Guiding Device CC-6DR-1

Endobronchial Ultrasound

Guiding Device CC-6DR-1

The Olympus Guiding Device is designed to steer the Olympus guide sheath in successfully reaching the targeted lesion. A rotation mechanism enables control of the guiding device tip, and its tapered tip design delivers superb insertion capability. This double-joint, rotatable device features a reusable sheath, is autoclavable, and fits a minimum channel size of 2.0 mm.

Key Benefits

  • Efficient: The Guiding Device is designed to enhance procedural efficiency.  It can be used effectively to steer the Olympus guide sheath into a required bronchus.
  • Cost Effective: When compared to other options, the Guiding Device provides a cost-efficient, effective solution for accessing peripheral pulmonary lesions.

Product Support

Model Name CC-6DR-1
Minimum Channel Diameter 2.00 mm
Compatible Guide Sheath K-201/202/203/204
Working Length 115 cm
Feature Double-joint type, rotatable
Usage Classification Reusable

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