Video Laryngoscope Advantages And Basic Standards For Preanesthesia Care

With the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis earlier this year,Jiangsu Mole Electronic Technology focused on helping address a growing need for safety measures when medical staff is treating positive tested patients. During intubation, an often-necessary treatment path for severe cases of the infection, doctors are especially prone to exposure given the close proximity to the transmission site. With the video laryngoscope , the company offers protection to the user by enabling an increased distance between themselves and the patient.

Video laryngoscopy wherever and whenever you intubate.

The laryngoscope  is the new single use, fully disposable video laryngoscope from Intersurgical, providing the option of video laryngoscopy in the ER, ICU, maternity or the pre-hospital environment.

By incorporating a Macintosh blade, The laryngoscope can also be used for direct laryngoscopy and the technique for insertion is more familiar and instinctive than for devices with a hyper-angulated blade. Its ergonomic design ensures i-view is easy to use, and the integral LCD screen provides an optimal view in a variety of light conditions.

By combining all the advantages of a fully integrated video laryngoscope in a single use, disposable product, mole medical provides a cost-effective solution.

BASIC STANDARDS FOR PREANESTHESIA CARE

Committee of Origin: Standards and Practice Parameters (Approved by the ASA House of Delegates on October 14, 1987, and last affirmed on October 28, 2015)

These standards apply to all patients who receive anesthesia care. Under exceptional circumstances, these standards may be modified. When this is the case, the circumstances shall be documented in the patient’s record.

An anesthesiologist shall be responsible for determining the medical status of the patient and developing a plan of anesthesia care.

The anesthesiologist, before the delivery of anesthesia care, is responsible for:

1. Reviewing the available medical record.
2. Interviewing and performing a focused examination of the patient to:
2.1 Discuss the medical history, including previous anesthetic experiences and medical therapy.
2.2 Assess those aspects of the patient’s physical condition that might affect decisions regarding perioperative risk and management.
3. Ordering and reviewing pertinent available tests and consultations as necessary for the delivery of anesthesia care.
4. Ordering appropriate preoperative medications.
5. Ensuring that consent has been obtained for the anesthesia care.
6. Documenting in the chart that the above has been performed.


Post time: 26-07-21