Lower Jaw-Thrusting (LJT ) Oropharyngeal (Oral) Airways


PROVEN TO OPEN AND MAINTAIN THE OROPHARYNGEAL OPENING AND CONTROL THE TONGUE

 
It is estimated that over 350 million oropharyngeal (oral) airways are used every year around the world, during anesthesia, on semi-conscious / unconscious patient’s and during CPR. But would it surprise you to know that current common Guedel and Berman oral airways have been clinically proven to be deficient in opening and maintaining the oropharynx airway? That’s why we developed LJT Oral Airways!

 

The two-leading oral airways were introduced over 80 and 65 years ago, but the simple fact is that medical science has taken leaps and bounds since that time but, unfortunately, with what we know today regarding anatomical physiology, they are an old “hold over” from the past and they do not adequately fulfill all of the requirements to maintain the airway in semiconscious / unconscious patients.

Common oral airways are:

 

  • Deficient at opening and maintaining the oropharynx airway
  • Not designed to control the ever-problematic tongue
  • Possess no dimensional consistencies across sizing – affecting how it impacts a patients anatomy
  • Jaw-Thrust Opens and Maintains the Oropharyngeal Airway
  • Designed to Control the Tongue
  • Fixed Positioning of Device
  • Allows Hands-Free Use
  • Dimensional Standardization Across Sizing

Our line of LJT Oral Airways provide:

 

  • Superior Patient Care
  • Decreased Procedural Complications
  • Decreased Operational Costs