Technology | Endoscopes | February 07, 2018

Dilon Technologies Inc. Launches New CoPilot VL+ Video Laryngoscope

Advanced video laryngoscope provides portable, affordable, easy-to-use option for placing breathing tubes

Dilon Technologies Inc. Launches New CoPilot VL+ Video Laryngoscope

February 7, 2018 — Dilon Technologies Inc. announced the launch of the CoPilot VL+ video laryngoscope, an airway management device developed to help providers have the optimum view of the airway when placing breathing tubes.

The new device boasts a larger, brighter, higher resolution display along with powerful LEDs to help the user obtain a better view of the airway. The CoPilot VL+ video laryngoscope is compact and portable, which makes it ideal for every medical setting, according to Dilon, such as anesthesia in the operating room, intensive care unit or the emergency medical responder field.

The new and improved disposable sheaths of the CoPilot VL+ feature an anti-fog coating and a smaller footprint which allow for more room to manipulate the endotracheal tube. Dilon Technologies Inc. also offers disposable bougies and a rigid intubation stylet that are compatible with any laryngoscope.

For more information: www.dilon.com

 

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