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Advancing Visualization

NBI (Narrow Band Imaging)

The latest technology to fight Bladder Cancer

NBI (Narrow Band Imaging)

A New Wave for Diagnostic possibilities

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Innovative Technology to fight cancer

How Olympus-developed Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) technologies helps doctors detect cancer at the earliest possible stage.

In 1950, Olympus introduced the world's first practical gastrocamera. Today, after more than six decades of product evolution, the company is a recognized leader in the field, supplying 70% of the gastrointestinal endoscopes used worldwide.

Aiding doctors in the early detection and treatment of a wide range of diseases - and reducing the need for invasive surgical procedures that can place a burden on patients - today's state-of-the-art Olympus endoscopes incorporate a host of technological innovations for improved performance.

Olympus Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) is one such innovation.

Marking a significant advance over conventional imaging, NBI helps doctors to observe early warning signs of cancer that can be very difficult to see in white light, and through early diagnosis and treatment, to reduce the physical burden imposed on patients.

*Narrow band imaging (NBI) that was first developed by Olympus and commercialized in 2006.

What is NBI?

NBI depicts distribution of blood vessels in the superficial layer of the mucosa

In normal observation, an endoscopic light source irradiates wide spectrum light in order to ensure that the colors in the reproduced images of mucosal tissues are as natural as possible. The downside of using wide spectrum light is that it reduces the contrast generated by blood vessels in the superficial layer of the mucosa or by subtle alterations in the mucosa called pit patterns. In order to detect this contrast which is essential for diagnosis, NBI uses narrow spectrum light (narrow-band light) specifically suited to the optical characteristics of mucosal tissues and hemoglobin in blood. This improves the contrast of the image relevant to diagnosis and delivers images with excellent visualization capability.

Chromoendoscopy-type images at the touch of a button

Like chromoendoscopy, NBI can emphasize pit patterns. However, because NBI is an optical image enhancement technology, there is little interference from mucus and there is no need to spray dye on the target tissues. The viewing mode can be switched to NBI at the touch of button, and high-contrast images can be obtained at any time.

No need to change scopes

NBI is made possible by a dedicated filter incorporated in the light source unit and by a dedicated controlling/processing function on the video processor. That means you don't need a new scope to take advantage of NBI. You can use the one you already have.

How it is useful?

Through the accumulated research that followed, it was understood that early stage lesions could be found through slight differences in the color of mucosal surfaces within the digestive tract.
Olympus Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) is an optical technology available for a variety of medical disciplines which helps to visualize the most minute vascular and mucosal patterns. A number of studies highlight the clinical value of NBI, especially with regard to the detection of cancer and characterization of suspicious mucosal areas.

Colon

Esophagus

Esophagus

Technology Principle

Absorption characteristics of hemoglobin

A dedicated built-in optical filter incorporated in the light source is used to generate narrow-band light. This narrow-band illumination is composed of 415 nm light and 540 nm light. Because these wavelengths are strongly absorbed by hemoglobin, they are ideal for depiction of vascular images.

The effect of narrow-band light

By optimizing the light wavelengths at 415 nm and 540 nm and by keeping their spectral widths narrow, NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) enhances contrast to ensure that blood vessels in the mucosa stand out clearly.

How NBI images are created

Because the 415 nm and 540 nm wavelengths transmit to different depths in the mucosal tissue, visualization of blood vessel distribution in the mucosa is improved. Capillaries in the superficial layer are emphasized by the 415 nm light and displayed in brown, while veins in the submucosa are made visible by the 540 nm light and displayed in cyan.

Practical advantages

  • One platform throughout a hospital
  • Increased quality of outcomes due to support for early detection of cancer and mucosal changes
  • No preparation required - technology available at the touch of a button at no extra cost
  • The one stop within the clincial Process

Clinical Advantage and Research Area

How does NBI help medical specialists?

Thanks to a large amount of clinical evidence, NBI really opens up many possibilities for diagnosis throughout a hospital*. The high contrast between vessels and the surrounding mucosa means NBI facilitates the detection and characterization of tumors and even displays highly vascularized suspect lesions in deeper tissue layers. Compared with white light endoscopy, the images of capillaries are less blurred and the probability of missing a lesion is reduced. As such, NBI improves specialists' ability to reach an early and precise optical diagnosis.

To date, clinical application and efficacy in different specialties have been studied.
NBI has clinical applications throught the anatomy including gastroenterology,pulmonary, urology and rhinolaryngology (ENT).

* Learn More about NBI in Gastroenterology, Urology and ENT of this page.

The key technologies associated with NBI endoscopy

HDTV

Reproduction of lifelike images that depict the subtlest nuances
The accuracy of the results obtained with NBI and AFI depends on the quality of the original images captured by the scope. To ensure the highest possible quality, we naturally incorporated today's most advanced video technology in new generation video system — HDTV or high-definition television.* Composed of more than double the number of scanning lines and horizontal pixels used in conventional video systems, HDTV images offer a 100 percent increase in image information that produces a sharp, detailed picture with virtually no detectable pixelation or artifacts. HDTV's true-to-life imaging power enables even minute capillaries and subtle mucosal structures to be rendered accurately throughout the screen area. This enhanced image quality may improve diagnostic capability and procedural efficiency, while possibly reducing the miss ratio.

HDTV

Pre-freeze Functions

When capturing a still image, this function automatically selects the sharpest image of the desired view.
A new pre-freeze function saves time and helps eliminate the physician's frustration when capturing still images. The new generation video processor automatically buffers a continuous, rapid series of procedural images. When capturing a still image, the pre-freeze function analyzes the previous images and displays and saves the sharpest image of the desired view. This function helps physicians obtain a clear visual record of the procedure in the shortest possible time.

Dual Focus

New two-stage optical lens technology allows physicians to switch from normal focus mode to near focus mode with a single button.
Dual focus two-stage optical lens technology from Olympus allows physicians to switch from normal focus mode to near focus mode with a single button, so they can conduct close examination of mucosal tissue and capillary networks. The new technology lets physicians select the desired depth of field and obtain high-quality images at the same time, bringing a new level of visualization to routine examinations.

Advancing visualization - Achieve more with NBI

NBI is the world's only patented endoscopic light technology that enables effective targeting of biopsies not seen under white light without the need for dyes or drugs.
* NBI is not intended to to replace histopathological sampling as a means of diagnosis.

Olympus developed narrow band imaging technology to enhance the examination and characterization of healthy and abnormal mucosal tissue. NBI has set a new standard in endoscopy.

Now with the cutting-edge EVIS EXERA III system, the improved NBI takes HDTV imaging to a completely new level. Each component has been enhanced to achieve the best possible images. Combining a brighter light source, a more sensitive CCD, and 3D noise reduction, the whole system provides up to twice the viewable distance as compared to EVIS EXERA II, which opens up new clinical applications and reinforces NBI's acceptance as a standard of care.

More Power for Accurate Diagnosis

Developed to enhance vascular and surface patterns, NBI now features twice the viewable distance, improved noise reduction that works more efficiently, and image response speed from dark to bright is much faster. These advances help physicians to detect and characterize lesions even more effectively. Many experts agree that NBI can contribute to real-time diagnosis of adenoma and hyperplasia, potentially reducing the frequency of unnecessary biopsies and the costs associated with histopathological examinations. Potential benefits like these, together with NBI's proven practical advantages, are laying the foundations for a new paradigm in endoscopy.

NBI in Urology

Fighting Bladder Cancer - NBI

Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) is the world's only patented endoscopic light technology that enables effective targeting of biopsies not seen under white light without the need for dyes or drugs. Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) is a powerful optical image enhancement technology that improves the visibility of blood vessels and other structures on the bladder mucosa.

High-Definition NBI in Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer

The challenge in NMIBC management:

Reviewing the literature, 50-70% of NMIBC patients suffer from recurrences after the initial treatment in form of superficial tumours*1. Missing small papillary tumours or CIS is an acknowledged risk, at an estimated rate of 10-20%*2. Superficial tumours of the mucosa are typically indicated by specific capillary and vessel structures.

*1 Sylvester et al., Intravesical bacillus Calmette-Guerin reduces the risk of progression in patients with superficial bladder cancer: a meta-analysis of the published results of randomized clinical trials, J Urol 2002; 168:1964-1970
*2 Jichlinski et al., Fluorescence cystoscopy in the management of bladder cancer: a help for the urologist!, Urol. Int. 2005; 74: 97-101

Identifying these structures - especially small tumours under white light conditions - is possible, but could be improved. This is where the HD-NBI technology helps by enhancing the contract of vessels.

NBI technology has potenital to improve visualization of lesion boundaries in Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer (NMIBC)

How HD-NBI works

  • HD-NBI enhances the contrast of vessels and papillary structures to help identify tumours
  • HD-NBI enhances the fact that haemoglobin has an increased absorption rate for light at wavelengths of blue and green colour
  • HD-NBI light is generated by a patented filter, eliminating all other disturbing wavelengths with the exception of blue and green

Potential Clinical Advantages

  • HD-NBI provides increased accuracy to not miss lesions
  • Significantly higher tumour detection rate for Narrow Band Imaging versus conventional cystoscopy (94.7 % versus 79.2 %*1 and 94.8 % versus 83.9 %*2)
  • Substantially more tumours found (35.9-38 %*1)
  • NBI reduces the recurrence risk of NMIBC by at least 10 % at one year*3
*1 Cauberg et al., Narrow band imaging cystoscopy improves the detection of nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer, Urology 2010; 76:658-663
*2 Geavlete et al., Narrow-band imaging cystoscopy in non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer: a prospective comparison to the standard approach, Therapeutic Advances in Urology 2012; 4(5):211-217
*3 Puppo et al., A Randomized Prospective Trial to Assess the Impact of Transurethral Resection in Narrow Band Imaging Modality on Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer Recurrence, European Urology 2012; 61:908-913

Where HD-NBI can be used

The Bladder Cancer Management (NMIBC)

  • Rigid and flexible cystoscopy
  • TUR-B resection

Flexible Ureteroscopy

  • Flexible Ureteroscopy for Upper tract tumor management

Flexible Cystoscopy

HD-NBI for advanced diagnostic option in Follow up Cystoscopy

HD-NBI is an extremely valuable help during your follow-up cystoscopies. Being able to switch on NBI by a push of a button during the ambulatory flexible cystoscopy can add great benefits to your diagnosis preciseness.
The combination of HD and Brighter NBI opens a new chapter in advanced bladder cancer follow up diganosis using flexible cystoscopy.

HD and Full - screen capabilties- Flexible Cystoscopy

  • Increase in brightness by 20% compared with the previous generation for optimized imaging
  • Enhanced visibility of superficial capillary and mucosal vessel system
  • Potentially higher and improved detection rate of cartinoma in situ

TUR-B Resection

HD-NBI for accurate tumor resection

Using the latest generation of HD-NBI camera heads in combination with rigid cystoscopes and resectoscopes enables you to make use of the NBI-related detection benefits during your TUR-BT surgery.

HD Camera ead with NBI - a unique combination for bladder cancer resection

  • Combination of HD and NBI delivers 20% brighter light compared to prior camera head system
  • HD-NBI has potential to reduces the recurrence risk of NMIBC

Flexible Ureteroscopy

When being confronted with upper tract tumours, using videoscope technology is already a significant step forward.

NBI Solution in Urology

NBI - available for all endo-urological procedure

Video Cystoscopy CYF-VH Video Cystoscopy CYF-V2 VISERA ELITE-Imaging platform Video Ureterorenoscopy

Publications

Naselli A, Introini C, Timossi L, Spina B, Fontana V, Pezzi R, Germinale F, Bertolotto F, Puppo P.
A randomized prospective trial to assess the impact of transurethral resection in narrow band imaging modality on non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer recurrence.
Eur Urol. 2012 May;61(5):908-13.

Kaiwen Li, Tianxin Lin, Xinxiang Fan, Yu Duan, and Jian Huang
Diagnosis of narrow-band imaging in non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Int J Urol. 2013 Jun;20(6):602-9

NBI in ENT

During endoscopic observation, NBI enhances visualization of the capillary network and mucosal morphology.

NBI Is an optical imaging technology that enhances the visibility of vessels and other structures on or near the mucosal surface. The gastrointestinal tract is mainly composed of blood vessels and mucosa; narrow band imaging, which is strongly absorbed by hemoglobin and penetrates only the surface of tissues, is ideal for enhancing the contrast between the two. As a result, under narrow band imaging, capillaries on the mucosal surface are displayed in brown and veins in the submucosa are displayed in cyan on the monitor.

* Allows NBI examination when used with a video system that is NBI compatible.

Potential Clinical Advantages

NBI is a potentially useful technique for diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of laryngeal and hypopharyngeal disease. The Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) technology allows for the enhanced visibility of vessel structures leading to support the improved detection of carcinoma in situ in the larynx* as well as saving healthy mucosa due to more precisely defined borders.

  • The use of NBI supports the detection of tumors in comparison to conventional white light imaging.*
  • The improved visualization of capillary networks possible with NBI may support analysis of tumor progression.*
  • It has potential to identify small tumors using NBI and support for detection at an earlier stage.*

HD-NBI

Taking a new step of combination of HDTV and NBI in ENT

High-resolution HDTV image deliver sharp and clear details, boosting observation capabilities when viewing mucosal structures and other vessel patterns. This superior performance will the potential of endoscopy to a new level. This advanced visualization technology potentially reduced unceccesay biopsies and improves examination quality. The combination of HDTV and NBI in ENT are now available to support to optimal diagnsis and treatment. The brilliant HD resolution is the basis for the high accuracy in ENT diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

According to the prospective studies,

  • especially the combination of HDTV and NBI significantly improves positive and negative predictive rates.*
  • NBI is expected to provides better definition of tumour staging and surgical margins in pre- and intraoperative settings.*
  • NBI is also valuable in post-operative setting due to the potential to support early detection of persistences, recurrences, and metachronous tumours.*

NBI Solution in ENT

VISERA ELITE-Imaging platform ENF-VH CV-170 Video Rhino-Laryngoscopy ENF-VH/ENF-V3

Publications

Piazza C, Cocco D, Del Bon F, Mangili S, Nicolai P, Peretti G.
Narrow band imaging and high definition television in the endoscopic evaluation of upper aero-digestive tract cancer.
Acta Otorhinolaryngol Ital.2011 Apr;31(2):70-5.

Gastroenterology

Imaging Systems

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Processor CV-290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Processor

CV-290

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • Ground-breaking resolving power for efficient diagnosis
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Outstanding, true-to-life image quality
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Xenon Light Source CLV-290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Xenon Light Source

CLV-290

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • One-touch Connector
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Improved ergonomics
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Xenon Light Source CLV-290SL

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Xenon Light Source

CLV-290SL

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • AFI
  • One-touch Connector
  • 300-watt xenon lamp
  • Optimises performance of HDTV-compatible scopess
  • Sophisticated filter systems for NBI and AFI
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Gastoroscopes

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal Scope GIF-HQ290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal Scope

GIF-HQ290

  • HDTV
  • Dual Focus
  • NBI
  • One-touch Connector
  • Ground-breaking resolving power for efficient diagnosis
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Outstanding, true-to-life HD image quality
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE  Video Gastrointestinal scope   GIF-H290Z

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal scope

GIF-H290Z

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • One-touch Connector
  • Slim Optical Magnification scope with improved insertibility
  • Optical 85x Magnification with HDTV and NBI
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EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal Scope GIF-H290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal Scope

GIF-H290

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • One-touch Connector
  • Outstanding, true-to-life HD image quality
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Water jet for a clearer view
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal Scope GIF-XP290N

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Gastrointestinal Scope

GIF-XP290N

  • NBI
  • One-touch Connector
  • Superior image quality in a super-slim design
  • Wider possibilities for therapeutic interventions
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Brochure

Colonoscopes

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Colonoscope CF-HQ290Z

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Colonoscope

CF-HQ290Z

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • 170° Wide-angle
  • Unique Responsive Insertion Technology
  • One-touch Connector
  • HQ image quality
  • Optical 80 x Magnification with NBI
  • 170° wide-angle field of view
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Colonoscope CF-HQ290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Colonoscope

CF-HQ290

  • HDTV
  • Dual Focus
  • NBI
  • 170° Wide-angle
  • Unique Responsive Insertion Technology
  • One-touch Connector
  • Ground-breaking resolving power for efficient diagnosis
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Outstanding, true-to-life HD image quality
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Colonoscope CF-H290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Colonoscope

CF-H290

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • 170° Wide-angle
  • Unique Responsive Insertion Technology
  • One-touch Connector
  • Outstanding, true-to-life HD image quality
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Smoother and more comfortable insertion
  • Brochure
EVIS EXERAIII  Video Colonoscope  PCF-H290D

EVIS EXERAIII Video Colonoscope

PCF-H290D

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • 170° Wide-angle
  • Unique Responsive Insertion Technology
  • One-touch Connector
  • Slim colonoscope with ScopeGuide function
  • Outstanding, true-to-life HD image quality
  • Smoother and more comfortable insertion
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EVIS LUCERA ELITE COLONOVIDEOSCOPE PCF-H290ZL/I

EVIS LUCERA ELITE COLONOVIDEOSCOPE

PCF-H290ZL/I

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • 170° Wide-angle
  • Unique Responsive Insertion Technology
  • One-touch Connector
  • HDTV, NBI and RIT
  • Wide Viewing Angle
  • Waterproof One-touch Connector
  • Brochure

Pulmonology

Bronchoscopes

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope BF-H290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope

BF-H290

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • Rotation
  • One-touch Connector
  • Stunning HDTV white light imaging performance and improved NBI
  • Insertion tube rotation function and 210° angulation
  • Fully waterproof endoscope and one-touch connector
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EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope BF-Q290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope

BF-Q290

  • NBI
  • Rotation
  • One-touch Connector
  • Stunning high resolution imaging in a slim scope
  • Insertion tube rotation function and 210° angulation
  • Fully waterproof endoscope and one-touch connector
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope BF-1TQ290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope

BF-1TQ290

  • NBI
  • Rotation
  • One-touch Connector
  • Advancing visualisation
  • Advancing maneuverability
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope BF-P290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope

BF-P290

  • NBI
  • Ultra-slim-design videoscope
  • Insertion tube rotation function
  • Wider angulation range
  • Brochure
EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope BF-XP290

EVIS LUCERA ELITE Video Bronchoscope

BF-XP290

  • NBI
  • Extremely-slim-design videoscope
  • Insertion tube rotation function
  • Wider angulation range
  • Brochure
Video Bronchoscope BF-F260

Video Bronchoscope

BF-F260

  • NBI
  • AFI
  • Advanced autofluorescence imaging
  • Slim bronchoscope for diagnostic bronchoscopy
  • Compatible with a wide range of endo-therapy devices
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Urology

Imaging Systems

VISERA ELITE Video Processor OTV-S190

VISERA ELITE Video Processor

OTV-S190

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • Ground- breaking resolving power for safe procedure
  • Brighter, more powerful NBI
  • Outstanding, true-to-life image quality
  • Brochure
VISERA ELITE Xenon Light Source CLV-S190

VISERA ELITE Xenon Light Source

CLV-S190

  • NBI
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Photo Dynamic Diagnosis
  • Brochure
Video Processor with Built-in LED Light Source CV-170

Video Processor with Built-in LED Light Source

CV-170

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • LED
  • HDTV image quality and NBI
  • Long-life LED light source
  • Pre-freeze function

Cystoscopes

Flexible Video Cystoscope CYF-VH

Flexible Video Cystoscope

CYF-VH

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • High-Definition TV (HDTV)
  • New Evolution Tip
  • Narrow Band Imaging (NBI)
  • Brochure
Flexible Video Cystoscope CYF-V2/VA2

Flexible Video Cystoscope

CYF-V2/VA2

  • NBI
  • NBI - Best diagnosis capabilities
  • Improved patient comfort
  • Easy handling – angulations matching the anatomy
  • Brochure

Ureteroscope

Flexible Video Ureteroscope URF-V

Flexible Video Ureteroscope

URF-V

  • NBI
  • Rotation
  • Crystal-clear images for efficient diagnostics
  • NBI capabilities for improved UTTC detection
  • Tube rotation gives easier handling
  • Brochure
Flexible Video Ureteroscope URF-V2/V2R

Flexible Video Ureteroscope

URF-V2/V2R

  • NBI
  • Rotation
  • Extremely Slim Design
  • High Image Quality
  • Improved Handling
  • Brochure

Camera head

HD Camera Head CH-S190-08-LB

HD Camera Head

CH-S190-08-LB

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • Lightweight, Ergonomic
  • High Definition Image
  • Narrow Band Imaging
  • Brochure

ENT

Imaging Systems

VISERA ELITE Video Processor OTV-S190

VISERA ELITE Video Processor

OTV-S190

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • Ground- breaking resolving power for safe procedure
  • Brighter, more powerful NBI
  • Outstanding, true-to-life image quality
  • Brochure
VISERA ELITE Xenon Light Source CLV-S190

VISERA ELITE Xenon Light Source

CLV-S190

  • NBI
  • Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging
  • Photo Dynamic Diagnosis
  • Brochure
Video Processor with Built-in LED Light Source CV-170

Video Processor with Built-in LED Light Source

CV-170

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • LED
  • HDTV image quality and NBI
  • Long-life LED light source
  • Pre-freeze function

ENT Endoscopes

Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope ENF-VH

Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope

ENF-VH

  • HDTV
  • NBI
  • World's First HD Flexible Rhino-Larynogoscope
  • Full-screen image
  • Wide field of view
  • Brochure
Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope ENF-V3

Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope

ENF-V3

  • NBI
  • Excellent image with Ø 2.6 mm
  • Exceptional luminosity
  • Brochure
Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope ENF-VT2

Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope

ENF-VT2

  • High image quality
  • Excellent choice for treatment - channel Ø 2.0 mm
  • Compatibility with suction, biopsy and HF accessories
  • Brochure
Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope ENF-VQ

Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope

ENF-VQ

  • Full-screen image
  • High resolution
  • Brochure
Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope ENF-V2

Rhino-Laryngo Videoscope

ENF-V2

  • High image quality
  • Smooth insertion
  • Brochure

Technology Principle

Theory of NBI

UGI

EVIS EXERA III GIF-HQ190
Courtesy of Dr. Roy Soetikno, M.D.

LGI

EVIS EXERA III CF-HQ190
Courtesy of Dr. Roy Soetikno, M.D.

Urology

All with NBI

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