BD-DVS Disposable Video Stylet

BD-DVS disposable video stylet is similar to the laryngoscope, which improves glottis exposure while intubating the tracheal tube. By looking directly at the glottis or the tracheal ring, the intubation process becomes more accurate.

Our stylet helps avoid violent exposure of the glottis and repeated blind intubation, reducing the damage to the mouth, throat, and teeth.

Advantages of BD-DVS Disposable Video Stylet

  • No need for sterilization; no cross-contamination.
  • Suitable for oral and nasal intubation.
  • Malleable stylet to match any anatomical feature and minimize trauma.
  • High-resolution CMOS camera with anti-fog technology.
  • 1280*720 (RGB) high-resolution monitor.
  • IPS screen with viewing angle of > 80°.
  • HDMI output for video/image display.
  • Cost-effective.
  • Directly guide the tracheal intubation.
  • Even with a limited mouth opening, the glottis is obvious.
  • The intubation success rate is high.
  • The difficulty of intubation is reduced.
  • Screen capture and recording functions for teaching and training.
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BD-DVS Disposable video stylet clinical usage

BD-DVS Disposable Video Stylet

BESDATA disposable video stylet is an all-in-one system with one display supporting different intubation tools. The stylet is convenient to carry, assemble, and unload. It is flexible and has a connection port for any BESDATA intubation equipment. It can be inserted into the tracheal tube at any time to observe the situation inside, find the displacement of the tube in time, and remove the secretions from the tube.

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Video Stylet Clinical Applications

Our video stylet can be used to safely intubate:

  • Patients with a higher larynx and an invisible glottis
  • Patients with limited cervical movement
  • Patients with a small jaw
  • Patients with limited mouth opening
  • Patients with severe tooth defects
  • Patients with heart failure and a spinal deformity who cannot lie in the supine position
  • Patients that cannot be intubated with direct laryngoscopy
  • Patients with normal airways

Video stylet clinical indications

Patients with higher larynx and invisible glottis

Patients with limited cervical movement

Patients with small jaw

Patients with limited mouth opening

Patients with severe tooth defects

Patients with heart failure and spinal deformity who cannot lie supine

Patients with difficulty in intubating  with direct laryngoscopy

Patients with normal airways

 

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