The Sirius XL Eclipse Blade & XLED Handle sets are available in Macintosh sizes 2, 3 & 4, supplied in a case.
Sirius XL Eclipse Laryngoscope Blades
The Sirius XL Eclipse laryngoscope blades belong to the industry leading Sirius XL family of blades, exclusively available from Timesco. They are made from high grade stainless steel & incorporate an exceptional glass fibre optic core, allowing maximum light from the Timesco Xenon laryngoscope handles to reach the articulating tip of the blades. The Sirius XL Eclipse laryngoscope blades are supplied with an extensive 5 year guarantee; our mark of quality that you can trust. The Sirius XL Eclipse laryngscope blades are fully autoclavable and available in Macintosh design sizes 2, 3 & 4, benefitting from an enclosed fibre optic core preventing any ingress of debris, allowing for easy cleaning. Timesco also offer a complete range of standard Sirius XL blades. The Sirius XL Eclipse laryngoscope blades are an invaluable aid for difficult intubations as they feature a flexible tip for elevation of the epiglottis fold providing an improved view of the trachea without excessive force resulting in less patient trauma. More details are available here.
Timesco XLED Laryngoscope Handle
The Timesco new & improved XLED laryngoscope handles provide exceptionally bright white illumination from a replaceable LED bulb supplying consistent, flicker free light & maximising battery life due to low power consumption. They are available in medium, small & stubby size and are compatible with reusable & single use blades. Spare bulbs for our XLED laryngoscope handles are available to purchase direct from Timesco.
|2955.178.15||Sirius XL Eclipse Macintosh 2 and XLED Handle in case||115mm x 24mm|
|2955.178.20||Sirius XL Eclipse Macintosh 3 and XLED Handle in case||135mm x 24mm|
|2955.178.25||Sirius XL Eclipse Macintosh 4 and XLED Handle in case||160mm x 24mm|
The Timesco Sirius XL Eclipse laryngoscope blades benefit from an articulating tip to enable the elevation of the epiglottis fold; providing an improved view of the trachea without excessive force, resulting in less risk of patient trauma especially in difficult intubations. For example:
- Patients with restricted mouth opening
- Patients with protruding teeth
- Patients that have decreased neck movement
- Patients with spinal injuries
- Patients with cervical neck collars in use
Timesco also offer single use Eclipse blades in our Callisto range.