Provides pioneering innovations like the CMOS Technology, ColoAssist II and the Double-Balloon-Endoscopy making endoscopy even safer and more straight-forward.
As a complete solutions provider, Fujifilm is a one-stop shop for high-performance endoscopy and endosonography:top-of-the-range processors, endoscopes with the highest level of user comfort and unique examination methods.
Smart Bend features allow precise manipulation, enabling observation and treatment of areas usually difficult to approach, like overlapping or folded parts. Thus, the great bending ability helps a wide range of procedures including screening, diagnosis and treatment such as EMR and ESD to be carried out efficiently.
The flexibility of the insertion portion gradually increases toward the distal end. Gradual stiffness level is adjusted as comfortable for insertion. The modified gradual stiffness produce the softer distal end and harder operating side compared to previous type (ColoAssist) . It is possible to transmit the insertion power to the tip of scope more efficiency.
with high-resolution B-mode and various imaging modes are incorporated in this compact system to support precise diagnosis.
High performance signal processing thanks to newly developed MPU(Micro processing unit). Sharp and less noise image thanks to Fujifilm original high performance image processing. Various imaging modes like Contrast Harmonic Imaging, Elastography and sound speed correction.
High-resolution B-mode imaging: With a new ultrasonic wave transmission and reception design, the SU-1 realizes high-resolution B-mode images with the aim of enabling more accurate and efficient ultrasonography diagnoses.
Contrast Harmonic Imaging: Images are created by extracting and emphasizing higher harmonic signals reflected from the injected contrast
agents, assisting in the detection of tumors and abnormal growths.
Elastography: Relative stiffness of the tissue is visualized as a color distribution map by way of calculating the distortion of the tissue caused by external compression or inner vibration, and displaying disparities in stiffness levels as different colors.
In 2004 double-balloon endoscopy (DBE) allowed Fujifilm to turn a long-held dream into reality: the possibility of examining and treating the entire small intestine. The minimal-invasive examination of the entire small intestine using the double-balloon method is a milestone in the field of endoscopy.
• Globally unique ‘push and pull’ principle using two balloons
• Simple and secure positioning of the endoscope in small intestine
• Unique fully fledged third-generation technologyThe new EN-580T is now added to Fujifilm’s line-up of double-balloon endoscopes which has greatly contributed to accurate diagnosis and treatment for diseases of the small intestine. Featuring a range of innovations it meets user’s needs for more accurate and efficient examinations and treatment.
• The leading-edge high resolution endoscopes, equipped with over megapixel customized CMOS image sensor, realize advanced observation and diagnosis.
• Close Focus with CMOS Technology enhance image diagnosis.
• Megapixel 60P video realize smooth and clear video ability.
• CMOS Technology produces advanced FICE image.
With the pioneering 4400 endoscopy system, Fujinon is already meeting tomorrow’s standards in endoscopy today.
As a plagorm, VISIONARY ENDOSCOPY provides the world’s first fully digital endoscopy system, with a complete network of perfectly coordinated individual components.
These optical magnifying endoscopes for the lower GI tract have a water jet function which is effetive for washing off mucus. 135x optical magnification enables you to see an unparalleled level of detail. Additionally, these two models stand out for their broad working channels of 3.8 mm and an exterior diameter of only 12.8mm.
This high-definition endoscope offers everything you need for standard procedures: a large angle of view across the entire horizontal image section, a broad working channel with a diameter of 3.8 mm and a water jet for partial cleaning of the intestinal tract.