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[photo] Eluxeo 7000 endoscope system

7000 System

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Endoscope system with diagnosis and usability contains the light source which features high-intensity 4 LED lights.

The content on this page is intended to healthcare professionals and equivalents.

For Better Diagnosis

[image] White Light, Blue Light Imaging, Linked Color Imaging modes

Multi-Light Technology

This technology enables creation of images suitable for intended purposes through image processing combined with accurate control of intensity ratio between multiple lights. 7000 system employs four types of high-intensity LEDs: Blue LED creating short wavelength light and Red/Green/Blue LEDs combined into white light. Multi-light technology performs signal processing for images obtained by white light and short wavelength light to produce LCI and BLI images.

[logo] BLI (Blue Light Imaging)

BLI (Blue Light Imaging)

Colon
[photo] Endoscope images of colon in White Light mode and Blue Light mode
Esophagus
[photo] Endoscope image of Esophagus in BLI mode
Colon
[photo] Endoscope image of colon in BLI mode

High contrast images suitable for observing microvascular and microsurface pattern are provided. Magnifying endoscopy is exellent with BLI.

[logo] LCI (Linked Color Imaging)

LCI (Linked Color Imaging)

Stomach
[photo] Endoscope images of stomach in White Light mode and LCI mode
Esophagus
[photo] Endoscope images of esophagus in White Light mode and LCI mode

LCI would be helpful for detection with surface pattern and vessels. Slight color difference is visualized with natural tone, using “Red” component.

White Light

Esophagus
[photo] Endoscope image of esophagus in White Light mode
Stomach
[photo] Endoscope image of stomach in White Light mode

Bright, sharp, and stereoscopic images are accomplished with similar color tones to Xenon light source. Mega-pixel CMOS enables high-definition and quite low-level noise compatible.

Observation modes can be switched by scope button.

[image] White Light mode can be switched to BLI-Bright mode and to LCI mode
[photo] Buttons on 7000 system control panel

Wide 170°field of view

EC-760R-V/M, I, L, EC-760P-V/M, L and EC-760S-V/L

[photo] Camera-tip of scope with 170 degrees field of view and inside view of soft-tissue folds

Even areas that are hard to observe such as the reverse side of folds could be observed and approached smoothly.

Megapixel CMOS + HDTV output

EG-760R, EG-760Z, EG-760CT, EC-760R-V/M, I, L, EC-760ZP-V/M, L, EC-760P-V/M, L, EC-760S-V/L and EC-760Z-V/M, L

[photo] High-definition image of soft tissue on screen

High-definition images with quite low noise level are established by Megapixel CMOS sensor. It allows superior visualization for Full HD display.

Multi Zoom

EG-760Z, EC-760ZP-V/M, L and EC-760Z-V/M, L

Zoom function
[image] Multi-zoom magnification chart with magnification modes and zoom function

With Continuous mode, Step Zoom mode of “2 Step”, “3 Step” and “5 Step” are available. In this modes, images can be magnified in stages by simple press of button.

[photo] Gloved hand pressing zoom button on endoscope control portion
Magnification Images
[photo] Low, Middle, and Maximum magnification of endoscopic image of soft tissue

For Better Usability

Flexibility Adjustment Mechanism

EC-760R-V/M, I, L, EC-760ZP-V/M, L, EC-760P-V/M, L, EC-760S-V/L and EC-760Z-V/M, L

[photo] Flexibility adjustment ring on 7000 system, ranging from flexible (0) to rigid (3)

Index on flexibility adjustment ring

[image] Insertion tube going from rigid to flexible

The flexibility of insertion tube can be adjusted with adjustment ring.

Advanced Force Transmission

EC-760R-V/M, I, L, EC-760ZP-V/M, L, EC-760P-V/M, L, EC-740T/M, L, EC-760S-V/L and EC-760Z-V/M, L

The flexible portion is designed to transmit operator’s movements, pushing and rotating, to the distal end of endoscope.

[image] Flexible portion of insertion tube inside large intestine and passing sigmoid colon

Passing the sigmoid colon

[image] Deep insertion of insertion tube inside large intestine

In deep insertion

Adaptive Bending

EC-760R-V/M, I, L, EC-760ZP-V/M, L, EC-760P-V/M, L, EC-740T/M, L, EC-760S-V/L and EC-760Z-V/M, L

[image] Flexible portion of insertion tube bending easily inside colon

Bending easily

[image] Flexible portion of insertion tube bending easily inside colon

Returning to its straight shape easily

The end of flexible portion is soft, allowing the scope to bend easily. Flexible portion is elastic, and easy to return to its straight shape.

G7 control portion

[photo] G7 control portion button layout of 7000 system endoscope

G7 control portion is developed from ergonomics point of view. Scope has a rounded surface to fit the hand, and button layout makes intuitive operation possible.

[photo] Gloved hand holding endoscope G7 control portion which shows label and instrument channel inlet size

Labels attached to the control portion, which show the model number and instrument channel inlet size.

One Step Connector with Contact-free Technology

[photo] Cord being plugged into 7000 system

Scopes can be connected to light source in just 1 step operation.
Scope cable connection is no longer required in setting up. One Step Connector enhances efficiency of clinical workflow.

Contact-free Technology
[photo] Light source and scope up-close

*a Power feed: Wireless electrical supply 
*b Image transmission: High speed optical laser
*c Remote signal: infrared [IR] LED

This’s the generic name of below 3 points. It means connectors do not need to touch to transmit power and image data.
By this technology, durability and reliability of scopes is expected to improve.

Wide compatibility to conventional endoscope

Compatible with 700 series, 600 / 500 series endoscopes

[photo] 7000 system with 700 Series endoscope plugged into socket and 7000 system with Conventional 600/500 Series endoscope plugged into socket
  BLI BLI-bright LCI WLI FICE
700 Series
600 / 500 Series

 

600/500 endoscopes can be used with White light and FICE mode.

  • * FICE : Flexible spectral Imaging Color Enhancement

Low-energy, long-lasting and bright light source

[image] Chart expected lifetime of LED Lamp versus Xenon Lamp

Expected Lifetime

When compared to standard xenon light sources, the LED light source*1 consumes about a third of the energy and lasts longer.
Life time of the 4 LED light is expected for 6 years based on Fujifilm evaluation condition.
Intensity of BL-7000 qualifies that of 300W Xenon lamp.

  • *1 The warranty period is 1 year after date of purchase.

For Various Needs

Small diameter scopes

Slim scopes offering various functions necessary for examinations, with a potential to alleviate patients’ discomfort

EG-740N

Upper G.I. tract scope

[photo] EG-740N Upper G.I. tract scope next to pencil

EG-740N, having 5.9-mm outer diameter and 2.4-mm instrument channel diameter, demonstrates good suction performance. Its slim body could support observations of stenosis and other areas where the scope insertion is difficult, offering a potential to alleviate patients’ discomfort.
Not only oral but also transnasal insertion is possible.
EG-740N can be used for LCI/BLI as well as high-definitionwhite light observation.

EC-760P-V/M, L

Lower G.I. tract scope

[photo] EC-760P-V/M, L Lower G.I. tract scope spraying water out of water jet

Loaded with Flexibility Adjustment Mechanism, Advanced Force Transmission and Adaptive Bending, these slim endoscopes 11.5 mm in diameter could be inserted into the body smoothly. A variety of feature including CMOS image sensor, LCI/BLI observations and water jet function make these scopes also useful as routine scopes.

Scopes for treatment

Accommodating various treatments with wide movement range

EG-760CT

Upper G.I. tract scope for treatment

[image] EG-760CT Upper G.I. tract scope performing surgical procedure on soft tissue

Instrument channel diameter as large as 3.8 mm offers powerful suction performance. This scope is suitable for observations of areas having many residues or concern of bleeding. As this endoscope is compatible with an array of endotherapy devices, it accommodates various treatments such as polypectomy, EMR and POEM.

EC-740T/M, L

Lower G.I. tract scope for treatment

[photo] EC-740T/M, L Lower G.I. tract scope bent in 210 degrees position

210°upward bending capability and small radius curvature allow for easy access to target observation point and lesions, supporting precise manipulation in EMR, ESD and other endoscopic procedures. In addition, with the distal end as small as 9.8 mm in diameter, these scopes are expected to be useful for cases where insertion is difficult.