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KARL STORZ has made significant contributions to the field of airway management in intensive and emergency medicine in recent years and decades. Particularly for dealing with the complex area of the unexpected difficult airway, KARL STORZ offers a whole range of instruments that can help to minimize the occurrence of complications related to difficult airway management, while at the same time affording optimal viewing conditions.

The broad range of products from KARL STORZ is the company’s trump card. In addition to conventional laryngoscopes, flexible intubation fiberscopes and the BONFILS retromolar intubation endoscope, the C-MAC® video laryngoscopes in particular have become established on the market. The accompanying C-MAC® monitor is at the heart of the complete system which allows the connection of all intubation endoscopes and all C-MAC® video laryngoscopes as well as the newly developed flexible intubation video endoscopes (FIVE). Specifically designed for prehospital settings or fully mobile use, the C-MAC® PM (Pocket Monitor) is available as a waterproof video unit.

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C-MAC® Video Laryngoscopes for Pediatrics and Neonatology

For solutions that fit: The new MACINTOSH 0

To meet requirements for pediatrics and neonatology, particularly when dealing with the difficult airway, the C-MAC® video laryngoscope portfolio has been expanded to include the MACINTOSH 0. Five different blades are available for video laryngoscopy in pediatrics and neonatology: MILLER 0 and 1, MACINTOSH 0 and 2 as well as D-BLADE Ped. Thanks to the extremely low blade profile and the optimal distance from the camera to the distal tip, the new MACINTOSH 0 and the enhanced MILLER 0 are particularly suitable for the intubation of premature babies.

  • Particularly flat model, especially suited for neonatology
  • For direct and indirect laryngoscopy
  • For routine clinical use and training
  • Specially shaped and shortened handle for pediatrics and neonatology
  • The new C-MAC® PM connecting cable provides more room to maneuver

Laryngobloc for Pediatrics and Neonatology

For solutions that fit: The direct laryngoscope for single use

The Laryngobloc is a cold light laryngoscope for single use. Thanks to its monoblock design, it features a high tensile strength. The entire laryngoscope can be discarded along with the handle. The battery insert provides extremely bright, white light that enables optimal illumination of the pediatric oral cavity during direct laryngoscopy.

  • For direct laryngoscopy
  • Blade and handle are made from one piece so that the Laryngobloc is more robust than conventional laryngoscopes for single use
  • Special design for pediatrics and neonatology: MACINTOSH 2, MILLER 0-1, OXFORD 0
  • Available in five sizes and three laryngoscope shapes (MACINTOSH, MILLER, OXFORD) as well as three handle types (standard, slimline, short)

Cold Light Laryngoscopes for Pediatrics and Neonatology

For solutions that fit: P-GRIP™ handles for every size

KARL STORZ offers a wide range of blades in every size, for even the smallest patient. All laryngoscope blades conform to ISO 7376. Both slimline and stubby handles are available either with Xenon lamps or LED technology. Straight blades are preferred in pediatrics and neonatology which allow direct displacement of the epiglottis and provides direct and better visualization of the vocal cords.

  • Fully autoclavable blades and handle sleeves
  • Adequate illumination, even in adverse light conditions
  • Clearly recognizable structures thanks to clear white light
  • Virtually no self-discharge of the rechargeable batteries
  • Two different handles, specifically for pediatrics and neonatology
  • Many different blade shapes and sizes (MACINTOSH, MILLER, PHILLIPS, specially designed blades for pediatrics)

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Michael Aziz, Ansgar Brambrink

Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 2011; 23, 149-152

Performance of the C-MAC video laryngoscope in patients after a limited glottic view using Macintosh laryngoscopy

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

T. Piepho, K. Fortmueller, F.M. Heid, I. Schmidtmann, C. Werner, R.R. Noppens

Anaesthesia 2011, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2044.2011.06872.x

Learning Endotracheal Intubation Using a Novel Videolaryngoscope Improves Intubation Skills of Medical Students

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

Frank Herbstreit, Philipp Fassbender, Helge Haberl, Clemens Kehren, Jürgen Peters

International Anesthesia Research Society 2011

First clinical evaluation of the C-MAC D-Blade videolaryngoscope during routine and difficult intubation

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

E. Cavus, T. Neumann, V. Doerges, T-Moeller, E. Scharf, K. Wagner, B. Bein, G. Serocki

Anesth Analg 2011; 112(2):382-5

A randomised, controlled crossover comparison of the C-MAC videolaryngoscopy in 150 patients during routine induction of anaesthesia

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

Erol Cavus, Carsten Thee, Thora Moeller, Joerg Kieckhaefer, Volker Doerges, Klaus Wagner

BMC Anesthesiology 2011; 11:6

Assessment of the storz video Macintosh laryngoscope for use in difficult airways: A human simulator study

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

Acad Emerg Med. 2010 Oct;17(10):1134-7

The C-MAC Videolaryngoscope: First Experiences with a new device for videolaryngoscopy-guided intubation

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

Erol Cavus, Joerg Kieckhaefer, Volker Doerges, Thora Moeller, Carsten Thee, Klaus Wagner

Anesth Analg. 2010 Feb 1;110(2):473-7. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0b013e3181c5bce5. Epub 2009 Nov 16.

Tracheal intubation using the mobile C-MAC video laryngoscope or direct laryngoscopy for patients with a simulated difficult airway

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

C. Byhahn, T. Iber, K. Zacharowski, C.F. Weber, M. Ruesseler, R. Schalk, D. Meininger

Minerva Anestesiol 2010;76 (March 2010)

Indirekte Laryngoskopie – Alternativen zur Atemwegssicherung

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

R.R. Noppens, C. Werner, T. Piepho

Anaesthesist 2010 – DOI 10.1007/s00101-009-1656-3, Springer-Verlag 2010

Comparison of the C-MAC videolaryngoscope with the Macintosh, Glidescope, and Airtraq laryngoscopes in easy and difficult laryngoscopy scenarios in manikins

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

J. McElwain, M.A. Malik, B.H. Harte, N.M. Flynn and J.G. Laffey

Anaesthesia 2010, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2044.2010.06307.x

A randomized, controlled crossover comparison of the C-MAC videolaryngoscope with direct laryngoscopy in 150 patients during routine induction of anaesthesia

Human Medicine

Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

Erol Cavus, Carsten Thee, Volker Dörges, Thora Moeller, Klaus Wagner

UKSH – ICEM 2010, Singapore