Laryngoscope Set 3 Blades #1,2,3 (LED), WELCH ALLYN

40,500.00

Packaging:  1 Set

  • Laryngoscope Stubby Handle Led
  • 3  Blades  #1 , #2, #3
  • Laryngoscope Case

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Welch Allyn Miller Laryngoscopes: Welch Allyn modified the original Miller blade, developed with Welch Allyn in 1941, to improve its functionality and field of view. First, the blade or tongue of the blade was flattened so that the patient’s tongue would be swept aside, rather than compressed. The flat base helps to hold the tongue out of the field of view. Overall field of view was increased by modifying the cross-sectional area of the blade without altering width or height.

Features:

  • The one-piece construction of Welch Allyn blades eliminates the potentially weaker soldered or brazed joint
  • Lightweight. Reduced handle and blade weight for improved balance and maneuverability facilitates even the most difficult intubations
  • Convertible. Blades easily convert from lamp to fiber optic illumination. Makes upgrading economical
  • Repairable. Replace deteriorating light pathways for a fraction of the cost of a replacement blade
  • Improved design. Reduced proximal blade height assists in intubating patients with limited oral access
  • One-piece construction. Single-piece stainless steel blade ensures blade integrity (no soldered joints) and minimizes corrosion
  • Halogen HPX illumination. Our fiber optic blades feature Halogen HPX lamps for true tissue color, providing more than 30% brighter, whiter light than traditional halogen lamps

Welch Allyn MacIntosh Laryngoscopes: A design that incorporates a gentle, continuous curve from the tip to the proximal end. The curve is compressed into the vallecula and the blade lifted, indirectly raising the epiglottis. Welch Allyn modified the MacIntosh blades by reducing proximal blade height. This results in a lower profile that assists in intubating patients with limited oral access.

Features:

  • The one-piece construction of Welch Allyn blades eliminates the potentially weaker soldered or brazed joint
  • Lightweight. Reduced handle and blade weight for improved balance and maneuverability facilitates even the most difficult intubations
  • Convertible. Blades easily convert from lamp to fiber optic illumination. Makes upgrading economical
  • Repairable. Replace deteriorating light pathways for a fraction of the cost of a replacement blade
  • Improved design. Reduced proximal blade height assists in intubating patients with limited oral access
  • One-piece construction. Single-piece stainless steel blade ensures blade integrity (no soldered joints) and minimizes corrosion
  • Halogen HPX illumination. Our fiber optic blades feature Halogen HPX lamps for true tissue color, providing more than 30% brighter, whiter light than traditional halogen lamps