Conventional Laryngoscope Blades offered can be made
available by us in different finish specifications so as to find
suitability in different end usage areas. The offered range under this
comprises Miller Laryngoscope Blades that are straight blades with tongue
having slight upward curve near tip area. Further, Trupti (Flexitip)
Laryngoscope Blades are also offered that find suitability for patients
facing difficult intubation possibilities including in cases of backward
displacement of tongue, decreased neck movement, decreased mouth opening
and others. The options made available by us under this include Miller
Laryngoscope Blade and Trupti (Flexitip) Laryngoscope Blade.
The American profile with a slightly more abrupt curvature and
a flange starting at the lock of the blade and continuing to approximately
where the curvature changes direction then disappearing.
|2.5||Large Child||118 mm||6709M|
|3.5||Medium Adult||144 mm||6711M|
|4||Large Adult||159 mm||6712M|
The Macintosh laryngoscope blade is one of the most popular
blades in use today. The English profile has a smooth, gentle curve that
extends from the base to the tip and a flange that starts at the lock and
continues to the tip, narrowing gradually.
|Size||Use||Length||Code (Shiny)||Code (Matt)|
|4||Large Adult||155 mm||6009||6009M|
|5||Extra Large Adult||178 mm||6010||6010M|
Miller Laryngoscope Blades offered are amongst the
most popular blade varieties being made available in the market. These
blades feature presence of straight tongue with a slight upward curve
present near the tip area. Further, the cross section area of these blades
comprising flange web and tongue also form a C with flattened top finish.
The superior finish construction standards of these Laryngoscope Blades
and durable finish quality also make them widely preferred choice among
the medical care givers.
Trupti (Flexitip) Laryngoscope Blades offered find high suitability amongst each and every practicing anesthesiologist practicing in nursing home and hospitals. The precision and specially designed construction of these blades makes them suitable for use in patients facing difficult intubation. The precise use as provided by these blades allows simplifying elevation of epiglottis as well as exposure of larynx. Further, these are also ideally suited for reducing force employed especially in areas including situations facing forward/prominent upper teeth, forward displacement of larynx, enlarged tongue, backward displacement of tongue, cervical spine injuries, decreased neck movement, decreased mouth opening as well as occurrence of recessive mandible.
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