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Our range of products include Flexible Endoscope, Nasal Endoscopy Optic Instrument, Video Endoscopy System, HD Medical Grade Monitor, Portable Ultra Sound Machine and Flexible Endoscope Systems.

Flexible Endoscope
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Flexible USB Camera Snake-Like Design for Tight to Reach Spaces 120cm Flexible Neck 2M USB Cable Water Resistant Camera Head 2 Adjustable White LED Lighting Frame Rate Up to 30fps VGA Resolution Snapshot Function Great for Pipework and Plumbing Excellent Surveillance Tool Handy Carry Case Specification: Resolution 640 x 480 Pixel (VGA) Frame Rate 30fps @ VGA Picture 24 Bit RGB Colour (1/6" CMOS) White Comparison Automatic Exposure to Light Automatic Video Format AVI Camera Illumination 2 LEDs, White USB Port USB 1.1 Power Supply 5V via USB Ambient/Operating Temperature 0 to 45C Cable Length Approx. 200cm Total Length of Device 120cm approx. Effective Length of Borescope 96cm Minimum Bending Radius 6cm Diameter of Camera Head 11.2mm Lens Coverage 54 Degrees Focus >6cm Weight Without Accessories approx. 415g Package Contents USB Endoscope Application CD Magnetic Accessory Carry Case Package Weight 1.25kg Package Dimensions 35cm x 20cm x 6cm approx.  


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Nasal Endoscopy Optic Instrument
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An endoscope is a special fiber optic instrument that is used for the examination of the interior of a canal or hollow viscus. During an office visit, the physician may recommend a nasal endoscopy which allows a visual examination of the nose and sinus passages. The endoscope is attached to a camera system, which allows the patient to follow the procedure and be active in their care. Before the procedure, an analgesic that is mixed with a topical nasal vasoconstrictor is sprayed into both nostrils. This mixture helps open the nasal passage and make the procedure more comfortable. The physician will then gently insert a flexible or a rigid endoscope into the nasal passage way to better visualize the nasal cavity. It allows the physician to observe signs of any obstruction, look for any sinus related problems, or polyps and determine the cause of a patient’s complaint.



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  • Item Code: NASAL-542

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Video Endoscopy System
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We are engaged in exporting, importing and supplying of video endoscopy system which is in huge demand by the national and international clients. Video endoscopy system supplied by us is mainly known for its durability, easy operation, high performance, and easy availability. Video endoscopy system available with us is sourced from a reliable vendor of the industry. Also it is tested by our experts on the basis of performance and efficiency.

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HD Medical Grade Monitor
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HD Medical Grad Monitor introduces a new medical LCD monitor – the LMD-2110MD – which complies with medical safety standards and EMC standards while maintaining an excellent cost performance ratio. Equipped with a 21.5-inch* full-HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) high-resolution LCD panel, the LMD-2110MD delivers crisp high-definition (HD) images. Combined with a 10-bit digital signal processing system, this monitor offers stunning and smooth grayscale. The LMD-2110MD is equipped with conventional versatile analog input interfaces and an HDMI input, which can accept HD signals up to 1080/60p. In addition, this monitor can input HD/SD-SDI signals using the optional BKM-341HS input adaptor. These features and benefits make this monitor a perfect cost-effective choice for a wide range .

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ULTRA SOUND MACHINE

An ultrasound machine creates makes images so that organs in the body to be examined. The machine sends out high-frequency sound waves, which reflect off body structures. A computer receives the waves and uses them to create a picture. Unlike with an x-ray or CT scan, this test does not use ionizing radiation.

The test is done in the ultrasound or radiology department.

  • You will lie down for the test.
  • A clear, water-based gel is applied to the skin on the area to be examined. The gel helps with the transmission of the sound waves.
  • A handheld probe called a transducer is moved over the area being examined. You may need to change position so that other areas can be examined.
 

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Flexible Endoscope Systems
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Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure used to examine a person's digestive tract. Using an endoscope, a flexible tube with a light and camera attached to it, your doctor can view pictures of your digestive tract on a color TV monitor.

During an upper endoscopy, an endoscope is easily passed through themouth and throat and into the esophagus allowing the doctor to view the esophagus, stomach, and upper part of the small intestine.

Similarly, endoscopes can be passed into the large intestine (colon) through the rectum to examine this area of the intestine. This procedure is called sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy depending on how far up the colon is examined.

A special form of endoscopy called endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreaticography, or ERCP, allows pictures of the pancreas,gallbladder, and related structures to be taken.

Endoscopic ultrasound or EUS combines upper endoscopy andultrasound examination to obtain images and information about various parts of the digestive tract.

 

 Why Do I Need an Endoscopy?

Doctors will often recommend endoscopy to evaluate:

  • Stomach pain
  • Ulcers, gastritis, or difficulty swallowing
  • Digestive tract bleeding
  • Changes in bowel habits (chronic constipation or diarrhea)
  • Polyps or growths in the colon

In addition, your doctor may use an endoscope to take a biopsy(removal of tissue) to look for the presence of disease.

Endoscopy may also be used to treat a digestive tract problem. For example, the endoscope might not only detect active bleeding from an ulcer, but devices can be passed through the endoscope that can stop the bleeding. In the colon, polyps can be removed through the scope to prevent the development of colon cancer.

Also, using ERCP, gallstones that have passed outside the gallbladder and into the bile duct can be removed.

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  • Arthroscope
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  • Colonoscope
  • Cystoscope
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  • Cystscope
  • Double Horn Bridge
  • Duodenoscope
  • Electro Surgical
  • Enteroscope
  • Eus/gastroscope
  • Gastro/equine
  • Gastroscope

 

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Fetal Monitoring
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Electronic Fetal Heart Monitoring

Electronic fetal heart monitoring is done during pregnancy, labor, and delivery to keep track of the heart rate of your baby (fetus) and the strength and duration of the contractions of your uterus. Your baby's heart rate is a good way to tell whether your baby is doing well or may have some problems.

Two types of monitoring—external and internal—can be done.

External monitoring

You may have external monitoring  at different times during your pregnancy, or it may be done during labor.

External monitoring can be done by listening to your baby's heartbeat with a special stethoscope. More often, external monitoring is done using two flat devices (sensors) held in place with elastic belts on your belly. One sensor uses reflected sound waves (ultrasound) to keep track of your baby's heart rate. The other sensor measures the duration of your contractions. The sensors are connected to a machine that records the information. Your baby's heartbeat may be heard as a beeping sound or printed out on a chart. The frequency and duration of your uterine contractions are usually printed out on a chart.

External monitoring is used for a nonstress test, which records your baby's heart rate while your baby is moving and not moving. A nonstress test may be combined with a fetal ultrasound to evaluate the amount of your amniotic fluid.

External monitoring is also done for a contraction stress test, which records changes in your baby's heart rate when you have uterine contractions. It may be done to check on your baby's health if your baby does not move enough during a nonstress test. It may help predict whether your baby can handle the stress of labor and vaginal delivery.

Sometimes external monitoring is done remotely (called telemetry), without your needing to be connected by wires to a machine. At some hospitals, the sensors can send the information about your baby's heart rate and your uterine contractions to a remote monitor, usually at a nurse's station. Remote monitoring allows you to walk around freely.

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Video Endoscope
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Endoscopy can be used to diagnose various conditions by close examination of internal organ and body structures. Endoscopy can also guide therapy and repair, such as the removal of torn cartilage from the bearing surfaces of a joint. Biopsy(tissue sampling for pathologic testing) may also be performed under endoscopic guidance. Local or general anesthetic may be used during endoscopy, depending upon the type of procedure being performed. Internal abnormalities revealed through endoscopy include: abscesses, biliary (liver) cirrhosis, bleeding, bronchitis, cancer, cysts, degenerative disease, gallbladder stones, hernia, inflammation, metastatic cancer, polyps, tumors, ulcers, and other diseases and conditions.

Endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure and carries with it certain minor risks depending upon the type of procedure being performed. However, these risks are typically far outweighed by the diagnostic and therapeutic potential of the procedure.

 

Types of Endoscopy

Fiber optic endoscopes now have widespread use in medicine and guide a myriad of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including:

  • Arthroscopy: examination of joints for diagnosis and treatment (arthroscopic surgery)
  • Bronchoscopy: examination of the trachea and lung's bronchial trees to reveal abscesses, bronchitis, carcinoma, tumors, tuberculosis, alveolitis, infection, inflammation
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  • Colonoscopy: examination of the inside of the colon and large intestine to detect polyps, tumors, ulceration, inflammation, colitis diverticula, Chrohn's disease, and discovery and removal of foreign bodies.
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  • Colposcopy: direct visualization of the and cervix to detect cancer, inflammation, and other conditions.
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  • Cystoscopy: examination of the bladder, urethra, urinary tract, uteral orifices, and prostate (men) with insertion of the endoscope through the urethra.
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  • ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography) uses endoscopic guidance to place a catheter for x-ray fluorosocopy with contrast enhancement. This technique is used to examine the liver's biliary tree, the gallbladder, the pancreatic duct and other anatomy to check for stones, other obstructions and disease. X-ray contrast is introduced into these ducts via catheter and fluoroscopic x-ray images are taken to show any abnormality or blockage. If disease is detected, it can sometimes be treated at the same time or biopsy can be performed to test for cancer or other pathology. ERCP can detect biliary cirrhosis, cancer of the bile ducts, pancreatic cysts, pseudocysts, pancreatic tumors, chronic pancreatitis and other conditions such as gallbladder stones.
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  • EGD (Esophogealgastroduodensoscopy): visual examination of the upper gastro-intestinal (GI) tract. (also referred to as gastroscopy) to reveal hemorrhage, hiatal hernia, inflammation of the esophagus, gastric ulcers.
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  • Endoscopic biopsy is the removal of tissue specimens for pathologic examination and analysis.
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  • Gastroscopy: examination of the lining of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. Gastroscopy is often used to diagnose ulcers and other sources of bleeding and to guide biopsy of suspect GI cancers.
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  • Laparoscopy: visualization of the stomach, liver and other abdominal organs including the female reproductive organs, for example, the fallopian tubes.
  • Laryngoscopy: examination of the larynx (voice box).
  • Proctoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, proctosigmoidoscopy: examination of the rectum and sigmoid colon.
  • Thoracoscopy: examination of the pleura (sac that covers the lungs), pleural spaces, mediastinum, and pericardium.

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Sony HD Medical Grad Monitor
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SONY Medical Monitors

Sony Medical continues to deliver innovation across medical imaging, including the first OLED medical monitor and leading HD 3D technology. Our range of specialist equipment includes everything from medical printers, radiology imagers and print media to cameras, monitors and recorders


The LMD -1530MD to LMD-4251TD inherits the proven technology and features of the widely respected 2D LCD monitor, the high grade LMD-1530MD to LMD-4250W. The LMD-4251TD can also display 2D pictures.

Key features of this monitor are Sony's highly acclaimed, unique ChromaTRU colour matching technology and a Full-HD (1920 x 1080) resolution professional LCD panel with an excellent wide viewing angle. Full digital 10-bit processing adds to the already impressive array of specifications, delivering smooth greyscale and colour transitions.

The LMD-4251TD can accept various source of 3D signal format such as 3D on 3G, Dual stream left and right, Field sequential and side-by-side HD-SDI as well as DVI-D line interleave (line by line) mode. A new set of 3D features have also been added to the monitor to help the user to manage the 3D effects with efficiency. The BKM-250TG board is required to display these features.

Entirely at home in broadcast, OB, production, post-production and corporate environments, the LMD-4251TD accepts a wide variety of PC and analogue video formats and optional decoder boards are available for Standard and High Definition digital video display.

  • High-performance Picture Quality

    The LMD-4251TD incorporates a Full-HD (1920x1080) LCD panel to provide Full HD resolution images. It is equipped with a high purity colour filters to provide precise colours.

  • Stress-free 3D Monitoring

    The LMD-4251TD incorporates a micro-polarizer filter attached to the LCD panel, and is supplied with circular-polarizer 3D Sony glasses. Wearing these lightweight 3D glasses, users can enjoy smooth, uninterrupted viewing of multiple monitors and flicker-free 3D images. This image quality helps users to engage in 3D production operations with minimal stress.

  • Convenient 2D/3D Display functions

    There are a variety of convenient 3D production features– ideal for high-quality creative 3D production. These features are assignable to the function keys on the front panel of the LMD-4251TD, and can also be assigned to an external remote control unit. Channel 2D/3D mode can be selected from a function key for user convenience during 3D production work.

  • Dual 2D/3D functionality maximises ROI

    This model not only excels in 3D, but is equipped with the consistent quality, functionality, and operability – essential for a 2D professional monitors. In fact, its features are fully compatible with those of current LMD-51W Series monitors.

  • Colour Quality Decisions can be made with Confidence

    Enhanced colour gamut and innovative Sony ChromaTRU technology ensure consistent and repeatable colour to ITU-709, SMPTE and EBU standards and from monitor to monitor.

  • Perfect for Group Viewing

    Sony 3D monitors have been optimised to provide a very wide viewing angle for group viewing.

  • Lifelike picture quality

    Ideal for BROADCAST (studio, office viewing, control room etc.), PRODUCTION (OB, monitor wall, VTR control, audio monitoring etc.), POST-PRODUCTION (mid-range multi-format editing consoles), CORPORATE (high-end multi-format use) and GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • Exceptionally Versatile

    Equally suited to AV or IT-based applications due to a broad range of inputs and multi-format signal capabilities.

  • Future Proof

    Multi-format and HD capability plus optional decoder boards will ensure that the LMD-4251TD remains current.

  • Indoor or Outdoor Operation

    Can be powered by AC or DC power supplies.

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