Advancing visualisation using opto-digital technologies to support better diagnosis and effective treatment.
Enhanced image quality
EVIS EXERA III pursues perfection in the art of bronchoscopy, with major advances in visualisation. The clear, high-resolution images of the latest EVIS EXERA III generation are achieved through the advanced OLYMPUS optics, the improved image sensors employed, and a new CV-190 image processor that minimises halation and image noise.
The new HDTV bronchoscope, BF-H190 achieves an outstanding level of clarity and detail enabling the bronchoscopist to perform more precise observation and diagnosis. Close observation is also possible with electronic magnification of 1.2x and 1.5x, maintaining a high quality image.
Despite its slim 4.8 mm diameter, the BF-Q190 scope has significantly improved image quality compared to conventional models. The quality achieved is comparable with that of previous generation high-end scopes, such as the BF-Q180 and BF-1TQ180.
A new pre-freeze function saves time and eliminates the bronchoscopist’s frustration when capturing still images. The new CV-190 automatically buffers a continuous, rapid series of procedural images. When capturing a still image, the pre-freeze function analyses the previous images and displays and saves the sharpest image of the desired view. This function helps bronchoscopists obtain a clear visual record of the procedure in the shortest possible time.
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