How to maintain airway patency during supraglottic ventilation and ET intubation?
Up to 20% of emergency intubations are difficult to manage. Having the right system is essential for effective airway management. Airway algorithms recommend supraglottic airway device (SAD) as option to overcome difficult scenario.
To prevent aspiration, the NAP4 report prescribes the use of devices with gastric access. SAD with intubating capability provide a way to reach a definitive airway (ET Tube placement).
The iLTS-D compiles all essential features to achieve and protect an airway:
2- Drain Tube
2 sizes match all patients ≥ 125 cm. Usage and indications rely on the broad experience with the standard Laryngeal Tube.
The ultimate goal of airway management is to provide appropriate ventilation to patients. Beside supraglottic airway, the iLTS-D offers the possibility of endotracheal intubation with the specific ETT or a standard ET Tube.
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Exhibitor: VBM Medizintechnik GmbH