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Inline | Dental & Medical Imaging Equipment
Inline Medical and Dental specialise in the supply and installation of the latest technology in imaging systems for the medical and dental sectors. Established in 1994, INLINE Medical & Dental is an Australian owned company with a head office located in Northern Sydney, a dedicated branch office in Melbourne and representatives and distribution partners located in each state of ...
Customers: ENT,Dermatology,Radiology,GP,Telehealth,Gynecology,Dental

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Endoscope Buying Guide

Find and buy endoscopes from verified suppliers on MedicalSearch. An endoscope is used to examine the interior of a hollow organ or cavity of the body.

Factors to consider when buying an endoscope:

  • Types of endoscopes - Choose the one best suited for the intended use.
    • Rigid – Ideal application in the examination of areas that are not very sinuous. Often used in general surgery, gynecology and urology and otolaryngology. There are two main types: endoscopes that are inserted through natural openings in the body and laparoscopes that are inserted through incisions.
    • Flexible – Ideal application in the examination of sinuous areas. Often used in pulmonology and gastroenterology. There are two main types: fibre endoscopes that are mainly used for observation and video endoscopes for surgical manipulations.
  • Design and ergonomics – For comfortable use, the device arm must be stable and move smoothly, and the diopter must be adjustable for visual correction.
  • Display features – Modern devices often have HD cameras, autofluorescence imaging and electronic zoom for high-quality images. Display monitor must accurately capture images in real-time.
  • Illumination – Adequate and even illumination provides a clear view of the area being examined.
  • Field of view – This is influenced by focus range, bending angle and angular field of the device’s distal end.

 

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