The Pentax-AWS video laryngoscope allows medical emergency professionals to perform tracheal intubation without the use of a stylet and without having to extend the patient's neck. All of which reduce stress on the patient and increases procedure efficiency.
The Pentax-AWS monitor offers a wide viewing angle so the user and others can observe the intubation.
Further, the Pentax-AWS includes an output capable of broadcasting to an ancillary monitor.
The PBlade is a detachable laryngoscopic blade that eliminates the need for a stylet and allows the user to guide the endotracheal tube into the correct location. A groove on the PBlade allows the endotracheal tube to be easily guided into position which allows a less experienced user to successfully intubate patients. The PBlade is also designed with a suction tube channel that allows for the evacuation of unnecessary fluids that obstruct a successful intubation. Finally, each PBlade is sterile and disposable which severely decreases any risk of infection.
A Tilting Monitor Allows for Intubation from Multiple Angles
While the patient is on his back, the user may intubate from various angles.
The patient is upright. Normally this position would pose to be a difficult intubation. However, the Pentax-AWS allows for an easier intubation.
If a patient were lying face down on the floor, a proper intubation would almost be impossible. But even with a lack of light, the Pentax-AWS allows the user to properly and quickly intubate the patient without having to move him from his position.