Options that support the need for flexibility. A tool that allows for clear sight and adaptability. A versatile arsenal of cutting-edge technology. That’s what the EleVision™ HD 2 platform provides.
Our platform can assist you in optimizing all aspects of laparoscopic procedures.
Learn about our surgical visualization portfolio’s components and codes.
Learn more about the features and benefits of this flexible, versatile tool for your laparoscopic procedures.
With a simplified and streamlined design,([FOOTNOTE=Based on internal test report #RE00246399, EleVision™ HD 2 platform summative usability validation lab. February 2019. Data on file.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) the EleVision™ HD 2 platform components can enhance surgeons’ ability to see and respond to a variety of surgical needs.
TipVision™ videoscope provides consistent, clear visualization with:
Learn how the TipVision™ videoscope provides a sharper,1,2,†,‡ brighter,([FOOTNOTE=Based on internal report #VD2143, Rev 00. Scholley. June 2019. Data on file.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),††,§§ more consistent view.3,§,ΩΩ
†Average scores with 19 surgeons on image color and sharpness were 4.6 and 4.7 out of 5, respectively.
‡Based on preclinical or animal studies. Results may not correlate to performance in humans.
§Compared to a traditional rod-lens laparoscope when used in a laparoscopic cholecystectomy and a laparoscopic TAPP hernia repair.
ΩCompared to an unaltered white light image. 13 out of 19 surgeons surveyed agreed.
††TipVision™ videoscope has fixed depth-of-field of 20 mm-200 mm with most optimal image between 30 mm and 60 mm.
‡‡Compared to traditional rod-lens designs with light fibers and an external light source.
§§Maximum luminous flux of TipVision™ videoscope measured at 73.3; Olympus EndoEye™* measured at 42.9. Test methodology based on integrating sphere and spectrometer calibrated to reference lamp in LightMtrx software.
ΩΩCompared to Olympus EndoEye™*.
†††Relative to CCD sensors.
‡‡‡As evaluated in a clinical study with the FICE system (Fujinon™* Corporation) in the identification of gastroduodenal lesions.