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IntubationVL 2020-21: The Future DIRECTED BY JON BERALL MD, MPH, LT. CMDR. of Intubation Our Story Our Story Read More Our Story Vimac Read More Serpent Blade Photo Serpent Blade Our Story Read More Pocket VL Read More Our Story

Technology

Our product is on the cutting edge of Medical technology. Updating Legacy tools, the Miller and the Mac, for a better Med-Surg patient outcome.

Advancement

Our product is on the cutting edge of Medical technology. Updating Legacy tools, the Miller and the Mac, for a better Med-Surg patient outcome.

Assurance

Our product has been widely tested, Patented, USFDA registered, is selling strongly overseas and ready for mass use.

Testing

Our product has been widely tested, Patented, USFDA registered, is selling strongly overseas and ready for mass use.

Quality

All materials and technologies we use are of the highest possible quality. We don’t cut costs when it comes to saving lives.

Guranteed

All materials and technologies we use are of the highest possible quality. We don’t cut costs when it comes to saving lives.

The Power of the Vimac

Dr. Jon Berall, Inventor of “All” Video Laryngoscopes, at PGA73 Anesthesia Conference, December 2019, in NYC at the Marriot Marquis, demonstrating the New Vimac VL Scope features to attendees.

Berall Video L-scope Inc.

Presents The Vimac VL: A video-empowered Standard laryngoscope.
Portable, Single-unit, Hand-held, Battery-Powered, Robust, and 2020-2021 video technology.
Truly Remarkable.


The Serpent Blade: An addition to the Miller and Macintosh Blades that: ” Makes Sense”, “Interesting”, “Ahhhh”, “This is Very interesting !” ” Good luck with it !”

Serpent Blade

An improved Laryngoscope, featuring a blade shaped for improved opening of the lower jaw, and superior displacement of the tongue during intubation. The Serpent Blade also allows the “Jaw Thrust” move to be performed single handedly, from the L-scope handle. Its unique shape avoids damage to the teeth of the lower jaw.

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What is a Video Laryngoscope?

The Video Laryngoscope is used in a procedure called: “Intubation”: Placing a Breathing Tube into the windpipe to give oxygen under pressure when a person is not breathing.

Intubation By The Numbers. Before COVID-19

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Million Intubations in the U.S. Each Year.
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Million 200 Intubations World-Wide Each Year.
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Risk of First Pass Failure
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