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King Vision® Video Laryngoscope

King Vision has been designed with the intention to make a revolutionary series of high performance portable video laryngoscopes. The King Vision combines the convenience of a durable reusable, video display with a disposable blade at a price that’s affordable for all of your intubations, difficult and routine.

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The KINGVISION: clinical assessment of performance in 50 patients

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Year
2013
Journal
Masui
Author
Shimada et al.
Publication details
2013 Jun;62(6):757-60

Comparison of tube-guided and guideless videolaryngoscope for tracheal intubation during chest compression in a manikin: a randomized crossover trial

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Year
2015
Journal
J Anesth.
Author
Okada D et al.
Publication details
2015 Jun;29(3):331-7

A combination of KingVision video-laryngoscope and flexible fibroscope for awake intubation in patient with laryngeal tumor--case report and literature review

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Year
2015
Journal
Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther.
Author
Gaszynski T.
Publication details
2015;47(4):433-5

Comparative study of the KingVision videolaryngoscope and Airwayscope using manikins

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Year
2014
Journal
Masui
Author
Hayashi K et al.
Publication details
2014 Aug;63(8):927-30

EMS Intubation Improves with King Vision Video Laryngoscopy

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Year
2015
Journal
Prehosp Emerg Care.
Author
Jarvis JL et al.
Publication details
2015;19(4):482-9

Gastric tube insertion under direct vision using the King Vision™ video laryngoscope: a randomized, prospective, clinical trial

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Year
2014
Journal
BMC Anesthesiol
Author
T. Okabe et al.
Publication details
2014 Sep 25;14:82

Seen the difference. Deploying the video laryngoscope into a ground EMS system

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Year
2014
Journal
Jems
Author
Escott M. et al.
Publication details
Aug 2014

Tracheal intubation with King Vision in a patient with oral opening < 1 cm

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Year
2014
Journal
ESA 2014
Author
Pinho M et al.

Comparison of video, optical, and direct laryngoscopy by experienced tactical paramedics

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Year
2014
Journal
Prehosp Emerg Care
Author
Yun BJ et al.
Publication details
2014 Jul-Sep;18(3):442-5

Comparison of the king vision video laryngoscope with the macintosh laryngoscope

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Year
2014
Journal
J Emerg Med
Author
Murphy LD et al.
Publication details
Aug;47(2):239-46

Seeing the Difference – Using video laryngoscopes for foreign body obstruction

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Year
2013
Journal
JEMS
Author
K Mifflin et al.
Publication details
December 2013

The King Vision: clinical assessment of performance in 50 patients

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Year
2013
Journal
Masui
Author
N Shimada et al.
Publication details
2013 Jun;62(6):757-60

Comparison of intubation performance between the King Vision and Macintosh laryngoscopes in novice personnel: a randomized, crossover manikin study

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Year
2013
Journal
J Anesth
Author
Akihisa Y et al.
Publication details
2013 Jun 30

A comparative evaluation of the Airtraq and King Vision video laryngoscope as an intubating aid in adult patients.

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Year
2015
Journal
Acta Anaesthesiol Belg. 2015;66(3):81-5.
Author
Ali QE et al

Posters

Video vs. Direct Laryngoscopy: Assessment of the First 100 day Run-In Period for EMS

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Year
2013
Author
Mark E.A. Escott et al.
Publication details
Montgomery County Hospital District

Successful Intubation of a Trauma Patient with Cervical Spine Fracture via the King Vision Video Laryngoscope

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Year
2013
Author
D Bracken, JD Samuels
Publication details
NY Academy of Medicine and NYPGA

The Swiss Video-Intubation Trial (SWIVIT). Evaluation of six video-laryngoscopes in 720 patients with a created difficult airway: first results

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Year
2013
Author
R. Greif et al.
Conference
ASA 2013 San Francisco, CA

Comparing efficacy of King Vision and Glidescope in cadavers

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Year
2013
Author
Mullen T et al.
Conference
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

Initial experience with the KingVision Laryngoscope: Emphasis on Human Factors

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Year
2012
Author
Jeranek M et al.
Conference
Annual Society for Airway Management Scientific Meeting 2012

White papers

Use of the King Vision video laryngoscope to facilitate fibreoptic intubation in critical tracheal stenosis proves superior to Glidescope

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Year
2013
Journal
Can J Anaesth.
Author
MR El-Tahan et al.
Publication details
2014 Feb;61(2):213-4
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