Video laryngoscopy used in the operating room supports first-attempt success of airway intubation. Research also shows that video laryngoscopy can help prevent clinician exposure to droplet-borne pathogens and further improve your safety.3 Recent guidelines highlight the risks of contracting COVID-19 among those caring for infected patients.3 The guidelines recommend that airway management clinicians take precautions to further protect against droplet-borne pathogens.3
The McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope is proven to improve first time success rate,1,2 reduce time,([FOOTNOTE=Alvis BD, Hester D, Watson D, Higgins M, St Jacques P. Randomized controlled trial comparing the McGRATH MAC video laryngoscope with the King Vision video laryngoscope in adult patients. Minerva anestesiologica. 2016;82(1):30-35.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) and lessen hemodynamic response to intubation([FOOTNOTE=Altun D, Ali A, Çamcı E, Özonur A, Seyhan TÖ. Haemodynamic Response to Four Different Laryngoscopes. Turk J Anaesthesiol Reanim. 2018;46(6):434-440.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) when compared to the traditional direct visualization technique.