The GIF-FQ260Z Evis Lucera Gastrointestinal Videoscope combines Autofluorescence Imaging (AFI), Narrow Band Imaging (NBI), and optical magnification modes into a single scope. AFI utilises a sensitive CCD to detect variations of mucosal structures, providing an excellent diagnostic tool for gastroscopy.
Differentiating diseased mucosa
The highly sensitive CCD detects fluorescence generated when blue light irradiates the mucosa. Fluorescence intensity differs between normal and diseased mucosa, which is discernible by AFI.
NBI enhances and emphasises fine capillary patterns, improving observation capabilities.
Up to 85x zoom
A close, detailed view of the mucosa is achieved with the optical magnification function, which enlarges images up to 85x.
The GIF-FQ260Z Evis Lucera Gastrointestinal Videoscope is perfect for observation of fine mucosal structures, combining Autofluorescence Imaging (AFI), Narrow Band Imaging (NBI), and optical magnification functions into a single scope. AFI uses a highly sensitive CCD to detect variations in fluorescence between normal and diseased tissue, whilst NBI enhances capillary structures. In addition, the large instrument channel, wide field of view, and excellent angulation range of the insertion tube provide a highly sensitive diagnostic scope for gastroscopy.