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Telescopio laparoscópico articulado sin niebla desechable
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Laparoscopio articulado desechable
Laparoscopio articulado desechable

El laparoscopio es un instrumento a través del cual las estructuras del abdomen y la pelvis pueden verse en un monitor durante la cirugía laparoscópica. Se hace una pequeña incisión quirúrgica en la pared abdominal para permitir que el laparoscopio entre en el abdomen o la pelvis. Una buena visión es muy importante en la cirugía laparoscópica y también lo es un laparoscopio.

"Los laparoscopios desechables pueden reducir los costos hospitalarios y prevenir la contaminación cruzada entre pacientes", dijo John Langell MD, presidente de NEOMED, Greater Cleveland. "Los osciloscopios desechables también pueden reducir el tiempo de inactividad y la espera al tiempo que proporcionan una calidad de imagen constante para cada uso".

Los procedimientos laparoscópicos incluyen típicamente sistemas de procesamiento de imágenes grandes y costosos (o "torres") y visores quirúrgicos reutilizables que el hospital limpia entre usos. Las torres pueden costar cientos de miles de dólares y la limpieza de los osciloscopios requiere mucho tiempo, es costosa e imperfecta, lo que genera un riesgo de contaminación cruzada para el paciente.

Xenoscope

Xenocor, Inc. announced the FDA cleared the new Xenocor Disposable 5mm Articulating Laparoscope for minimally invasive abdominal and thoracic surgery. The Xenoscope 5mm articulating disposable laparoscope is designed to improve image quality, reduce fog, lower hospital costs, and reduce bio-hazard risk for the patient and staff.  

"Reducing fog on the scope is important too," continued Dr. Langell. "Most scopes fog during the procedure forcing us to remove the scope, clean it and reinsert. A combined disposable and fog-free technology can improve image quality and reduce procedural time…both are good for patient care." 

The new articulating Xenoscope includes a disposable 5mm camera on a rigid shaft with a 900 articulating tip with a low-cost compact reusable Xenobox video processor. The video processor allows the image to be displayed on any HD monitor or a hospital's existing tower system. Clinicians dispose of the Xenoscope after each procedure to reduce patient and staff biohazard risk which ensures the next procedure includes a new non-contaminated endoscope.    

"The Xenoscope does not require large up-front capital equipment expenditures," said Evan Kelso, CEO of Xenocor. "Xenoscopes have sophisticated image processors for consistent image quality but are still easy to use with universal 'plug-and-play' functionality. With a single-use instrument, we can help reduce patient and staff contamination risks due to a dirty scope or incorrect processing. Patients win and hospitals win."

The Xenoscope's technology is also designed to reduce fog as demonstrated in initial clinical use. Reducing fog can improve image quality to improve patient care, reduce procedure time, and costs.

The Articulating Xenoscope is FDA cleared to be used in diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for endoscopy and endoscopic surgery within the thoracic and peritoneal cavities including the female reproductive organs. 

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