Flexible Fiberoptic Ureteroscope
Olympus Flexible Fiberoptic Ureteroscopes represent the next evolution in flexible fiberoptic ureteroscopy. Olympus fiberoptic ureteroscopes feature exceptional image quality and improved durability for compatibility with popular sterilization methods such as Sterrad NX.
- Improved image quality: Olympus fiberoptics provide crystal clear imaging.
- Enhanced deflection durability: Olympus bending section provide maximum flexibility and durability using passive bending technology that prevents damage while allowing enabling new access to formerly unreachable areas of the kidney.
- Superior durability: Olympus fiberoptic scopes are designed with durability in mind so that they can withstand the rigors of reprocessing in hydrogen peroxide sterilizers such as Sterrad NX.
The Olympus family includes the durable URF-video ureteroscope V and the super-slim URF-P6 fiberoptic ureteroscope. For detailed specifications on these ureteroscopes or the Olympus lineup of urology telescopes, cystoscopes, resectoscope, and nephroscopes, please contact customer service for assistance.
Olympus Service & Repair
Olympus offers a broad range of services to healthcare professionals and to our customers, including contact hour and peer-based training courses; information, training tools and videos on infection control and reprocessing; authorized repair services and support on Olympus equipment; and financing solutions to help your facility with acquisition of new capital equipment, accessories, and maintenance plans.
Cleaning, Disinfection & Sterilization
The proper cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization of Olympus equipment is equally as important as their proper use.
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Olympus Professional Education also offers training programs through Olympus University (OU). Geared toward nurses, reprocessing technicians and biomeds, many of the OU courses are available for nursing contact hour continuing education credit.
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