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Tips and tricks for buying an arthroscope Arthroscopes have a rigid external housing, a working channel for catheters and other working devices, and a lighting system. They are inserted into the joint for visual assessment, as well as for biopsy and treatment of injuries if necessary. A television camera electronically transmits images for displaying and recording video.
Arthroscope Buying Tips 1. Standard endoscopes of the arthroscope and articular cavity should allow connection to all common models of camera heads.
2. Video arthroscopes should be compatible not only with the current video processors of the object, but also with newer models of processors offered by the same manufacturer.
3. To ensure compatibility, enterprises are advised to purchase arthroscopes and accessories from the same manufacturer. Accessories for anthroscopes can include video monitors, specially designed holders for legs or arms, scissors and knives.
4. To allow connection to all common light sources, manufacturers must offer a wide selection of optical fibers.
5. Enterprises should consider processing methods approved by the manufacturer of the rigid endoscope. The more options, the better the tool can effectively manage its stocks.
6. Institutions should choose sights that are also compatible with autoclaving and other methods of rapid sterilization.
7. Institutions are strongly encouraged to use arthroscopes that they want to experimentally purchase; This will allow surgeons to directly compare perceived results. In carrying out these tests, institutions should standardize all other equipment, including monitors, video processors, light sources and guides, as well as the signal format, to ensure that the performance of the joint cavity endoscope is the only variable.