The Olympus EVIS EXERA II 180 series high definition system is the world’s first to deliver both high definition (HDTV) and narrow band imaging (NBI) technology. It was first presented at World Congress of Gastroenterology (WCOG), in Montréal, September 11-14, 2005. “High definition imaging was once the exclusive domain of professional cinematography and the consumer electronics world,” said F. Mark Gumz, president and chief operating officer of Olympus America Inc. “With the introduction of this ground-breaking system from Olympus, physicians will be able to see a greater level of detail during examinations, which may help to enhance patient diagnoses.” At 1080 lines, the HDTV signal from the new CV-180 video processor more than doubles the number of scan lines produced by conventional systems, when used in conjunction with the new high definition GIF-H180 gastroscope or CF-H180A/L colonoscope. The resulting life-like images will offer gastroenterologists remarkably clear views of anatomical structures and fine capillaries.
NBI is a real-time, on-demand technology that Olympus has developed to enhance visualization of the capillary network and mucosal morphology during endoscopic observation of the gastrointestinal tract. NBI works by altering the white light source to consist of specific wavelength bands, which take advantage of the scattering and absorption properties of human tissue. This provides improved visual contrast of the surface structure and fine capillary patterns of the mucous membranes, which are normally difficult to distinguish. “We have been using the high definition system with NBI technology for some time in ongoing studies and our initial experience has been promising. We have found NBI to be an extremely beneficial addition to the tools available for endoscopic diagnosis, treatment and video observation that allows us to see more,” stated Dr. Prateek Sharma, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine. “Based on our initial experience, NBI has the potential to impact how we do endoscopy in the future,” he added. The new platform includes the CV-180 video processor and CLV-180 light source, the GIF-H180 gastroscope and the CF-H180AL wide-angle (170-degree field of view) colonoscope. This new high definition system joins the standard definition GIF-Q180 gastroscope, PCF-Q180 colonoscope, CF-Q180AL wide-angle colonoscope and GIFN180 gastroscope, all of which were launched to market in May of 2005. All six endoscopes of the 180 series are compatible with the CV-180 video processor and CLV-180 light source. HDTV image under white light HDTV image in NBI
Olympus Gastroscope GIF-Q180
Olympus Colonoscope CF-Q180AL/I
Olympus ERCP scope TJF-Q180V
Main Features of TJF-Q180V : Unique dual locking mechanism for efficient short guidewire exchange in combination with dedicated V-System ERCP devices. · High image quality with exceptionally sharp, crisp details, and large monitor display size. · Narrow Band Imaging enhances observation of the mucosa and capillaries. · Slim 11.3 mm insertion tube. · Wide 4.2 mm diameter channel. · Four-way angulation (120° Up, 90° Down, 110° Right, and 90° Left) facilitates approach to the papilla of Vater. · FuIly compatible with the CV-160 and 140; use of CV-180 enables the full feature set. · Scope ID function stores individual scope information in the built-in memory chip and displays it on the monitor.
Olympus Bronchoscope BF-Q180
EVIS EXERA II BRONCHOVIDEOSCOPE EVIS EXERA II BRONCHOVIDEOSCOPE OLYMPUS BF TYPE Q180 OLYMPUS
Main Features : Superior image quality and a larger image size redefines examination and treatment in the bronchial tree. • Narrow Band Imaging capability to highlight hidden tissue structures. • Despite superior image quality, this scope features a slim design — measuring 5.1 mm in diameter at the insertion tube and 5.5 mm in diameter at the distal end. • Standard 2.0 mm diameter channel to accommodate a wide variety of endo-therapy accessories. BF -Q180 — A stunning new level of imaging performance in bronchoscopy • Compatible with electrosurgical and laser devices. • Fully compatible with the Olympus CV-180 (CV-160/140) video processor and CLV-180 light source. • Scope ID function stores individual scope information and displays it on the monitor to help facilitate management in cpulmonary labs and operating rooms. Specifications Light Guide lens Optical System Field of view 120˚ Direction of view 0˚ (Forward viewing) Depth of field 3 ~ 100 mm Insertion Tube Distal end outer diameter 5.5 mm Insertion tube outer diameter 5.1 mm Working length 600 mm Instrument Channel Channel inner diameter 2.0 mm Minimum visible distance 3 mm from distal end Endo therapy accessory entrance/exit position in field of view Bending Section Angulation range UP 180°, DOWN 130˚ Laser Compatibility Nd: YAG, 810nm diode Electro-Cautery Instrument Compatibility YES Total Length 870 mm Instrument Channel outlet Objective lens Light Guide lens Ancillary product CV-180 Video System Center Designed to accommodate a wide range of scopes from a myriad of specialties, this leading-edge video processor offers highresolution images and state-of-the-art image processing capabilities such as Narrow Band Imaging as well as a range of practical digital solutions. CLV-180 Xenon Light Source With its powerful 300-watt xenon lamp, this light source unit delivers brilliant, shadow-free illumination and is equipped with filters that have been specially coated for use in Narrow Band Imaging. A new button on the front panel lets you turn the lamp on or off without having to power down the light source unit itself. Specifications, design and accessories are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. Shinjuku Monolith, 3-1 Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0914, Japan 491B River Valley Road #12-01/04,Valley Point Office Tower,Singapore 248373 Room 1520-1527, Ocean Centre, 5 Canton Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, N.Y. 11747-3157, U.S.A. Room.1202, NCI Tower, A12 Jianguomenwai Avenue Chaoyang District Beijing, 100022, China One Corporate Drive, Orangeburg, New York 10962, U.S.A. 117071, Moscow, Malaya Kaluzhskaya 19, bld. 1, fl.2, Russia 6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 390 Miami, Florida 33126-2087, U.S.A 31 Gilby Road, Mount Waverley, VIC., 3149, Australia Keymed House, Stock Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS2 5QH, EnglandGet Enquiry
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