Solutions for Endoscopy
EVA15 for TIF and ESG using PABI(Physician Activated Bi-Level Insufflation)
Why EVA15 for ESG and TIF?
During both TIF and ESG procedures, it is required that the lumen is expanded and collapsed multiple times. When using Physician Activated Bi-Level Insufflation (PABI) the physician has full control and has the ability to change pressures and manipulate the anatomy as needed. This reduces communication errors, increases procedural efficiency, and allows the physician to conduct the procedure in a more timely manner.
Physician activation of insufflation creates procedural efficiency
Maximum and minimum CO2 pressure levels optimize lumen elasticity
Designed to provide ease of control via foot pedal
Allowing for better staff utilization*
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EVA15 for ESD
Why EVA15 for ESD?
In ESD it is important to keep pressures low enough to avoid compressing the layers of the GI tract to achieve a good dissection, but at the same time the physician must also maintain visibility. This is a delicate balance. During this procedure the pressure can increase due to techniques like argon plasma coagulation (APC) and general tissue vaporization. When pressures increase EVA15 senses the increase and will adjust accordingly, evaluating smoke on its own.
Designed to deliver a consistent and controlled pressure within +/- 1 mm of mercury
Dedicated catheter intelligently monitors luminal pressure 100x per second to ensure accuracy
Lower pressure settings can avoid tissue compression, which may benefit the dissection by keeping layers more separated
Pressure is maintained while suctioning to ensure pressure while achieving better visualization