Endoscopy

EVIS EXERA II 180 Series Video System

The combination of a wide 3.0 mm instrument channel with a small insertion tube diameter of just 6.0 mm makes this video bronchoscope ideal for examination and treatment.

Features:

  • Small distal end diameter of 6.0 mm in combination with a 3.0 mm instrument canal.
  • High quality high definition image.
  • Ability to reveal hidden tissue structures.
  • Ability to perform electrosurgical and laser manipulations.
  • The device is fully compatible with the video systems CV-180/160/140.
  • Endoscope identification function allows you to save individual endoscope information and display it on the monitor screen. This facilitates further recording of endoscopic procedures.
  • Efficient, ergonomic design. Easy to use, easy to maintain.

EVIS EXERA II 180 Series Video System

 AMAZING COMPACT DESIGN OF THE INSERTION TUBE ONLY 4.9 MM DIAMETER PROVIDES PATIENT COMFORT WITH PERFECT IMAGE QUALITY

Features:

  • Ultra-thin 4.9 mm design along the entire length of the insertion tube provides unparalleled insertion ability and increased patient comfort.
  • Brilliant high definition images with natural colors.
  • The air / water nozzle at the distal end maintains a clear field of view at all times.
  • Instrument channel 2.0 mm in diameter allows the use of a wide range of endoscopic instruments.
  • A working length of 1,100 mm has the required rigidity over its entire length for maneuverability and insertion.
  • The ability of the distal end to deviate in 2 directions (210 ° up, 120 ° down) allows the examination of the upper parts of the digestive tract.
  • 120 ° field of view provides a large field of view for endoscopic examination.
  • Ergonomically designed comfortable handle facilitates handling of the videoscope with conveniently located buttons and customizable switches.
  • The device is fully compatible with the CV-180/160/140 video systems.
  • Endoscope identification function allows you to save individual endoscope information and display it on the monitor screen. This facilitates further recording of endoscopic procedures.