Clinical Publications

View the most recent findings, literature, and publications surrounding the use of intubation devices.

Published Literature

Are Combined Techniques using Video Laryngoscopes and Dynamic Stylets Superior to Fiberoptic Techniques?

Date: August 2023
Author: Shah, Ashka MD
doi: 10.2174/18743218-v17-230906-2023-11

A Consecutive Case Series of Rescue Intubations With the Articulating Total Control Introducer for Precision Tracheal Access

Date: March 2021
Author: Shah, Ashka MD
doi:10.1213/XAA.000000000000141

Successful intubation of a patient with a supraglottic tumor using a novel articulating introducer for precision tracheal access

Date: February 2021
Author: Keefe, Katherine R. MD
doi: 10.1097/HN9.0000000000000031

Combined use of a Total Control Introducer and a hyperangulated video laryngoscope to place a left-sided double lumen endotracheal tube in a patient with a history of difficult laryngoscopy

Date: October 2021
Author: Jacob E Pollard
doi: 10.1136/bcr-2021-243407

Total control introducer-aided nasotracheal intubation using a videolaryngoscope in an anticipated difficult airway: a novel technique

Date: December 2020
Author: Abhishek Kumar
doi: 10.1136/bcr-2020-236118

First Case Report of Intubation With a Total Control Introducer and a Hyperangulated Video Laryngoscope

Date: September 2020
Author: Pollard, Jacob MD
doi: 10.1213/XAA.0000000000001310

Posters and Abstracts

Comparison of Procedural Distancing of Primary and Advanced Intubation Techniques

Airway Introducer Tip Control With and Without Visual Feedback at the Level of The Cords

Increasing First-Pass Success

Tip Depth Control Abstract

TCI Rescue Experience

White Papers

Burden of First Pass Intubation

Date: October 2019
Author: Amber L. Schilling

Cervical Spine Case Series

Date: January 2020
Author: Guillermo Navarro and Rubén Allor

Rescue Series Report

Author: J.E. Pollard

Combined Technique Publications

Dynamic vs. Stylet-Guided Inutbation

Combined Technique vs. FOB

Routine Intubation Trauma

Hoarsness and Loss of Voice

Vocal Complications

Injuries with Stylets