StyletView is simple idea and cost Effective Video Stylet Laryngoscope
For general endotracheal intubation
Put the StyletView into the endotracheal tube . Adjust the angle of the tube; recommended adjustment is a hockey-stick bend of approximately 45 to 90 degrees about 5cm from the tip. It is important to make sure that the orientation of the camera is correct before proceeding.
Lay the patient’s head on the pillow, extending the neck upward slightly (if you suspect the neck may be injured, leave neck in neutral position). Next, use the left hand to hold the laryngoscope, place it in the middle of the mouth and lift the chin slightly (if you suspect a neck injury, do not lift the chin).
If you can easily find vocal cords, place the ET tube through cords. If you can not easily view the vocal cords, or neck injury is suspected, use the video image to guide the ET tube through mouth, pharynx and vocal cords. After insertion, use the monitor to guide to the correct location. After placement,
secure the ET tube before removal of the StyletView and start mechanical ventilation.
** Experienced health care providers, using a video-guided StyletView, can accomplish endotracheal intubation without laryngoscope.
LMA (Laryngeal Mask Airway)
StyletView can check and adjust LMA’s location in the pharynx. It can also be used to switch from an LMA to an endotracheal intubation.
StyletView (NEW GENERATION Double LCD Monitor)
Super light weight