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HDTV Gastroscope With Auxiliary Water Channel

Wed, 04/07/2010 - 6:30am

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Olympus introduces a 9.9-millimeter gastroscope that delivers HDTV image quality and Narrow Band Imaging (NBI). The new scope, the GIF-H180J model, is intended for upper gastrointestinal screening, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

Olympus introduces a 9.9-millimeter gastroscope that delivers HDTV image quality and Narrow Band Imaging (NBI). The new scope, the GIF-H180J model, is intended for upper gastrointestinal screening, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Features include:

  • An auxiliary water channel, flushes away blood, mucus and other debris inside the upper gastrointestinal tract, helping to ensure a clear view at all times.
  • The ability to accomplish faster, more convenient irrigation of the visual field when combined with the optional OFP Flushing pump.
  • The ability to ensure smooth insertion with an outside diameter that measures 9.9 mm both at the distal end and insertion tube.
  • An 2.8 mm diameter instrument channel inside the scope that is wide enough to accommodate various EndoTherapy devices.
  • 4-way angulation (210 degrees up, 90 degrees down, and 100 degrees right/left) An extra-wide 140-degree field of view to enable a comprehensive examination of the upper gastrointestinal tract.
  • An ergonomically-designed grip that enhances scope maneuverability, while easy-to-access knobs and user-selectable switches improve operability.
  • An HDTV-compatible CCD chip that delivers the sharpest possible images to help physicians provide accurate screenings and diagnoses of the upper GI tract, while NBI capabilities offer enhanced observation.
  • An improved Close Focus optical system that eliminates the need for electronic magnification.
  • A close-up image that can be obtained by moving the scope tip as close as 2 mm from the site.
  • A Scope ID function that stores individual scope information in the built-in memory chip and displays the data on the monitor.

For more information, visit www.olympusamerica.com

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