EVIS EXERA (BF-XP160F)
EVIS EXERA (BF-XP160F)
The EVIS EXERA BF-XP160F is a light, ergonomically designed bronchofibervideoscope. This innovative hybrid combines the best of video and fiber-optic technologies. With a CCD built into the control section, the BF-XP160F delivers images that are sharper, clearer, and larger than possible with a fiberscope while its ultrathin 2.8 mm insertion tube makes it ideal for bronchoscopy in very narrow lumina.
- Bright video images with less weight: With the versatility of a slim, lightweight fiberscope and the superior image quality of video technology, the BF-XP160F enables deep penetration into the lung without compromising image quality or size.
- Ultrathin insertion tube: The slender 2.8 mm insertion tube enables access to the peripheral bronchi, yet still has a 1.2 mm diameter instrument channel for BAL, cytology brushings, or biopsies with a dedicated small diameter forceps.
- Improved handling performance: While the ultrathin insertion tube alone significantly improves insertion characteristics, the BF-XP160F features other refinements such as a smaller bending radius and greater resistance to warping when compared to other fiberscopes.
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