Anesthetic Care


Laryngeal Mask Airway (LMA)

Role of LMA in the management of difficult airway intubation’s or ventilation through a facemask

  • As aid to tracheal intubation.
  • the techniques of insertion of the LMA and sub- sequent tracheal intubation
  • the use of LMA in patients with airway problems.
  • LMA is successfully used inpatient in whom tracheal intubation
  • 1 Neonates/infants up to 5 kg
  • 1 ½ Infants from 5kg to 10 kg
  • 2 Babies and children from 10kg to 20kg
  • 2 ½ Children from 20kg to 30kg

LMA Fastrach

Independent ventilation Stress free intubation and extubation

  • Permits rapid wide-bore access to the larynx and bronchial tree during Positive Pressure Ventilation
  • Automatically protects the epiglottis, allowing gentle blind instrumentation with up to 8.5mm cuffed tubes
  • Rigid tube and handle permits precise control of tracheal tube orientation without laryngoscopy, fibroscopy or bougies
  • Requires no head or neck manipulation
  • Can be inserted with one hand, and from any position
  • Proven as an effective airway and intubation guide in Mallampati IV Cormack/Lehane II case

LMA Cuff Deflator

Ensures correct deflation every time by pressing the cuff into a pre-formed shape while the air is being withdrawn.


Silicone Resuscitator is designed to meet all the varied requirements for a resuscitation, from rescue party use up to professional medical applications and it is equally used at home, in hospital, school, factory, ambulance, mountain, army and navy and on the beach, providing dependable first-aid resuscitation anywhere, anytime.