laryngoscope


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laryngoscope

[lə′riŋ·gə‚skōp]
(medicine)
A tubular instrument, combining a light system and a telescopic system, used in the visualization of the interior larynx and adaptable for diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical procedures.
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In view of a limited oxygen reserve and the time consumed by the fiberoptic intubation, we attempted with a McGrath [R] video laryngoscope at first.
Endotracheal intubation was done using either Macintosh laryngoscope or Airtraq according to the allotted group.
The McGrath video laryngoscope provided more Grade-I laryngoscopic views than the Macintosh laryngoscope (p0.
Time taken for intubation was noted (as the time from passing the tip of the laryngoscope blade through the incisor gap till appearance of capnographic tracing).
Technavio's analysts forecast the global anesthesia video laryngoscopes market to grow at a CAGR of 14.
In June 2015, APA video laryngoscope was first introduced by Vital Signs at the European Society of Anesthesia in Berlin, Germany.
The original Glidescope is a reusable plastic device with a handle similar to that of a conventional laryngoscope, and a blade with a 60[degrees] angle in the middle and a digital camera in the distal part of the blade (14).
through Intellimed brings a new standard of performance in disposable laryngoscopes to American physicians.
Material and Methods: Laryngoscope decontamination practices in different hospitals were evaluated in this study which was based on a telephonic structured questionnaire.
The Rusch DispoLED Laryngoscope Handle is the latest addition to Teleflex's broad single-use anesthesia product portfolio a product category that is playing an increasingly important role in clinicians' practice since the October 2011 publication of Joint Commission laryngoscope cleaning guidelines1.
This study aimed to assess microbial contamination of laryngoscope blades from the operating theatre of a secondary-level public hospital, permitting insights into the appropriateness and effectiveness of laryngoscope decontamination.
A flexible laryngoscope requires only mild sedation.