McGRATH™ MAC Video Laryngoscope
SAFEGUARD YOU — AND YOUR PATIENTS DURING INTUBATION
Video laryngoscopy used in the operating room supports first-attempt success of airway intubation. Research also shows that video laryngoscopy can help prevent clinician exposure to droplet-borne pathogens and further improve your safety.3 Recent guidelines highlight the risks of contracting COVID-19 among those caring for infected patients.3 The guidelines recommend that airway management clinicians take precautions to further protect against droplet-borne pathogens.3
The McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope is proven to improve first time success rate,1,2 reduce time,5 and lessen hemodynamic response to intubation6 when compared to the traditional direct visualization technique.
Make your first attempt your best. Every time.
The next-generation McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope is an enhanced, more robust device, designed to be used routinely in fast-paced hospital and EMS environments. The latest design offers:
- Enhanced optics
- Increased durability
- Intelligent battery management
FAMILIAR TECHNIQUE — EVOLVED
The McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope combines line-of-sight video from its portrait display with the familiar Macintosh technique. So you retain your traditional laryngoscopy skills.
SIMPLE, SMART, VERSATILE
The minute-by-minute battery indication and auto- off feature effectively optimize battery life. One handle with multiple blade options. From pediatric to adult patients and routine to extreme airways.7,8
Inspired by you
Based on your feedback, we designed the McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope so your first attempt will be your best — to help avoid airway complications.
Designed for routine use
The McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope provides a simple and convenient solution for confident intubation.
459.000 Ft + ÁFA
3.700 Ft + ÁFA
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1. Kriege M, Alflen C, Tzanova l, et al. Evaluation of the McGrath MAC and Macintosh laryngoscope for tracheal intubation in 2000 patients undergoing general anaesthesia; the randomized multicenter EMMA trial study protocol. BMJ Open. 2017; 7;e016907.
2. Kleine-Brueggeney M, Greif R, Schoettker P, Savoldelli GL, Nabecker S, Theiler LG. Evaluation of six videolaryngoscopes in 720 patients with a simulated difficult airway: a multicentre randomized controlled trial. British journal of anaesthesia. 2016;116(5):670-679.
3. Cook TM, El-Boghdadly K, McGuire B, McNarry AF, Patel A, Higgs A. Consensus guidelines for managing the airway in patients with COVID-19: Guidelines from the Difficult Airway Society, the Association of Anaesthetists the Intensive Care Society, the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and the Royal College of Anaesthetists. Anaesthesia. 2020;75(6):785–799.
4. Hall D, Steel A, Heij R, Eley A, Young P. Video laryngoscopy increases ‘mouth-to-mouth’ distance compared with direct laryngoscopy. Anaesthesia. 2020;75(6):822–823.
5. Alvis BD, Hester D, Watson D, Higgins M, St Jacques P. Randomized controlled trial comparing the McGRATH MAC video laryngoscope with the King Vision video laryngoscope in adult patients. Minerva anestesiologica. 2016;82(1):30-35.
6. Altun D, Ali A, Çamcı E, Özonur A, Seyhan TÖ. Haemodynamic Response to Four Different Laryngoscopes. Turk J Anaesthesiol Reanim. 2018;46(6):434-440.
7. Gaszyński T. Comparison of the glottic view during video-intubation in super obese patients: a series of cases. Ther Clin Risk Manag. 2016;12:1677-1682.
8. Szarpak L, Truszewski Z, Czyzewski L, et al. A comparison of the McGRATH™ MAC and Macintosh laryngoscopes for child tracheal intubation during resuscitation by paramedics. A randomized, crossover, manikin study. Am J Emerg Med. 2016;34(8):1338-41.