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Review the recommended intubation technique using the McGrath™ Mac Video Laryngoscope MAC-3
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Understand the pulmonary system to help properly interpret capnography waveforms and provide effective and timely interventions.
The McGRATH™ MAC Enhanced Direct Laryngoscope may help to maximize your chance for a successful intubation on the first attempt.
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The McGRATH™ MAC laryngoscope is portable and cost-effective, making critical video laryngoscope technology accessible for any intubation.
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