◾The i-scan imaging project
The i-scan imaging project is a collaborative initiative led by PENTAX Medical, working with with Key Opinion Leaders from throughout the endoscopic community. It aims to inform endoscopists of this exciting new technology and promote its use in routine clinical practice, helping to improve the quality of diagnostic endoscopy.
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The OPTIVISTA EPK‑i7010 High‑Definition Video Processor
The new premium solution for advanced endoscopy.
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The SCOPEPILOT - The next generation 3D colon navigation system
SCOPEPILOT NCU-7000 is the next generation Navigation system technology by PENTAX Medical designed to provide a true 3D live representation of the colonoscope shape and position inside the patient´s bowel tract.
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The DEFINA EPK-3000 Video Processor
The compact sized DEFINA processor offers state-of-the-art HD images that lead to detection of epithelial changes. This is supported by i-scan which further enhances mucosal and vessel patterns as well as tumor margins by its smart usability. i-scan technology guides the user to the area that needs to be biopsied and supports in determining the area to be treated.
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The “my PENTAX Medical” customer portal provides you with 24/7 access to all online services, including manual downloads, repair requests and tracking, as well as training and events registration.
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Laryngeal Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Is Adherence to Quality Metrics Associated with Improved Survival?
Click here to learn if compliance with proposed quality metrics is associated with improved survival in patients with laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma.
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