Technology | October 05, 2006

Video Laryngoscopes Show Vocal Cords During Intubation

Karl Storz Video Laryngoscopes enable OR clinicians to see the patient’s vocal cords during intubation procedures while offering potentially less patient trauma. Standardized blade shapes make it easier for students to learn direct laryngeal intubation, and the learning process is potentially less stressful and faster with video and standard blade laryngoscopes.
The Direct Coupled Interface (DCI) family of products is designed for easy adaptability, and the laryngoscope blades couple directly to DCI camera heads. This simplifies transitions from one blade to another and to both standard eyepiece (SEP) and DCI flexible intubation fiberscopes.
For difficult intubations, the Bonfils and Brambrink Retromolar Intubation Fiberscopes are offered in two styles and three sizes.

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