I recall the guilty days during my fellowship where many lives were lost due to delayed or faulty intubation in patients with cardiogenic shock. If only these devices were available those days . . .
It is ironical , why we took such a long time to make a scope to see a structure just beneath the oral cavity , while we were able to see remote duodenum and jejunum with video scope some 25 years ago !
Another device , which will come as handy would be the rapid bed side measurement of Aortic dimension .
It doesn’t require an expertise of a sonographer I believe .
Both these innovation come from Verathan
Video Laryngoscope & Aortic Scan