EVIS EXERA (LTF-160)
EVIS EXERA (LTF-160)
The slim, semi-rigid design of the EVIS EXERA LTF-160 pleuravideoscope simplifies and streamlines medical thoracoscopy under local anesthesia. A large 2.8 mm treatment channel enables minimally invasive, single port thoracoscopy, and high-quality imaging and a two-way flexible tip facilitates accurate visualization inside the pleural cavity. An autoclavable design ensures percutaneous procedures can be performed with confidence, and the LTF-160 is compatible with laser treatment as well as electrocautery devices.
- Minimally invasive medical thoracoscopy: With a two-way flexible tip and a generous 2.8 mm instrument channel, the LTF-160 allows full visual inspection of the pleural cavity and the ability to aspirate pleural effusions, all through a single port.
- Outstanding image quality: The high-resolution video imaging system provides sharp, clear images, enhancing efficiency and helping to improve patient safety.
- Autoclavable design: Steam sterilization ensures percutaneous procedures can be performed with confidence using the LTF-160.
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