An oropharyngeal airway, also known as an oral airway, is a medical device used to maintain a patent open airway by preventing the tongue from covering the epiglottis, which could prevent the person from breathing.
ROYAX offers two basic styles of laryngoscope blades: the curved blade and the straight blade. The Macintosh blade is the most widely used of the curved laryngoscope blades, while the Miller blade is the most popular style of straight blade. Both Miller and Macintosh laryngoscope blades are available.
Magill forceps are used to guide a tracheal tube into the larynx or a nasogastric tube into the exophagus under direct vision. It is also used to place pharyngeal packs and remove foreign bodies.
Tongue clamps / forceps are used when an unobstructed view of the tongue is necessary. This instrument features rubber inserts as the actual working surface.