A conventional laryngoscope is the viewing instrument most commonly used for tracheal intubations. The handle contains batteries, a light source, and a set of interchangeable blades that are either curved or straight in design. The Macintosh blade is the most popular of the curved blades, and the Miller blade is generally the preferred type of straight blade.
Laryngoscope Macintosh Blades Conventional
- Mac 00
- Mac 0
- Mac 1