InfantView™ Video Laryngoscope

InfantView™ Video Laryngoscope

With InfantView™ video laryngoscope, clinicians have a highly dedicated device for neonatal and pediatric video-intubation and transillumination to improve patient outcomes, optimize workflow, and reduce costs.

From delivery room to NICU, the InfantView video laryngoscope offers the best intubation and transillumination technologies in a single device.

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Size and picture quality matters

Especially for NEO videolaryngoscopy

InfantView is a visualization platform dedicated for use with neonates.

Visualisation means:

  • Visualizing intubation processes using the advantages of indirect videolaryngoscopy
  • Using translumination technology to visualize veins and/or potential pneumothorax
  • Offering to connect any standard scope by using the endoscope camera and LED illumination.

Smallest reusable blades with vision:

InfantView blades are based off of well-known designs (Miller and MAC) and combine features of both.

Training and DAM:

The indirect video laryngoscopy ('extended eye') offers a different viewing perspective and direct view for the trainer. In DAM cases, the 'extended vision' provides a clear view to further define the procedure. Connectivity to flexible scopes allows for quick action if needed.

Author & Title
Therapy Comparison
Conclusion
Joyce E. O’Shea et al.
Videolaryngoscopy to Teach Neonatal Intubation: A Randomized Trial
VL to teach
Intubation success rates of inexperienced neonatal trainees significantly improved when the instructor was able to share their view on a videolaryngoscope screen.
Ahmed Moussa et al.
Videolaryngoscope for Teaching Neonatal Endotracheal Intubation (ETI): A Randomized Controlled Trial
VL to easy up
When learning ETI, the success rate is improved with the VL (VideoLaringoscope). Time to successful intubation is longer, but the difference is not clinically significant …The VL is a promising tool for teaching neonatal ETI.

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