Perfect Placement Made Easy with the Air-Q3 ILA
When healthcare providers must act fast, it’s important to have an airway management device that gets the job done quickly and efficiently. The Air-Q®3 intubating laryngeal airway (ILA) from AirLife is an accurate and user-friendly product that helps make perfect placement easy.
The intuitive design of the Air-Q3 supraglottic airways puts the focus on the patient rather than the product and can reduce the time to first breath after insertion. The unique cuff and bowl design of the Air-Q3 ILA includes an epiglottis elevator and raised heal to optimize airway placement and seal. It provides anatomically correct placement of the masked airway and a guide ramp to assist with ETT insertion and placement.
In addition to the user-friendly design and safety benefits, the Air-Q3 laryngeal mask airway is available in self-pressurizing and gastric models to better fit individual patients’ needs.
Features extra wide gastric inlet access and two gastric channels that accommodate NG tubes up to 18Fr.
Uses positive pressure ventilation to self-pressurize the cuff. Cuff pressures cycle between peak airway pressure and PEEP levels.
Features extra wide gastric inlet access, two gastric channels that accommodate NG tubes up to 18 Fr and a self-pressurizing cuff that utilizes a positive-pressure ventilatory source.
Each Air-Q3 model is available in a wide range of sizes, including neonate. Sizes include 0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, and 5; appropriate for patients weighing < 2.0 kg to >80 kg.
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