Rigid Ventilating video Bronchoscope

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Rigid Ventilating Video Bronchoscope India Jalgaon

Rigid Ventilating video Bronchoscope  The instrument is a 4 in 1 device and is a genius merger of a telescope, LED light source, Ventilating bronchoscope sheath, and bronchoscopic foreign body removal forceps A video camera with 4 LEDs is fitted at the tip of a rigid tube made up of surgical steel and has USB output. The tube has holes on each side for ventilation with ventilating port. A foreign body removing peanut forceps is welded at the 6 O’clock position to the tube. The outer transverse diameter of the instrument is 4.5 mm and the vertical diameter of 5.5 mm. The working length is 50 cm. Sterilization is done by formalin chamber or ethylene oxide gas.
Rigid Ventilating video Bronchoscope was commercialized for a reasonable cost of Rs.40,000. It was a commercial hit and more than 50 pieces sold in India. Rigid Ventilating video Bronchoscope is easily worth USD 10,000 as a telescope (USD 3000), a LED light source (USD 1,500) endo camera (USD 4000), and ventilating bronchoscope (USD 1,500) are not necessary. 

About Bronchoscope

Bronchoscopes can be used for various purposes, such as to diagnose and treat respiratory conditions, to obtain tissue samples for biopsy.

There are two main types of bronchoscopes: flexible and rigid. Flexible bronchoscopes are the most common type used today and are preferred for their ability to maneuver around corners and reach deeper into the lungs. Rigid bronchoscopes are used less frequently and require general anesthesia.

During the procedure, patients are typically sedated and given a local anesthetic to numb the throat. The bronchoscope is then carefully inserted and guided through the airways while the doctor watches the live video feed. Overall, the bronchoscope is a valuable tool for diagnosing and treating respiratory conditions and providing a minimally invasive alternative to more invasive procedures.

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