Bronchoscopes

A bronchoscope is an instrument used to examine the trachea, bronchi, larynx, mucosal lining, and other structures of the airway. Available in two forms, the thin, flexible, fibre-optic bronchoscope is preferred over the rigid type for examining the airway. However, if there is bleeding or obstruction of the airway, the rigid device is used.

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Medical Devices
The FB-18BS Portable Therapeutic Bronchofiberscope with a large 2.6 mm working channel has a variety of illumination source options including a self-contained battery/lamp unit, detachable fiberoptic cable to connect to conventional light sources and an AC adapter for connection to a regular electrical outlet.
A slim videobronchoscope that produces such stunning images. Featuring an insertion tube measuring just 4.9mm in diameter, the BF-P180 bronchovideoscope was designed with two goals in mind: minimizing patient discomfort and maximizing image quality.
BF-XP60 fiber-optic bonchoscope's super-slim 2.8mm diameter and reduced bending radius offer unprecedented insertion capability.
As one of the latest and most popular additions to the EVIS EXERA II bronchoscopy line, the slim BF-Q180 delivers advanced quality imaging to your pulmonary lab without increasing the diameter of the flexible bronchoscope.
Unique design of BF-MP60 fiber-optic bronchoscope incorporates a wide 2.0mm channel with an outer diameter of only 4.0mm at the distal end.
Rigid bronchoscopes are used for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for various indications in the bronchial system. Particularly in the case of foreign bodies or for interventional procedures such as tumor ablation or stent implant, the rigid bronchoscope has gained a reputation as the gold standard.
Olympus BF-1T180 bronchoscope with a generous 3.0mm channel diameter may improve the functionality in the procedure room. The BF-1T180 is part of the EVIS EXERA II platform which enhances visualization of the capillary network and mucosal surfaces.
The FB-19TV bronchoscope with an extra-large working channel assures maximum aspiration, even with a laser fiber or forceps in place.
The EB-1570K Video Bronchoscope features ergonomically positioned suction valves and angulation levers, optimized for balance and ease of operation. The simple one-component valves, available in semi-disposable rubber or autoclavable plastic, offer complete fingertip control of aspiration.
The EB-1170K Video Bronchoscope features ergonomically positioned suction valves and angulation levers, optimized for balance and ease of operation.
With more image guide fibers, BF-P60 standard diagnostic bronchoscope offers enhanced image quality and excellent performance.
Olympus is proud to introduce the new gold standard in bronchoscopy, the BF-Q180-AC. A number of features make this one-of-a-kind videoscope the logical solution to all of your bronchoscopy needs.
FB-10V bronchoscope is a slim insertion tube incorporates a 1.2 mm working channel to allow for aspiration, injection of medication and brush cytology.
The FB-19TV bronchoscope with an extra-large working channel assures maximum aspiration, even with a laser fiber or forceps in place.
The EB-1970K Video Bronchoscope features ergonomically positioned suction valves and angulation levers, optimized for balance and ease of operation.