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Partnering with Fujifilm to use their full endoscopic portfolio was transformational for Providence, and throughout the past 10 years that decision has been affirmed time and time again to be the right choice. Providence conducted a lengthy, thorough evaluation — R&D, continued technology innovation, market capitalization, acquisition acumen, inventory, ability to scale, sales, service, and support infrastructure. On every front Providence challenged Fujifilm and they've delivered, responsively and in real-time — that's huge. Fujifilm continues to demonstrate their commitment and partnership with Providence every day."
Jack Brandabur, MD, FASGE
Gastroenterology, Providence Health Sacred Heart Medical Center,
Medical Director & Co-Chair, Providence Central Division, Cancer & Digestive Health Institute
The first aspect endoscopists will note is superlative image detail and clarity. The video image resolution is strikingly impressive. The image clarity and resolution are markedly better than any endoscope I've utilized."
Steven L. Carpenter, MD, MACP, AGAF, FASGE, FACP
Gastroenterologist, Center for Digestive & Liver Health,
Chair, Department of Internal Medicine Residency Program, Mercer University School of Medicine
The usage of the ED-580XT Duodenoscope provided notable assistance ... by providing image clarity, a stable elevator, and guidewire locking capabilities. This in addition to the ease with which the large devices passed through the instrument channel."
Kenneth Sigman, MD, AGAF, FASGE, FACG
Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology, Grandview Medical Center
Initiating with LCI has greatly helped me detect abnormalities and has greatly improved my Adenoma Detection Rate. I am now in the 95th percentile because of my use of LCI, and it has changed the way I do colonoscopies."
Jose Lantin, MD
CEO and practicing Gastroenterologist, Gastroenterology of Westchester
NYSGE attendees gained hands on experience and learned more about the latest Fujifilm endoscopic innovations.
The most trusted name in EUS image clarity is now from Fujifilm.
The FUJIFILM Arietta 850 is the premium endoscopic ultrasound processor, providing endoscopists with greater depth of information to allow for precise decision-making.
Equipped with Fujifilm's ultrasonic transmission and reception "eFocusing" technology and "Carving Imaging" image processing technology, the FUJIFILM Arietta 850 makes it possible to render clear ultrasound images from superficial to the deepest layers of the abdomen.
With enhanced detailed observation, the FUJIFILM Arietta 850 also provides an extensive variety of imaging modalities, such as Real-time Tissue Elastography and Shear Wave Measurement.
Introducing the new 700 Series EUS Scope: Fully compatible with the Arietta 850, taking image clarity to new levels.
The FUJIFILM EG-740UT curved linear EUS scope works with both the Arietta 850 and SU-1 Platinum EUS processors to empower increased visualization and stable puncture, all with an ample puncture range and 4.0 working channel to accommodate larger caliber devices and double guidewire techniques.
With new guidelines on Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection recently issued by ASGE, ESD is gaining ground as a therapy for gastric and colorectal cancers in the US. As a viable alternative to piecemeal resection or invasive surgery, ESD can be utilized for en bloc resection of large, potentially cancerous polyps or tumors.
Designed to facilitate enhanced visualization and simplify the lesion excision process to allow for greater control and maneuverability during ESD procedures, Fujifilm's TRACMOTION 360-degree rotatable traction device enables easy grasping and re-grasping of lesions during ESD procedures, simplifying the lesion extraction process, and has demonstrated to reduce procedure time.
For advanced endoscopy procedures and techniques, the FUJIFILM EI-740D/S Dual channel endoscope delivers unparalleled image clarity and capability to ESD, POEM, and other advanced endoscopic procedures and techniques. Along with ample working channels, this state-of-the-art dual channel scope empowers enhanced detection with LCI and BLI light modes, and boasts a 210° upward angulation to retroflex in areas that are difficult to approach.
Equipped with an integrated, reusable, reprocessable balloon at the bending section, G-EYE® 700 Series Colonoscopes can be inflated on demand to assist in visualization, stabilization, and control during colonoscopy.
With both short and long lengths to choose from to conduct a variety of procedures, Fujifilm double balloon endoscopes provide innovation that helps unlock access to the small bowel for diagnosis and treatment of GI bleeds, IBD, Crohn's Disease, and more, as well as overcome challenges inherent in navigating through tortuous anatomy to pleat the intestine and provide access to altered anatomy.
Get in on the action of learning the unique push/pull technique for DBE scope advancement and small bowel exploration.
Eliminate the need for injectable dyes for a variety of endoluminal and laparoscopic procedures. ELUXEO® Vision provides real-time tissue oxygen saturation (StO2) imaging technology that empowers physicians to gain clear and accurate assessment and measurement of patient tissue oxygenation in newly connected tissue — at the touch of a button.
Fujifilm's ELUXEO® Vision is the only real-time oxygen saturation imaging solution for use with both flexible endoscopes and rigid laparoscopes, enabling intra-operative endoscopic capabilities so that endoluminal and MIS surgeons can work together from a single tower.
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