Next Generation Airway Tools – Designed With The Laryngoscope In Mind


The Problem

Intubation remains difficult and dangerous. The 3rd most common medical procedure in the US, with over 40M performed each year. The cost of intubation complications is over $20 B in increased medical care. Currently, 55% of failed intubations in the emergency department and ICU are due to the inability to direct the endotracheal tube into the trachea.

Airway Tools Evolved

The video laryngoscope has revolutionized visualization for intubation. Airway tools have not evolved to harness this new view. Our evolved line of airway products are designed to exploit this technology gap! Tomorrow’s tools solving today’s problems.

The Solution

Through The Cords airway devices can reduce major complications by 55%: Preventing 200 thousand major complications. Saving $10 B in medical costs. Saving 45 thousand lives!
What is intubation? Check out our website and learn more about how to intubate and our new medical device that makes it easier and safer.

Taking The ‘Difficult’ Out Of ‘Difficult Airways’

Designed to take full advantage of the superior view provided by video laryngoscopes. The Through-The-Cords Articulating Introducer, allows precise tip control.  Designed to make the most difficult airways easy.  Once in the trachea, an intuitive depth control system allows precise tip depth control throughout the intubation.

Total Control Introducer™ (TCI)

Additional Tools

Intuitive Depth Bougie™ (IDB)

Intuitive Depth Exchange™ Catheter (IDC)

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Our articulating introducer provides easy maneuverability to get to and through the cords. Intuitive depth control makes sure devices are safely placed. Green at the cords; tip is mid trachea. Simple as that. Data on file.

Cost Effective

Intubation complications cost over $20 billion each year in increased medical costs plus 600,000 major complications, and leads to 100,000 deaths. Our tools reduce first pass failure and poor depth control.


Each year hundreds of thousands of major complications happen in emergency intubations because of first pass intubation failures and poor depth control. These complications lead to excess deaths in critically ill patients.

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