Dependable Suction When You Need It

Every day, first responders, EMS operators and technicians, hospitals, nursing homes, home care, the military, and others rely on portable hand-held suction units for emergency situations. The RES-Q-VAC is dependable in critical situations.

RES-Q-VAC®

Hand-held Medical Suction


RES-Q-VAC® Hand-held Medical Suction Diagram

RES-Q-VAC® Key Features

Portable

Lightweight (0.5lbs) and compact for challenging conditions.

Manual Power

No batteries/electric required − works in natural disasters, or anytime the power fails.

Reusable Pump Handle

Minimal effort required and can be used repeatedly.

300ml Canister

Simply attaches to pump handle. Filtered/non-filtered options with gradations for easy monitoring.

Powerful Vacuum

Comparable to electric suction at >600mmHg. Easily clears vomit, clotting blood, and mucus.

Custom Configurations

Customizable for infant through adult suctioning in sterile and non-sterile options.

Versatile

Wide range of kits for a variety of markets: hospital, EMS, long-term healthcare, home care, etc.

Full Stop Protection®

0.22 Micron filter - safeguards from pathogens & infectious diseases. Prevents overflow.

Whistle-tipped Catheters

Hospital grade − prevents tissue damage. Equipped with push connectors for ease of use.

Continuous Suctioning

Suctions until fluids or obstructions clear tubing with little pumping required.

Molded ABS Plastic

Rugged, durable, and operates under temperatures ranging from 0-140 degrees Fahrenheit.

Silent Operation

Eliminates patient anxiety that can be triggered by complicated set-up & noises of electric pumps.

Highly Visible Carrying Pouch

Easy to locate for rapid access. Ample storage, for suctioning equipment, yet is compact.

Training Videos

Watch video on YouTube

RES-Q-VAC® Challenge

See how the RES-Q-VAC® compares to an electric suction pump.

Watch video on YouTube

RES-Q-VAC® for Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome

Meet Miles, a user of the RES-Q-VAC® with Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS).

Product Guides

Please call 1-800-624-9600 or contact us to receive a copy of the Domestic Version (US) of the RES-Q-VAC® IFU.

RES-Q-VAC®

RES-Q-VAC®

  • P1F1B1AFS Complete Hospital Kit
  • P2F1B1AFS Complete Hospital Kit (with extra FSP Canister)
  • R1F1B1AFS Replacement Hospital Kit
  • P1F1S110N First Responder Kit (Soft Yankauer)
  • P1F1R110N First Responder Kit (Rigid Yankauer)
  • R1F1S110N First Responder Kit (Soft Yankauer)
  • R1F1R110N First Responder Kit (Rigid Yankauer)
  • P1N001AFS Home Patient Kit
  • R1N001AFS Replacement Home Patient Kit* Please note: All refill kits are sold in quantities of 10
  • P1F1S114S Nursing Home Kit
  • R1F1S114S Replacement Nursing Home Kit* Please note: All refill kits are sold in quantities of 10
  • FSP6000 DENTAL-EVAC™ Kit
  • FSP6000R Replacement DENTAL-EVAC™ Kit
Where to Buy

Success Stories

Barry's Story

“We lost power in the hospital and nurses started yelling, ‘We need suction!’ People were worried. ICU wanted something used in the rehab unit. There was one trach patient and eight ventilator patients. There were no lights, no electricity, electric units were burnt – generators failed, and people fell apart. Strange things were happening, like moving patients to areas of light (hallway). Only one of the generators was working, which powered one elevator and the only light, in the OR, which was where patients were being moved to.

Luckily, there was one RES-Q-VAC in the ICU, one on the 3rd floor, and one on the 6th floor in the OR where patients were. They worked very well and got us through the night. The RES-Q-VAC was one of the most important pieces of equipment at the moment. I was a very popular guy.”

Barry S.

Donna's Story

“The RES-Q-VAC allows our patients to move around the hospital and get outside to the garden without having to take haul the hospital room with them.”

Battery powered suction units are somewhat more costly and you have the weight. Additionally, if these units are not plugged in, they become useless on transport because the battery is not charged. The batteries also run out of power/use and have to be replaced. There is nothing more irritating than to grab a portable suction battery powered unit that is either not charged or the battery is bad, which is an additional expense. Usually, these kinds come with feeding pumps, and/or ventilators, and/or med pumps, oxygen, and an airway bag.

Having one less, more portable unit that can provide suction aids in the transportability of the patient. We can place the RES-Q-VACs in the emergency airway bag along with a Ballard and some saline for rinsing the unit and we are good to go.”

Donna W.