The EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker is the next generation of one-lung ventilation products designed to enhance patient outcomes during selective procedures.

Innovative The EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker was developed by an anesthesiologist for use by anesthesiologists to provide an improved device for lung isolation. The EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker has a unique Y-shaped distal end that mirrors the bifurcation of the trachea.

Intuitive The unique bifurcated distal end of the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker allows for the intuitive placement of the cuffs in the right or left bronchus. Once the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker is advanced through the distal end of a single-lumen endotracheal tube, the bifurcated cuffs separate and are naturally directed into the left and right main stem bronchi.

Secure The EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker is securely placed at the carina without the need for navigation of the cuff into either of the bronchi.1 With the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker, cuff inflation can be performed just before lung isolation, which minimizes the need to manipulate the catheter after placement and reduces the potential for the cuffs to become dislodged.


  1. Mungroop, H, Wai PTJ, Morei NM, Loef, BG, Epema AH. Lung Isolation with a new Y shaped bronchial blocker, the EZ-Blocker. British Journal of Anesthesiology. 2009; 104(1):119-120.
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