FUJIFILM Medical Systems is releasing a line of new endoscopes (700 Series) that were designed to improve visualization, user comfort, and procedural efficiency. The devices feature CMOS “chip-in-the-tip” technology that places the imaging sensor close to the objects to be observed. The new endoscopes are compatible with the with Blue Light Imaging (BLI) and Linked Color Imaging (LCI) light observation modes.
The 700 Series endoscopes are a part of the company’s ELUXEO platform which revolves around the ELUXEO 7000 Video Imaging System. They have a quick connector that plugs into the ELUXEO 7000 that doesn’t require a separate video feed to be attached. An innovative contact-free power supply allows for wireless transmission of data, which in turn makes cleaning the endoscopes easier and prevents breakage. The grip has been improved to make controls easy to access and manipulate, even for physicians with different holding styles. Additionally, the flexibility of the scope can be adjusted, depending on where it’s going and the user that is working with it.
“Fujifilm’s new 700 Series scopes are designed to meet any endoscopist’s style, and uniquely adapt to bothtechnical and personal endoscopic preferences,” in a press release said Jose Lantin, MD, Chief Executive Officer of Gastroenterology of Westchester, LLC. “The ELUXEO system, combined with the 700 Series Endoscopes, provide a clearer, sharper image, and improved far field visibility. In addition, the LCI technology improves visualization of areas of interest. “