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LMA Fastrach™ (Single Use)

ProductsLMA Fastrach™ (Single Use)
Company Vitaid
Item LMA Fastrach™ (Single Use)
Features 
  • Developed for the anticipated and unexpected difficult airway
  • Ideal for emergency carts and ambulances
  • Designed for rapid, blind intubation
  • Proven use in difficult to intubate patients
  • Ventilation possible between intubation attempts
  • Dedicated low volume, low pressure ET tube
  • One handed insertion without moving the head or neck from neutral position
  • Available in both reusable and single use versions
  • Latex free
  • Description The Intubating LMA™ Airway.

    Developed for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the anticipated or unexpected difficult airway, the LMA Fastrach™ has been designed to facilitate blind intubation without moving the head or neck. The LMA Fastrach™ allows continuous ventilation between intubation attempts.

    Selected by emergency teams worldwide including NASA for its ease and speed of use, included in the Difficult Airway Algorithms of the AHA and ASA, the LMA Fastrach™ has contributed to saving thousands of lives.
    Info Vitaid
    Customer Service: (800) 267-9301
    Web site: http://www.vitaid.com

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