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4892 PavisusVL

Alternative title: Enhancing First-Pass Success: The Groundbreaking Pavisus VL

Awarded: NOK 6.0 mill.

Project Number:

351187

Project Period:

2024 - 2026

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Proper airway management is crucial for patient safety during surgery and in emergency situations. Despite advancements in medical technology, successfully securing a patient's airway on the first attempt can be challenging, potentially leading to complications and adverse outcomes. This project aims to address this issue through the development and validation of an innovative videolaryngoscope called the Pavisus VL. The Pavisus VL is designed to significantly reduce the risk of failure during the initial attempt to secure a patient's airway, simplifying the management of complex airways and ensuring reliable performance across a wide range of clinical scenarios. This groundbreaking device incorporates several key features, such as a uniquely designed single-use blade with integrated channels for cleaning, oxygen delivery, and suctioning, as well as an adjustable camera arm that provides a broad array of viewing angles. The project is a collaboration between Pavisus, a Norwegian medical device company, and Insel Gruppe AG, a leading Swiss healthcare provider. The partnership will involve the development and extensive testing of the Pavisus VL, followed by clinical validation in real-world settings. By combining innovative engineering, clinical expertise, and a patient-centric approach, the project aims to create a device that sets a new standard in videolaryngoscopy. Successful development and implementation of the Pavisus VL have the potential to greatly enhance patient safety, improve clinical outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs associated with managing difficult airways. By equipping anesthesiologists and other healthcare professionals with an advanced and user-friendly tool, this project seeks to revolutionize airway management and ultimately benefit patients worldwide, making surgical procedures and emergency care safer and more effective for all.

Project Summary (1934 characters): Airway management is a crucial aspect of patient care, especially during surgery or emergency situations. Despite progress in medical technology, successfully securing a patient's airway on the first attempt can be challenging, potentially leading to complications and negative outcomes. This project aims to tackle this issue by developing and validating an innovative videolaryngoscope called the Pavisus VL. The Pavisus VL is designed to significantly reduce the risk of failure during the initial attempt to secure a patient's airway, simplifying the management of complex airways and ensuring reliable performance across a broad spectrum of clinical scenarios. This groundbreaking device incorporates several key features, such as a uniquely designed single-use blade with integrated channels for cleaning, oxygen delivery, and suctioning, as well as an adjustable camera arm that offers a wide range of viewing angles. The project is a collaboration between Pavisus, a Norwegian medical device company, and Insel Gruppe AG, a leading Swiss healthcare provider. The partnership will involve the development and extensive testing of the Pavisus VL, followed by clinical validation in real-world settings. By combining innovative engineering, clinical expertise, and a patient-focused approach, the project aims to create a device that establishes a new benchmark in videolaryngoscopy. The successful development and implementation of the Pavisus VL have the potential to considerably improve patient safety, enhance clinical outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs associated with managing difficult airways. By equipping anesthesiologists and other healthcare professionals with an advanced and user-friendly tool, this project aims to revolutionize airway management and ultimately benefit patients worldwide.

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EUROSTARS-EUROSTARS

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