Intubate as usual with an endotracheal (ET) tube size 7.0 mm or larger. Attach the EZ-Multiport Adaptor.

Confirm depth of intubation, leaving 4 cm between distal tip of the ET tube and the carina to allow sufficient space for the deployment of the bifurcated tips.

Insert the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker in the EZ-Multiport Adaptor and then reinsert the bronchoscope. Advance the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker until the bifurcated ends are in either bronchus. Verify device orientation under visualization by inflating and deflating cuffs.

Before the surgeon breaks the thoracic vacuum, ensure both cuffs of the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker are deflated and discontinue ventilation until lung collapse is achieved. Inflate the cuff in the bronchus of the lung to be isolated and then resume ventilation.

Note: These instructions are for example only to help familiarize the clinician with the handling of the EZ-Blocker Endobronchial Blocker and do not represent the product's full Instructions For Use, including its associated cautions and warnings. For a copy of complete product instructions, please contact your Teleflex Anesthesia & Respiratory Sales Specialist.

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