PortaView (LF-TP)

Intubation Fiberscope

PortaView (LF-TP)

The sleek, lightweight design of the PortaView® LF-TP fiberscope makes it highly portable for use in emergency situations, at the bedside, in an operating room, or in an ICU. A large 2.6 mm suction channel increases the scope’s capability to suction even highly viscous sputa. With an outer diameter of only 5.2 mm, the LF-TP is compatible with single-lumen tracheal tubes with an internal diameter of 6.0 mm or greater.

Key Benefits

  • Maximum portability: With an integrated miniature light source, the LF-TP ensures maximum portability for use in a variety of settings and is ideal for use in emergency situations, at the bedside, in an operating room, or in an ICU.
  • Bright images: Superb optics and the latest LED technology result in bright, high-resolution images for observation.
  • Compatible design: The LF-TP is compatible with conventional light sources and video systems for versatility.

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