BritePro Solo

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BritePro Solo features a Single Use handle and LED lightsource with a fibre optic all-metal blade. The blade and the handle conform to all standard fibre optic systems.


Supplied sterile packed with fitted batteries and changeable blade. BritePro Solo is ready to use straight out of the box.

Ultra Low Profile Blade 

Flexicare’s Ultra Low Profile Macintosh blade design reduces risk of dental damage, and improves visualisation of the vocal cords, even during a difficult intubation.

Ready When You Are

Simply open when needed, use and then dispose. BritePro Solo is ideal for all clinical areas, including Operating Theatres, Crash Trolleys and Emergency situations.


The textured grip provides excellent control and feel, while the high intensity light gives excellent visualisation.


Sterile, sealed and ready to use with an integral power source and light, BritePro Solo eliminates risk of cross contamination.


With the advantage of being new every time, BritePro Solo can easily be tested “in-pack” without compromising sterility.

Mini Handle Option

Suitable for neonates and small infants, the lightweight BritePro Solo Mini handle provides excellent tactile feedback to the user.

Wide Choice

Full range of true Macintosh and Miller Blades.



Mac Miller Phillips Mini + Miller    
  040-340N   040-350N BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 00 10
  040-340   040-350 BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 0 10
040-331 040-341 040-361 040-351 BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 1 10
040-332 040-342 040-362   BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 2 10
040-333 040-343     BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 3 10
040-335       BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 3.5 10
040-336       BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 3 Strong Curve 10
040-334 040-344     BritePro Solo with Pro Blade - Size 4 10

Handle Only

040-309     BritePro Solo Mini Handle 20
040-310     BritePro Solo Handle 20
040-03-0000     BritePro Solo Stubby Handle 20
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Why Single Patient Use?

Reusable Laryngoscopes are classified as high risk, and handles are a known source of cross-contamination. Studies have shown that decontamination using impregnated germicidal wipes is ineffective - with between 75%1 and 86%2 of “patient ready” handles remaining positive for bacterial contamination. 

The AAGBI Safety Guideline on Infection Control 3 recommends that reusable laryngoscope handles be “sterilised by SSDs after every use”, and concludes “single-use disposable equipment will remove the difficulties of reuse and decontamination procedures. The use of such equipment is to be encouraged”.

BritePro Solo not only offers optimal patient safety, reliability and convenience of single use, but is cost effective 4,5 compared with reusable purchase, maintenance, replacement, reprocessing and sterilisation costs, and overcomes the problems associated with reusable systems:

- Laryngoscope failure rates as high as 30-50% as a result of reprocessing.6,7

- Risk of cross-contamination resulting from poor cleaning or bacteria that remain following cleaning.1,2

- Frequent loss of product and potential time delays in product availability.

- Diminished light transfer over time that can lead to lower rates of first intubation success as compared to disposable metal blades.6,7



1 Call T, Auerbach F, Riddell S, Kiska D, Thongrod S, Tham S, Nussmeier N. Nosocomial Contamination of Laryngoscope Handles: Challenging Current Guidelines. International Anesthesia   Research Society (2009) Vol. 109, No. 2

Williams D, Dingley J, Jones C, Berry N. Contamination of Laryngoscope Handles. Journal of Hospital Infection (2010) 74, 123-128

AAGBI Safety Guideline: Infection Control in Anaesthesia (2008)

4 Vasquez C. Cost of Reprocessing Reusable Laryngoscopes. Glendale Adventist Hospital (2012)

Whitener D. The Cost of Reusable vs. Single-Use Laryngoscopes. Southeast Health, (2012)

6 Amour J, Le Manach Y, Borel M. Comparison of Single-use and Reusable Metal Laryngoscope Blades for Orotracheal Intubation during Rapid Sequence Induction of Anesthesia Anesthesiology (2010) 112:325–32

7 Nishiyama T. Changes in the Light Intensity of the Fiberoptic Laryngoscope Blade by Steam Sterilisation. International Anesthesia Research Society. Vol. 104, No. 4, April 2007