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Intersurgical I-Gel Supraglottic Airway

Intersurgical

    Features

  • Size: 1.0 to 5
  • Neonate/Infant/Paediatric/Adult
  • Ease & speed of insertion
  • Reduced trauma
  • Integral bite block
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  • SMB Code : I55-95
  • MFG Code : 8201000
  • Pack Size : Single
  • MRP : 2900
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  • The i-gel is the innovative second generation supraglottic airway device from Intersurgical
  • The first major development since the laryngeal mask airway, i-gel has changed the face of airway management and is now widely used in anaesthesia and resuscitation across the globe
  • Made from a medical grade thermoplastic elastomer, i-gel has been designed to create a non-inflatable, anatomical seal of the pharyngeal, laryngeal and perilaryngeal structures whilst avoiding compression trauma
  • This supraglottic airway laryngeal mask is supplied in an innovative, colour-coded polypropylene protective cradle or cage pack
  • i-gel has a soft, gel-like, non-inflatable cuff, designed to provide an anatomical impression fit over the laryngeal inlet
  • The laryngeal mask allows for easy and speedy insertion
  • These laryngeal masks are available in multiple sizes:
    ◦ Size: 1.0, Neonatal (2-5kg)
    ◦ Size: 1.5, Infant (5-12kg)
    ◦ Size: 2.0, Small Paediatric (10-25kg)
    ◦ Size: 2.5, Large Paediatric (25-35kg)
    ◦ Size: 3, Small Adult (30-60kg)
    ◦ Size: 4, Medium Adult (50-90kg)
    ◦ Size: 5, Large Adult (90+kg)
  • Supraglottic airway devices (SADs) are devices that keep the upper airway clear for unobstructed ventilation. Laryngeal masks are a type of supraglottic airway which keep a patient’s airway open during the state of unconsciousness and when the patient is under anesthesia. When the laryngeal mask is correctly placed, it sits above the glottis in the hypopharynx region.
  • Supraglottic Airway Devices (SADs) comprise a vast group of tools designed to provide a means for ventilation, oxygenation and administration of anaesthetic gases during situations of respiratory arrest or in a patient who is submitted to a surgical procedure under general anaesthesia.The laryngeal mask airway (LMA) is an acceptable alternative to mask anesthesia in the operating room. It is often used for short procedures when endotracheal intubation is not necessary.
  • How to insert a Laryngeal Mask Airway:
    ◦ First, Deflate The Cuff Properly
    ◦ Lubricate the Posterior LMA Surface
    ◦ Slight Flexion of the Head on the Neck Can Help
    ◦ How You Hold the LMA Matters
    ◦ Open The Mouth As Wide As You Can
    ◦ Insert As Far Back as Possible Until It Seats
    ◦ Be careful With the Tongue

    User Guide: I-Gel User Guide- View PDF
    Brochure: I-Gel Brochure- View PDF

Customer reviews

Dr Aatma Sahu
2018-02-26
Very nice eqiment
Dr. Vivek Bhalla
2018-03-07
Extremely high quality and easy to insert in place - much required qualities especially during emergencies.
Dr. P. Rathinasamy
2018-05-03
Good