Solutions for Endoscopy
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EndoTrap enhances safety for endoscopists and nurses during endoscopic procedures and forms a protective barrier around the patient’s nose and mouth and the endoscope. It consists of a T-piece, a valve, and a protective sleeve and is intended to be used in conjunction with a single-port anesthesia mask and a viral filter.
EndoTrap is designed so that all inhaled and exhaled gases pass through the viral filter. Within its T-piece lies the protective sleeve, which prevents gases escaping alongside the scope and protects the operator from harmful biological contaminants.
The END-200 endoscopic tubeset is for investigation use only
EVA15 Maintains continuous 7-15mmHg pressure and automatically compensates for leaks and suctioning.
The insufflator instantaneously sees a pressure drop and adds extra flow, regardless of why there is flow out of the cavity. It maintains targeted pressure in the visual field during therapeutic procedures despite large leaks and during smoke evacuation. “Set and forget” pressure control in visual field – no need for endoscopist to control insufflation flow with finger, allowing focus on the therapeutic procedure itself.
EVA15 maintains constant insufflation pressure down to 7mmHg
Two modes available
- Standard insufflation
- Continuous pressure insufflation
EVA15 is easy to use
Minimal training required – simple, intuitive user interface
- Simple operation requires only two button presses to switch on and select insufflation mode
(two modes available: standard and continuous pressure)
- Designed for easy integration into any endoscopy suite
Minimal workspace required
- Sleek and compact
- Easy to move, easy to clean
- EVA15 can be placed on a shelf or counter
EVA15 Insufflator can be used for: