The maneuverability of the catheter is more challenging if a deflectable
sheath is not employed.
Early human experience with use of a deflectable
fiberoptic endocardial visualization catheter to facilitate coronary sinus cannulation.
Small diameter, actively deflectable
, flexible ureteropyeloscopy.
Olympus' EndoEYE LTF-VH is, according to the company, the world's first deflectable
HDTV-enabled video laparoscope that upgrades the distally-mounted video chip to HDTV and combines it with an advanced flexible tip design.
The pad side edges are deflectable
with respect to the central portion, and include an absorbent contained between a bodyside, liquid-permeable cover and a garment side, liquid-impermeable baffle.
Its under ground joints are deflectable
, allowing routing with minimal fittings, it can be cut to size in the field and easily tapped.
("EPMD"), Mount Arlington, N.J., has received 510-K market clearance for its deflectable
handle device to be used with its electrophysiology catheters.
The Visera Elite features a 5-millimeter high definition (HD) deflectable
videolaparoscope called the Endoeye Fie 5.
Microline recently introduces its line of Reposable deflectable
The napkin's side edges are deflectable
with respect to the central portion and include an absorbent material between a bodyside, a liquid-permeable cover and a garment side.
In October, Olympus introduced a new surgical imaging platform, Visera Elite, and a new 5 millimeter high-definition (HD) deflectable
videolaparoscope, called the Endoeye Flex 5.
Booth # 637 * The new Mi~Flex[TM] instrument features unique, thumb-driven actuation of the deflectable
tip, facilitating access to structures and delivering precise maneuverability and control.
According to Olympus, the Evis Exera II was a favorite among overseas surgeons, and customers in Asia clamored for the company's Visera Pro system, an integrated system of digital rigid, deflectable
tip and flexible videoscopes for use in operating room endosurgery as well as office-based endoscopy procedures.