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BESDATA is a 10 years experienced video laryngoscope manufacturer in China.  Our video laryngoscope has both reusable type and disposable types. Reusable video laryngoscopes have 6 size blades, including Miller 0, MAC1, MAC2, MAC3, MAC4, and hypo curve blades for difficult airway intubation. Disposable video laryngoscope has 5 size blades, including Miller 0, MAC1, MAC2, MAC3, MAC4.

BESDATA Video Laryngoscope

BESDATA video laryngoscope can both compatible with portable screen and big 7inch screen, You can easily carry BESDATA video laryngoscope on Emergency Rescue Car, EMS, OR room, You can install 7inch screen video laryngoscope in ICU, NICU, and it can also support anesthesia doctors’ training & teaching purpose.

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Besdata video laryngoscope

Why You Can Trust BESDATA

  • 10 years of Video Laryngoscope manufacturing experience
  • FDA/CE/CFDA certificated supplier for video laryngoscope, Passed ISO13485 quality system.
  • Accept ODM solutions for video laryngoscopes and other airway management full solutions.
  • Ergonomic design, easy to intubation, easy to hold
  • Quick delivery, 100 units can be delivered within 1 week, small orders dispatched immediately
  • Attend more than 8 professional medical fairs (FIME, MEDICA, CMEF, ARAB Health) and anesthesia conferences (ASA, ESA… )

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BESDATA Video Laryngoscope

BESDATA video laryngoscope can both compatible with portable screen and big 7inch screen, You can easily carry BESDATA video laryngoscope on Emergency Rescue Car, EMS, OR room, You can install 7inch screen video laryngoscope in ICU, NICU, and it can also support anesthesia doctors’ training & teaching purpose.

The high resolution of the BESDATA video laryngoscope screen makes it easier to find glottis, easy to intubate. You can reply on the ergonomic design and handling of BESDATA video laryngoscope. You will need BESDATA video laryngoscope for predicted difficult airways. It Increases the first-time intubation success rate and reduces the intubation time.

Why Besdata Video Laryngoscopes Are Trusted by 1000+ Clients

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BESDATA video laryngoscope has passed CE/FDA/ China FDA and registered more than 10countries MOH, for example in Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Germany etc.  Every unit of our product is followed ISO13485 medical standards.

During COVID-19, a lot of front-line clinicians were infected by the patient’s secretion during airway intubation, You will more realize they need BESDATA video laryngoscope with separate screens to keep them away from patients. You can use the single-use video laryngoscope to intubate patients in EMS and ICU patients, The disposable video laryngoscope, disposable stylet no need disinfection,  avoid cross contamination,  keep you away from patients secretion.

BESDATA video laryngoscope with Anti-fog blade and camera, you can use it any time, no need worry fog in front of the camera, no need preheating time. Sometimes you need to record the trauma records, video/picture replay for training. BESDATA video laryngoscope can do video recording/ picture capture.

Besides video laryngoscope, BESDATA airway management eco-system including all the future video intubation tools, such as video stylet, video laryngeal mask, video endobronchial tube,You can choose the most used intubation tools according to your using skills and patients status.

BESDATA video laryngoscope is your trustable intubations tool whenever prehospital intubation and in-hospital intubation.  It will be a good chance for you to start marketing BESDATA laryngoscope now, pls contact us If you’re a distributor, agent in this field.

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Video Laryngoscope: The Ultimate FAQ Guide

If you have any question on video laryngoscope, you will find the answer right here.

This guide covers everything on video laryngoscope – keep reading to learn more.

What Is A Video Laryngoscope?

A video laryngoscope is an equipment that enables you to visualize the vocal cords without any direct line of sight.

They are important retraction devices that have optical and illumination factors.

Disposable EMS video laryngoscope

video laryngoscope

Besides, you will fit a video laryngoscope inside the trachea and relay the image through video cameras.

What Are The Main Methods For Using A Video Laryngoscope?

A majority of video laryngoscopes resemble conventional direct laryngoscopes.

However, their main advantage is with the availability of videos thereby their techniques are adjusted.

Conventional direct laryngoscopes use a real-world type of line of sight which requires hand and eye coordination.

In a video laryngoscope, specific elements are suitably performed within a similar concrete environmental space.

Others will make use of the best high-quality view and access that you get from the video footage.

Besides, it is important to understand which video laryngoscope operates suitably with hand-to-eye coordination or a video environment.

There are four methods you can use when using a video laryngoscope:

  • Introduction of the laryngoscope
  • Obtain a suitable view
  • Introduction of the endotracheal tube [ETT]
  • Intubation

With this, you can capitalize on the benefits of video imaging and direct sight for specific activities.

Let us have an in-depth explanation of the following methods:

Step One: Introduction Of The Laryngoscope

Once you position the patient properly, you will introduce the video laryngoscope into the oral pharynx.

Furthermore, you will advance the video laryngoscope gently until the lade tip of the device passes the back part of the tongue.

Besides, you will use this step using direct vision.

Also, the operator keeps on looking directly into the mouth of the patient similar to the process in a direct laryngoscope.

Step Two: Obtain A Suitable View

Once you insert the video laryngoscope properly, you will turn your eyes to see the video screen.

This is important since you will adjust the video laryngoscope to get a suitable view of the glottis area.

Besides, a video laryngoscope is a midline device and does not require you to laterally displace the tongue like a conventional laryngoscope.

Also, you will optimize the view of the glottis by withdrawing or advancing the video laryngoscope.

By tilting the glade of the video laryngoscope blade, you will achieve the best view of the glottis.

Furthermore, you will be viewing the video screen all this time to attain this view.

Once you appropriately position the video laryngoscope, you will see the aperture of the glottis on the video screen.

Step Three: Introduction Of The Endotracheal Tube

In most cases, the video footage of the glottis is usually a Cormack-Lehane with a grade 1 or 2 view.

Also, the operator may want to insert the endotracheal tube and position it via the glottis aperture while watching the video on the screen.

However, it is recommended to maintain the position of the video laryngoscope within the mouth of the patient.

Concurrently, you should switch your eyes from the screen and the patient’s mouth frequently.

Afterward, you will insert the endotracheal tube which gets its shape from a stylet to suitably match the video laryngoscope blade.

Thereafter, you will ensure the distal tip of the blade of the endotracheal tube, under direct vision, is close to the distal tip of the laryngoscope blade.

This is a simple task and only after you achieve it, should you switch your eyes back to the video screen.

Step Four: Intubation

When you view the video screen, you can see the aperture of the glottis as before and the endotracheal tube near it.

Besides, as the need arises, you can adjust the blade slightly.

Thereafter, using the video visualization, you will advance the endotracheal tube following a smooth curve via the glottis.

This is then followed by the intubation process.

By viewing the whole insertion phase on the video screen, you can rapidly become facile.

This allows you to gently rotate or angle the tube to redirect is as the need arises.

What Are Some Intubation Tips When Using A Video Laryngoscope?

When intubating using a video laryngoscope, you can simplify the process by applying the following teaching methods:

  • Successfully placing the endotracheal tube [ETT] needs a kind of stylet, such as a reusable rigid stylet or a disposable intubating stylet.

Otherwise, the endotracheal tube will become floppy and prove difficult to insert via the vocal cords.

Besides, you should not use a stylet for nasal intubation.

  • The main disadvantage of using a video laryngoscope is readjusting the endotracheal tube via the vocal cords and not attaining a suitable glottis view.

This is because the tip of the endotracheal tube often hits on the anterior wall of the trachea.

When this occurs, it is advisable to withdraw the stylet by about 3 to 5 cm as it will advance the endotracheal tube into a suitable position.

In some scenarios, you can remove the stylet completely and the endotracheal tube will hit the anterior wall of the trachea.

To combat this issue, twist the endotracheal tube by 180 degrees.

  • It is important to look into the mouth of the patient when inserting the video laryngoscope or the endotracheal tube and not the video monitor.

This is important as it will prevent any injury to the structures of the oropharyngeal.

What Was The Transition From A Direct To A Video Laryngoscope?

Laryngoscopes remain the same for almost half a century after the introduction of curved and straight laryngoscope blades.

The first generation of video laryngoscopes, that is, rigid fiberoptic laryngoscope, clinicians found beneficial.

With these, the eyes of the observer were near but over the glottis, which enabled controlled insertion of endotracheal tubes between vocal folds.

However, the anesthesia group did not embrace it wholly.

The fiber optics offered no line of sight and the application of monitors with video cameras embodies the use of video laryngoscopes.

They averted the requirement to attain a clear line of view through distraction, external forces, and compression of the tissue.

Video laryngoscopes are not as versatile as flexible bronchoscopic intubation, meaning you cannot insert them via the nose or tracheostomy.

In the 20th century, a laryngoscope was embedded with a small video chip.

Following that invention, several manufacturers started making different versions of video laryngoscopes.

What Equipment Do You Need Before You Start Using Video Laryngoscope On A Patient?

These are the equipment and tools you require:

  • Protective gear such as gloves, eye protection, gown, and masks
  • Syringes
  • Video laryngoscope
  • Endotracheal tube
  • Sterile water-soluble lubricants
  • Pulse oximeter and suitable sensors
  • Nasogastric tube
  • Oxygen source
  • Bag-valve equipment
  • Suctioning tools
  • Capnometer
  • Tools for inserting supraglottic airways when the video laryngoscope fails

What Should You Consider When Selecting A Video Laryngoscope?

These include the following:

Reliability

There are video laryngoscopes that can produce fuzzy videos, batteries dying without a warning, or lights that are not bright enough.

Anesthesia providers need to operate these devices confidently to increase the success of intubation and the safety of patients.

Ease Of Use

A slow learning curve is necessary since in most cases, you will not use this device every day.

This means they can still use it should an emergency occur.

However, the more complex video laryngoscopes can cause the issue of the difficulty of using.

Ensure your operators have the necessary knowledge of the technology and are comfortable using it.

Clarity

The video laryngoscope should display clear images for you to have a high-quality view of the airway anatomy.

Also, the lens of the camera mustn’t fog, that is why most of these devices contain anti-fog technology.

This leads to successful intubation on the first attempt.

Design

Two types of video laryngoscopes exist.

The standard versions operate similar to conventional laryngoscope blades.

This entails attaching the blade to the handle of the device then inserting the endotracheal tube using a stylus.

The second version is the channeled equipment.

Here, you will load endotracheal tubes within integrated channels in the blade after which you will guide the tip of the blade in position.

Both of these are different with varying learning curves.

Power

This is a vital choice when you are considering rechargeable and disposable batteries.

Whichever power option you select, consider video laryngoscopes that show the remaining charge at all times.

The last thing you need to worry about is losing power as you maneuver the airway.

Type Of Blade

Here, you can use either disposable or reusable blades.

The advantage of disposable blades is that you will not worry about cleaning them after the procedure.

Reusable blades are costly and require reprocessing issues.

Factors such as how long you need to use the blades, their lifespan, etc., are things that disposable blades lack.

Size Of Screen

It is suitable to have large screens that allow you to view the airway.

The thing you need to consider with video laryngoscopes is not how large the screens are but where they are located.

For instance, some video laryngoscopes have video screens integrated within the handles of the device.

Other modern versions have the screens in a separate monitor.

Smaller screens on the blades put more strain on your eyes whereas using a separate screen will take more time to adapt to during the process.

Data Capture

This allows you to save difficult intubations within the device memory or on external drives.

Furthermore, you can give the patient the recording or store it in an electronic medical record for future reference.

What Are The Advantages Of Video Laryngoscope?

These include the following:

  • Short learning curve
  • It is a useful teaching tool
  • There is a minimal cervical movement of the spine
  • Also, you use less force than when using a direct laryngoscope
  • Enhanced laryngeal visualization since you need not alight your eyes to the airway like in direct laryngoscopy
  • It offers high success rates, especially in hard scenarios
  • Enhanced portability and cost than flexible fiber optic laryngoscopes
  • Minimal hemodynamic stress response to intubation and laryngoscopy

What Are The Disadvantages Of A Video Laryngoscope?

These include the following:

  • A greater processing time
  • Obscure images due to fog and secretions
  • Varying methods of laryngoscope and intubations with the several available brands
  • Not one videoscope is suitable
  • Depth perception loss
  • Passing the ETT may be a challenging task
  • Economic issues because of maintenance and acquisition of stock

What Are The Types Of Laryngoscopy?

These include:

Indirect Laryngoscopy

Here, a doctor will use a small mirror and light to inspect your throat.

indirect laryngoscope

indirect laryngoscopy

Direct Laryngoscopy

Here, doctors use laryngoscopes to push your tongue down while lifting the epiglottis.

The doctor uses this process to eliminate tiny growths and tissue samples for testing.

direct laryngoscpe

Direct laryngoscopy

Also, you can employ this process to insert tubes into windpipes to assist patients’ breath in emergencies.

Direct Fiber-optic Laryngoscopy

Here, you will use a tiny telescope on a cable and it goes inside the nose down your throat.

Direct fibre optic laryngoscopy

direct fibre optic laryngoscopy

What Are The Applications Of A Video Laryngoscope?

These include:

  • Detection of the throat and ear pain causes
  • Detection of throat injury, strictures, or obstructions
  • Evaluation of swallowing difficulties
  • Detection of what causes voice issues
  • Assistance in intubation when administering anesthesia

What Are The Available Types Of Video Laryngoscopes?

These include:

  • Stylets such as Bonfils, Sensascope, or Rigid and flexible laryngoscope (RIFL)

Bonfils video laryngosopy

Bonfils video laryngoscope

  • Guide channels such as AirTraq, Glidescope, Traditional

Airtraq

Air traq

  • Coopdech VLP-100 such as McGrath, Storz DCI, or Storz C-Mac

coopdech laryngoscope

coopdech laryngoscope

What Is A Video Laryngoscope Blade?

This is a part of the video laryngoscope which contains a light source.

It has light-emitting diodes which enhance the design of the video laryngoscope.

The blade has three parts, that is, the spatula, flange, and tip.

video laryngoscopy blade

video laryngoscope blade

The spatula passes above the surface of the tongue, the flange directs or displaces the tongue, and the tip lifts the epiglottis.

What Are The Main Parts Of A Video Laryngoscope?

The main components include the following:

Blades

This includes either reusable or single-use blades which come in different sizes and shapes to cater to different airway anatomies.

Besides, the blades can be angulated, straight, or curved.

Other blades have channels that assist with the introduction of endotracheal tubes.

Also, they have an anti-fog coating or warming element to inhibit moisture from deteriorating the image.

Camera

This is a high-resolution camera found at the distal tip of the video laryngoscope.

Also, it has a light source that lights up the airway for easy inspection.

Monitor

This can either be a stand-alone or attach a monitor which shows what is inside the airway.

Also, you can save the video in an in-built memory or an external drive.

Power Source

This entails either rechargeable or non-rechargeable batteries that provide power to the camera, monitor, and light.

Rechargeable parts have separate charging units.

What Are The Available Video Laryngoscope Designs?

These include:

  • Curved versus straight blades
  • Oxyscope
  • Anterior Commissure laryngoscope
  • Bullard laryngoscope…
  • Angulated video-intubation laryngoscope
  • Truview laryngoscope
  • Glidescope video laryngoscope
  • Airtraq optical laryngoscope

What Is A Glidescope?

A glidescope video laryngoscope has a single rigid plastic handle with a curved blade.

Glide scope

glidescope

Furthermore, the tip of the blade has a light source and a camera eye.

What Are Some Airway Management Pointers When Using A Video Laryngoscope?

These include:

  • It is important to thoroughly examine the airway and identify patients with difficult airways
  • If possible, avoid scenarios that are difficult to intubate and difficult to ventilate
  • Organized approaches such as those in the American Society of Anesthesiologists’ Difficult Airway Algorithm are important.

It ensures that patients with airway management issues get high-quality care

What Are Some Possible Complications Following A Video Laryngoscope Procedure?

These include:

  • Bleeding
  • Infections
  • Swelling or pain in the throat, tongue, or mouth
  • Hoarseness
  • Vomiting or gagging
  • Abscesses
  • Tooth damage

Which Patients Are Suitable Candidates For A Video Laryngoscope?

A video laryngoscope is suitable for patients in:

  • Respiratory arrest
  • Those needing quick sequence intubation
  • Cardiac arrest

Is It Important To Decontaminate A Video Laryngoscope?

Yes, it is vital to decontaminate the handle and battery of a video laryngoscope after every patient’s use.

This is to ensure that you maintain high levels of hygiene at all times.

How Will You Troubleshoot A Video Laryngoscope?

Here are the problems and possible solutions:

  • No image shows on the screen after turning on

Solve this by replacing the battery unit.

  • The image on the display screen is blurry

Solve this by removing the blades and confirming if the image is clear.

Where necessary, clean the camera end with a soft wipe.

If the problem persists, replace the blade.

What Are The Challenges Of Using A Video Laryngoscope?

The main challenge entails understanding how it operates as misuse can cause injuries to the patients.

This means the anesthesia providers need to be aware of the possible complications when using a video laryngoscope.

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