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OES BF-MP60 Fiberoptic Bronchoscope

ProductsOES BF-MP60 Fiberoptic Bronchoscope
Company Olympus America Medical
Item OES BF-MP60 Fiberoptic Bronchoscope
Features 
  • 4.0mm distal tip and insertion tube.
  • 2.0mm instrument channel.
  • Wide 120 field of view.
  • 1800/1300 up/down angulation.
  • 600mm working length.
  • Ultra compact fiberoptic bundle for clearer image.
  • Diathermy compatible.
  • Description High performance fiberoptic imaging from the latest 60 series bronchoscopes.

    Olympus has improved its fiberscope range, focussing on providing clinicians with superior specifications and enhanced image performance. Olympus has a impressive range of fiberoptic instruments for diagnosis and therapy in the respiratory tract to meet the demands of increasing peripheral bronchoscopy.

    Intermediate size bronchoscope designed for paediatric and peripheral examination.
    Info Olympus America Medical
    Customer Service: (800) 848-9024
    Web site: http://www.olympusamerica.com

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