Olympus PCF-H180AL/I ColonoscopeOlympus Updated: 2009-03-28 RSS
* High-resolution HDTV imaging capability for clearer observation of fine capillaries and mucosal tissue.
* Close Focus for detailed observation without electronic magnification. Narrow Band Imaging™ (NBI) combined with HDTV and Close Focus enhances observation of the mucosa.
* Auxiliary water function can be combined with dedicated flushing pump, enabling removal of mucus and clots in the colon at the touch of a switch on the scope or on the footswitch unit.
* Highly acclaimed innoflex™ Variable Stiffness capability for adjustment of insertion tube flexibility to match the conditions and contours of the colon.
* Generous 3.2mm diameter channel accommodates a wide range of treatment devices while preserving satisfactory suction capability. Insertion tube measuring 11.8mm across.
* Wide-ranging four-way angulation (180° up/down and 160° right/left).
* Scope ID™ function stores individual scope information in the built-in memory chip and displays it on the monitor, facilitating endoscopy suite management and making the scope ready for next-generation system expansion.
Thanks to its high-definition HDTV image sensor, this slim scope provides clear and detailed images, while Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) illuminates mucosal and vascular patterns that would be difficult to distinguish. There's even a Close Focus function for up-close viewing with no loss of resolution. Incredibly, the PCF-H180AL/I still maintains a remarkably slim design and it gives the exceptional insertion capability needed to support its outstanding imaging performance.
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