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Video laryngoscope
pediatricwith integrated video monitorwith blade

video laryngoscope
video laryngoscope
video laryngoscope
video laryngoscope
video laryngoscope
video laryngoscope
video laryngoscope
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Characteristics

Type of video endoscope
video laryngoscope
Patient type
pediatric
Options
with integrated video monitor, with blade

Description

When space is restricted, the Mole Display can be tilted, optimizing your visual placement of the laryngoscope blade without changing your technique. When space is restricted, the Mole Display can be tilted, optimizing your visual placement of the laryngoscope blade without changing your technique. Mole Video Laryngoscope has an intuitive interface. Wake the display with one touch of a button. The responsive, text-free display is ready to go. At 12mm height, the Mole Video Laryngoscope blade, improves visualization of the airway, increases maneuverability and working space reducing the risk of dental trauma. Ultimate Confidence & Control The Mole single-use handle provides significant grip and comfort, with reduced height to facilitate difficult intubation particularly for situations with limited neck movement and obesity. Achieve the optimal screen viewing angle for you and the team, improving efficiency and decision making. The handle and blade of Mole Video Laryngoscope is a single-use device, reducing the risk of cross-infection, reprocessing costs, time and storage. Specially engineered metal blade provides the confidence needed for direct and video laryngoscopy. The internally mounted Anti-Fog design reduces the need for warm up time and allows users to intubate quickly with a clear view.
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