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Since our foundation, we are engaged in offering a superb range of Video Laryngoscope. These medical devices are designed for indirect laryngoscopy, difficult endotracheal intubations as well as routine incubation. Our Video Laryngoscope is designed by our professionals as per the set industry norms using supreme grade materials. In addition, our medical devices offer accurate incubation while minimizing soft tissue manipulation. Our clients can avail these devices from us at a reasonable price.
- Large size LCD display
- Less maintenance
- Space saving design
The conventional direct laryngoscope uses a line of sight provided by a rigid viewing instrument with a light on the blade or intra-oral portion which requires a direct view of the target larynx; this view is clearly seen in 80-90% of attempts. The frequent failure of direct laryngoscopy to provide an adequate view for tracheal intubation led to the development of alternative devices such as the lighted stylet, and a number of indirect fibreoptic viewing laryngoscopes, such as the fibrescope, Bullard scope, Upsher scope, and the WuScope. Though these devices can be effective alternatives to direct laryngoscopy, they each have certain limitations, and none of them is effective under all circumstances. One important limitation commonly associated with these devices is fogging of the lens.
The Digital Revolution has brought new technology to the practice of tracheal intubation. Several manufacturers have developed video laryngoscopes which employ digital technology such as the CMOS active pixel sensor (CMOS APS) to generate a view of the glottis so that the trachea may be intubated. The Glidescope video laryngoscope is one example of such a device. Other examples include the McGrath laryngoscope, Daiken Medical Coopdech C-scope vlp-100, the Storz C-Mac, Pentax AWS, and the Berci DCI laryngoscopes.