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Laryngoscopes With Conventional IlluminationAMERICAN PROFILE
The MacIntosh series laryngoscopes,designed by R. MacIntosh in 1941, are the predominant choice of the curved blade types. During laryngoscopy, the tip or “beak” of the blade is compressed into the angle formed by the base of the tongue and the epiglottis (vallecula), indirectly raising the epiglottis. The spatula of the blade has a smooth and gentle curve extending from the lock of the tip. In cross section, the construction resembles that of
a reverse Z flange, facilitating greater access during intubation. A wide variety of sizes are available. Made of stainless steel.