L-Scope™

The L-Scope™, a video laryngoscope, is used in conjunction with medical simulators to assist educators in teaching learners how to intubate a patient properly. This all-in-one, rigid device with a MAC3 blade design, features the popular ETC™ recording technology built right in.

L-Scope™ has the ability to transmit live video and data directly to a Windows computer or to an ETC FusionHD™ recording system as an auxiliary input.

Intubating a patient may become common practice in learners’ future careers. Proper intubation techniques are crucial to learn and practice as it is actually a complex procedure with potentially dangerous, life-threatening complications. L-Scope™ gives learners the time and opportunity to practice with no patient risk.

Features

  • Rechargeable Battery
    • 2 hours of usage
  • Quick access to features while intubating
    your simulator
  • Built-in camera utilizes KbPort™ ETC FusionHD™
  • LED located in blade tip
    • Illumination of the airway
  • MAC3 Blade Design

“The enhanced technology of KbPort™ L-Scope™ can now provide more accurate performance using visual and video guidance of anatomic structures. Deliberate practice in the simulation setting provides learners with the knowledge and skills to safely manage an airway situation with confidence. Educators can also assess the learner for accuracy and safety prior to engagement with real patients. KbPort™ innovative technology augments realistic psychomotor practices yielding better prepared practitioners.”

– Wendy Grbach, MSN, RN, CLNC, Education Consultant

The L-Scope™, a video laryngoscope, is used in conjunction with medical simulators to assist educators in teaching learners how to intubate a patient properly. This all-in-one, rigid device with a MAC3 blade design, features the popular ETC™ recording technology built right in.

L-Scope™ has the ability to transmit live video and data directly to a Windows computer or to an ETC FusionHD™ recording system as an auxiliary input.

Intubating a patient may become common practice in learners’ future careers. Proper intubation techniques are crucial to learn and practice as it is actually a complex procedure with potentially dangerous, life-threatening complications. L-Scope™ gives learners the time and opportunity to practice with no patient risk.

Features

  • Rechargeable Battery
    • 2 hours of usage
  • Quick access to features while intubating your simulator
  • Built-in camera utilizes KbPort™ ETC FusionHD™
  • LED located in blade tip
    • Illumination of the airway
  • MAC3 Blade Design

“The enhanced technology of KbPort™ L-Scope™ can now provide more accurate performance using visual and video guidance of anatomic structures. Deliberate practice in the simulation setting provides learners with the knowledge and skills to safely manage an airway situation with confidence. Educators can also assess the learner for accuracy and safety prior to engagement with real patients. KbPort™ innovative technology augments realistic psychomotor practices yielding better prepared practitioners.”

– Wendy Grbach, MSN, RN, CLNC, Education Consultant

Proper Airway Management: Intubation Techniques

Airway management is a fundamental aspect of emergency care, critical care, and anesthetic practice. The most typical airway management procedure, Endotracheal intubation (ETI), can save lives, but is still considered a high risk procedure. Without proper repetitive training risk for critical medical errors exists.

Errors in airway management and intubation techniques can have significant impact on patients. Improper airway management, particularly when intubating a patient, can lead to a variety of severe complications including stroke, irregular arrhythmia, nerve damage, brain damage, a collapsed lung, or even death.

Potentially life threatening and preventable complications often occur, particularly in the ICU and Emergency rooms. Professional competence in airway management is crucial when caring for patients, particularly those that are critically ill.

Proper airway management and intubation techniques are vital in order for healthcare workers to make precise clinical decisions.