Winner of the 2013 Journal of Emergency Medicine Services Hot Products Award, INTUBRITE laryngoscope blades and handles offers flexibility, durability, and portability at an affordable price. INTUBRITE manufactures its uniquely designed laryngoscope blades from surgical-grade, stainless steel. Unlike your typical fiber-optic or incandescent bulb, all laryngoscope blades are custom-fitted with a proprietary array of UV and White LED bulbs (black light and white light). This specific UV and LED wavelength is “tuned” to deliver precisely the correct illumination, providing a unique, anatomy-differentiating and glareless view.
Patented combination White/UV LED lighting produces optimized high definition viewing area, causing airway structures to be clearly visible and vocal cords to stand out. Reflectivity from fluids and tissue in airway is also dramatically reduced when compared to incandescent lighted blades, even fiber optics. Available in sizes MAC (0, 1, 2, 3, 3PLUS, 4), MILLER (00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4) and PHILLIPS (1, 2)
Disposable Stainless Steel: Disposable blades are made from surgical-grade, stainless steel. Cross-contamination and blade malfunction are eliminated.
Cost Effective Technology: The HyperVisualization System (HVS) is affordable for EMS programs and in-hospital programs alike. IntuBrite's system can reduce inventory tracking and sterilization cost while providing state of the art technology.
Fluorescent Coated Stylet: Fluorescent-coated, custom stylet fluoresces under the UV (black) light to guide positioning right through the vocal cords and into the tracheal opening.
Ergonomic Premium Handles with Pistol Grips: Ergonomically designed Premium Curved handles deliver optimal entry angles and improves instinctive lift-direction to help avoid oral cavity damage. Each handle features an advanced power management system for extended use and a lifetime warranty.
No New Training: No new training required. ET placement is performed with the time-tested, standard protocol which has been proven to deliver airway patency and improved patient outcomes.