Airway scope With an even lighter 235 g body and a 30 mega-pixel hi-definition color LCD, this new model is even more trustworthy and easier to use.

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Quick and easy tracheal intubation while viewing the monitor.

The Airway Scope is a monitor-integrated video laryngoscope that allows for proper intubation through real-time visibility on the on-hand monitor.
A cross-hair is displayed on-screen to provide safe and speedy tracheal intubation.
An ideal laryngoscope which all doctors have longed for.

Quick and easy tracheal intubation while viewing the monitor.

Insertion possible without the need to extend the neck.

This allows for safe insertion with visual information on-screen, even in cases where the cervical spinal cord is damaged and tilting the head for tracheal intubation is not an option.

Insertion possible without the need to extend the neck.

Five Characteristics of the Airway Scope

1.Lightest-ever model at 235g

1. Lightest-ever model at 235g

The Airway Scope (AWS-S200L) weighs a mere 235 g.
Its light weight makes it even easier to safely conduct tracheal intubation.

2. Cross-hair supports dependable intubation

2. Cross-hair supports dependable intubation

A cross-hair displays on-screen, making it easier for less experienced person to use the Airway Scope for intubation with high dependability.

3. Clear color LCD

3. Clear color LCD

With a 3 mega-pixel high-definition color LCD providing vivid images of the larynx and glottis, even less experienced doctors will be able to reliably conduct tracheal intubation.

4. Runs on batteries and can be used outdoors

The Airway Scope has a low power consumption, and is designed for extended continuous use on AA batteries.
It is waterproof, and can be used outdoors even in rainy conditions.

5. Supports external monitors

Connect the Airway Scope to medical monitors or video recording devices in order to simultaneously show footage from the scope on a larger monitor, or to record.

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