Kaiser device claims superior intubation:
This article was originally published in Clinica
An anaesthiologist at Kaiser Permanente's Hayward hospital has invented an improved intubation device which, it claims, can benefit patients with head and neck trauma, enlarged tongue, throat tumour or obesity. The WuScope, named after its designer Dr Tzu-lang Wu, is claimed to be better than tracheotomy and easier to use than fibre-optic scopes. The product is being distributed by Pentax Medical.
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