Oklahoma City, OK, January 16, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The Vie Scope is Adroit Surgical’s patented direct laryngoscope in a self-contained, battery powered, scope that takes advantage of a closed circular tube with a beveled end to visualize the vocal cords. The light is transmitted through the side wall of the tube from end to end as well as within the lumen of the tube to give the user the best illumination of the target tissue with minimal chance of light obstruction by secretions or blood.
The Voir Bougie for intubation makes intubation safer, faster, and more efficient. The Voir Bougie® is unique in that has clearly marked bands allowing the user to identify the correct depth upon insertion to avoid lung or tracheal injury. Allowing the process of intubation to occur safely when passing the endotracheal tube over the Voir Bougie® during intubation.
Paul Hagen, Chief Operating Officer issued the following statement regarding the announcement: “The Vie Scope and Voir Bougie offers a safe, innovative, cost-effective, solution that allows EMS Providers to safely intubate the entire range of patients quickly with an outstanding first pass success rate.”
Hagen also added, if the patient cannot breathe nothing else matters. The Vie Scope and Voir Bougie allows EMS Providers an optimal view of the vocal cords and accurate, quick placement of the endotracheal tube ensuring prompt ventilation for the patient.
Details regarding the products can be obtained by contacting our distributor partners or Adroit Surgical directly at 877-7ADROIT or by visiting www.adroitsurgical.com
About Adroit Surgical, LLC: is a privately funded medical device company. Adroit has developed a patented method for securing the difficult airway in emergency situations. The first two introductory products are changing the current standard of care, making intubation faster, safer, and less expensive. The products address a large void in airway management market. The Vie Scope® offers EMS providers the unique ability to handle all adult intubations using only one laryngoscope. The direct line of sight view for the user will lower patient complications as well as save time and money.