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MADgic® Laryngo-Tracheal Mucosal Atomization Device - with 3 mL Syringe
Packaging 25 / BX

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Item Description

MADgic® Laryngo-Tracheal Mucosal Atomization Device - with 3 mL Syringe

The MADgic® Laryngo-Tracheal Mucosal Atomization Device offers a versatile choice to administer medication* across the entire upper airway and beyond the vocal cords.


Key features include:

• Consistent, fine atomized spray for direct coverage of nose, pharynx, larynx and trachea

• Long, narrow stylet is designed to be gently curved and flexible, allowing it to reach a patient's vocal cords for targeted coverage

• Adapts to any luer-lock syringe

• Available in adult and pediatric sizes


Rapid absorption1

• Atomizes drugs into a fine mist

• Delivers particles at optimal size for rapid mucosal absorption1


Reduced cough

•In procedures where a cough upon emergence can cause adverse events, application of topical lidocaine on the laryngotracheal region has been shown to provide a smooth emergence from general anesthesia with reduced coughing2


Patient comfort

Adequate topical anesthesia has been shown to:

• Enhance patient comfort3

• Facilitate patient compliance3


*For use with drugs approved for intranasal and oropharyngeal delivery.


1. Suresh M. Management of Predicted Difficult Airway in A Parturient Undergoing Cesarean Delivery, where Airway Management is Necessary. Shnider and Levinson's Anesthesia for Obstetrics. 2013;(24):381-382.
2. Diachun CA, Tunink BP, Brock-Utne JG. Suppression of cough during emergence from general anesthesia: laryngotracheal lidocaine through a modified endotracheal tube. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia. 2001 13(6):447-451.
3. Leung Y, Vacanti FX. Awake without complaints: maximizing comfort during awake fiberoptic intubation. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia. 2015;27(6):517-519