The primary purpose of the AGobiTM All-In-One Airway Stabilizing device is to stabilize airways for elective endoscopic or conscious sedation procedures. However, in an emergency situation when tracheal intubation is not feasible or delayed for any reason, the AGobiTM All-In-One Airway Stabilizing device is the most optimal tool for saving lives.
EMS, Fire Departments and First Response Medical Teams can easily utilize the AGobiTM device as a first aid measure to restore normal breathing for individuals with a loss of consciousness or who are in respiratory failure. The AGobiTM device does not require the highly skilled techniques of tracheal intubation.
No special courses or sophisticated training is necessary to learn how to insert the AGobiTM device, especially important in the most critical of times.
With the AGobiTM All-In-One approach, there are fewer complications and higher success rates during clinical applications, such as Laryngoscopy, Bronchoscopy, EGD, and ERCP examinations.
The AGobiTM device will lessen procedural time, therefore allowing a speedier recovery and a lower rate of patient discomfort. Benefits include airway management with an easily adaptable ports for interchangeable, concurrent procedures, such as:
Each can be acomplished while allowing the introduction of endoscopic procedures. AGobiTM is the most optimal all-in-one tool for airway management.
Successful airway management is the key to a successful endoscopic procedure, allowing for an accurate diagnosis and a timely treatment program to be prescribed , thus leads to happier, healthier patients.
The importance of the stabilization of upper airways during endoscopic procedures which require conscious sedation is of a major concern among clinicians. With the use of The AGobiTM All-In-One Airway Stabilizing device, anesthesiologists do not have to re-intubate patients if they are unable to breathe spontaneously following extubation.
*AGobiTM device can be connected to high flow oxygen source, ambubags or noninvasive mechanical ventilators devices i.e. CPAP or BiPAP machines