Laryngoscopy is the endoscopy of the throat, which allows examination of the larynx using a laryngoscope. The laryngoscopes are used to facilitate tracheal intubation during general anesthesia or cardiopulmonary emergencies.
Laryngoscopes are made up of two parts, a blade, and a handle. There are two common shapes for laryngoscope blades, curved and straight. Macintosh blades are the most commonly used curved blades. Miller blades are the most commonly used straight blades. Laryngoscope blades contain either a standard or fiber optic light source. Fiber optic blades provide brighter light output than standard blades. Propper reusable laryngoscope blades feature a large-diameter integrated fiber optic bundle, which allows for increased light transmission. The integrated design allows for easy cleaning and sterilization using Steam, EO and Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. Propper Macintosh Blades are available in size 1-5. Propper Miller Blades are available in size 0–4. They are made of select quality 304 Stainless Steel with flawless pinhole free surface finish.
Laryngoscope handles are available in a variety of sizes. Propper handles are available in three sizes, stubby, AA and C. Laryngoscope handles contain batteries and a light bulb. They are available with xenon light bulbs or Superlume® LED light bulbs. Superlume® handles feature the brightest output of any current handle. With a high color temperature, allowing for ideal conditions during intubation.
All Propper Manufacturing Company blades and handles are green system compliant.View All Products
Propper Manufacturing’s macintosh blades feature a reduced proximal blade height that assists in intubating patients with limited oral access.View
Our xenon handles provide the versatility you need with quality you can rely on, available in three sizes and compliant with all green system blades.View
Miller Laryngoscope Blades combine durable stainless steel with large diameter, high performance full integrated fiber optic bundles.View