip.

The catheter dimensions were perfectly adapted to the length of the single use insertion instrument, which defines the process and prevents the catheter from being pushed too far into the Tuba Eustachii. 

An olive-shaped tip ensures enhanced protection of the mucosa, especially in children.
  • Ballon catheter for Tuba Eustachii
  • WL 236 mm, balloon 3 x 20 mm, sterile
Art. No.   2080-1236320


  • Obstructive tube dysfunction

Consequences of not treating tube ventilation disorders

  • Otitis media chronica
  • Possible destruction in middle ear
  • Hearing loss

Product brochure

For a more detailed overview of balloon dilatation, possible applications and procedures, as well as other components of the TubaVent® instrumentation, please see our product brochure, which you can download here:

Anatomy and proceeding

  • 1) Anatomy of the Tuba Eustachii
3) Ballon catheter inflated
  • 2) Ballon catheter deflated
  • 4) Visibly dilated Tuba Eustachii
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