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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.

Highlights

The New C-MAC® FIVE S

Excellent image quality for the most exacting requirements – the premium class in single-use endoscopy

The new single-use FIVE S (Flexible Intubation Video Endoscope) from KARL STORZ offers a single-use solution that is impressive in every respect. Its compatibility to the multifunctional C-MAC® monitor and the excellent image quality of the FIVE product family allows the new FIVE S to be perfectly integrated into the existing C-MAC® system.

  • Together with the C-MAC® S video laryngoscopes, the C-MAC® system is now a complete single-use platform with the best possible image quality
  • Optimal maneuverability thanks to the special, ergonomic sheath design with outstanding rigidity 
  • Exceptionally good gliding properties, particularly when using the endotracheal tube
  • Sterile packaging ensures constant availability
  • Workflows gain flexibility and speed as they no longer need to be adapted to product availability

The New C-MAC® FIVE 6.5

The future gold standard – the premium class for the intensive care unit

The new FIVE 6.5 (Flexible Intubation Video Endoscope) was specially developed for use in the intensive care unit. It is suitable for applications such as airway inspection and the suction of bronchial mucus as well as foreign body removal and biopsies. Its compatibility to the multifunctional C-MAC® monitor and the excellent image quality of the FIVE product family allows the new FIVE 6.5 for the intensive care unit to be perfectly integrated into the existing C-MAC® system.

  • Possible to switch to an alternative endoscope within seconds: Plan B is always at the ready
  • Large working channel of 3 mm
  • Ergonomic design for optimal maneuverability
  • Acoustic and tactile zero position control
  • Exceptional user performance
  • Completely mobile, compact and space-saving, particularly in the intensive care unit

The New C-MAC® VS Video Stylet

Redefine your limits

The new C-MAC® VS is a completely new type of video endoscope. Thanks to its semiflexible sheath and deflectable tip, it combines the advantages of both rigid intubation telescopes and flexible intubation endoscopes. Its design is similar to that of the retromolar intubation endoscope, which is of particular benefit for the unexpected difficult airway.

  • Lever with patented deflection mechanism and passive return
  • BlueButton: Documentation with the innovative multifunction button
  • Simple Plug & Play thanks to the universal C-MAC® system interface
  • Compatible with the C-MAC® III monitor, C-MAC® PM II and C-HUB® II
  • Excellent image quality due to the high-resolution chip at the distal end
  • The ideal airway endoscope for the emergency room or particularly difficult intubations

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10 Years of C-MAC®

10 Years of C-MAC®

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C-MAC® S – The Premium Class in Single-Use Video Laryngoscopy

C-MAC® S – The Premium Class in Single-Use Video Laryngoscopy

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FIVE – Flexible Intubation Video Endoscopes

FIVE – Flexible Intubation Video Endoscopes

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New C-MAC® Video Laryngoscope – C-MAC®

New C-MAC® Video Laryngoscope – C-MAC®

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New C-MAC® Video Stylet – Redefine your Limits in Airway Management

New C-MAC® Video Stylet – Redefine your Limits in Airway Management

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TRAINERS AND SIMULATORS

TRAINERS AND SIMULATORS

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The gold Standard doesn't have to be out of reach

The gold Standard doesn't have to be out of reach

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The gold Standard doesn't have to be out of reach

The gold Standard doesn't have to be out of reach

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Highlights 2019 Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

Highlights 2019 Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine

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C-MAC® - The Premium Class – Airway management for neonatology and pediatrics

C-MAC® - The Premium Class – Airway management for neonatology and pediatrics

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C-MAC® S video laryngoscope blade – for single use – REF 051110-01, 051111-01

C-MAC® S video laryngoscope blade – for single use – REF 051110-01, 051111-01

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C-MAC® Monitor 8403 ZX

C-MAC® Monitor 8403 ZX

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C-MAC® S Pediatric IMAGER 8403 XSP

C-MAC® S Pediatric IMAGER 8403 XSP

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C-MAC® S USB IMAGER 8402 XSB - C-MAC® S video laryngoscope blade series 05111x-10

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