Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Laryngoscope


Ease of Intubation While Using Macintosh and (Mccoy’s Type) Laryngoscope Blade Undergoing with Anaesthesiology

N.V. Kanase; Saudamini Gandhi; Saurabh R Todi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 70-73

Various anesthesia devices have been designed to overcome the difficult airway scenario in anesthesia practice. The ease of intubation, timing, and hemodynamic variability between the two groups during intubation are considered as primary results compare. The study was conducted in two groups, each group set aside of 65 patients, named Group A and Group B with normal physical status I-II to endothelial intubation. Determined to perform surgery under anesthesia by consent. This includes simple rigid laryngoscopes for complex fiber-optic incubating devices; However, there is weak evidence to support the superiority of one device over another. McCoy’s blade shows overall minimal haemodynamic response and provides better glottic view and ease of intubation as compared to Macintosh blade.