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      Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Laparoscope

      Two different types of laparoscopes are available, one for viewing (diagnostic), and another for surgery. The endoscopes are inserted into the body, with imaging systems for examination or performing surgical procedures. They use a relayed lens, optics, or fiberoptic light system for illumination and imaging. Most have camera heads for external display, documentation, and image processing. These endoscopes use fiberoptic light systems or relayed lens optics for illumination and imaging during procedures, usually within the abdominal cavities.

      Tips for Buying a Laparoscope

      1. Laparoscopes can meet a wide range of fixed specifications, including viewing angle and diameter. Facilities should carefully evaluate their needs to choose models accordingly.

      2. Laparoscopes - standard and video - should be compatible with many sterilization methods. Autoclave compatibility is preferred. For sterilization purposes, video laparoscopes and peritoneoscopes should be completely submersible.

      3. Another required compatibility is with all common types of light sources and video processors.

      4. Video laparoscopes should be compatible with different video processors; the capability for remote control of video processor or documentation functions is preferred.

      5. Facilities should carefully examine the needs of their clinical setting, determining the frequency with which laparoscopic procedures are performed, and the types of surgical instruments and accessories required, including pelviscopes and peritoneal cavity endoscopes.

      6. Facilities should evaluate the compatibility of the laparoscope with other surgical equipment. Many manufacturers offer sets of laparoscopes of various sizes and viewing angles.

      7. One of the most important peritoneoscope purchase considerations is the optical quality of the image, which is determined by the ability of the fiber optic cables and light source to adequately illuminate the area under view, and the ability of the lens system to transmit a clear, bright image to the eyepiece with minimum distortion.

      8. Pelviscope devices are different from one another in their image brightness and resolution, depth of focus, magnification, color differentiation, angle of vision, and field of view.

      9. Facilities should consider the sensitivity of the peritoneal cavity endoscope device to heat, the time and temperature required for rinsing, the reuse life of the cleaning solution, and manual versus automatic processing before making the purchase.

      10. Some additional factors to consider include: shelf life, disposal restrictions, minimum effective concentration, safety, and cost per cycle.

      Questions for the Seller

      Before you purchase your Laparoscope, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

      General

      Are there any black dots on the visual field?

      General Information

      • Is it a Laparoscopic type?
      • Is it a Videoscopic type?
      • Does it have an internal chip/CCD?
      • Does it have an external chip/CCD?
      • Does it include a light source?
      • Does it include a full video system?

      Sleeve

      • Does it include a valve?
      • Does it include a stopcock?
      • Does it include an accessory sleeve?

      Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Laparoscope

      Two different types of laparoscopes are available, one for viewing (diagnostic), and another for surgery. The endoscopes are inserted into the body, with imaging systems for examination or performing surgical procedures. They use a relayed lens, optics, or fiberoptic light system for illumination and imaging. Most have camera heads for external display, documentation, and image processing. These endoscopes use fiberoptic light systems or relayed lens optics for illumination and imaging during procedures, usually within the abdominal cavities.

      Tips for Buying a Laparoscope

      1. Laparoscopes can meet a wide range of fixed specifications, including viewing angle and diameter. Facilities should carefully evaluate their needs to choose models accordingly.

      2. Laparoscopes - standard and video - should be compatible with many sterilization methods. Autoclave compatibility is preferred. For sterilization purposes, video laparoscopes and peritoneoscopes should be completely submersible.

      3. Another required compatibility is with all common types of light sources and video processors.

      4. Video laparoscopes should be compatible with different video processors; the capability for remote control of video processor or documentation functions is preferred.

      5. Facilities should carefully examine the needs of their clinical setting, determining the frequency with which laparoscopic procedures are performed, and the types of surgical instruments and accessories required, including pelviscopes and peritoneal cavity endoscopes.

      6. Facilities should evaluate the compatibility of the laparoscope with other surgical equipment. Many manufacturers offer sets of laparoscopes of various sizes and viewing angles.

      7. One of the most important peritoneoscope purchase considerations is the optical quality of the image, which is determined by the ability of the fiber optic cables and light source to adequately illuminate the area under view, and the ability of the lens system to transmit a clear, bright image to the eyepiece with minimum distortion.

      8. Pelviscope devices are different from one another in their image brightness and resolution, depth of focus, magnification, color differentiation, angle of vision, and field of view.

      9. Facilities should consider the sensitivity of the peritoneal cavity endoscope device to heat, the time and temperature required for rinsing, the reuse life of the cleaning solution, and manual versus automatic processing before making the purchase.

      10. Some additional factors to consider include: shelf life, disposal restrictions, minimum effective concentration, safety, and cost per cycle.

      Questions for the Seller

      Before you purchase your Laparoscope, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

      General

      Are there any black dots on the visual field?

      General Information

      • Is it a Laparoscopic type?
      • Is it a Videoscopic type?
      • Does it have an internal chip/CCD?
      • Does it have an external chip/CCD?
      • Does it include a light source?
      • Does it include a full video system?

      Sleeve

      • Does it include a valve?
      • Does it include a stopcock?
      • Does it include an accessory sleeve?
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