Fujifilm EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound Scope
Large instrument channel combined with retroflexing capabilities and forward viewing for versatility in a range of procedures
The Fujifilm EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope is equipped with a slim distal end diameter, round tip design, and a direct forward view for insertion into narrow lumens often encountered in standard gastroscopic procedures.
An upward bending capability of 190o enables the EG-580UR EUS scope to be operated similar to the way a standard gastroscope can be used.
The Fujifilm EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope runs on the SU-1 Platinum Ultrasound Processor – a user-friendly compact device that is incorporated into the ELUXEO® tower for space saving convenience. The flat keyboard is easy to clean and offers touch pad or trackball options.
Distal Tip Bending Capability
The powerful bending capability of the EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope combined with a short rigid section supports manipulation in the duodenum and stomach.
2.8 mm Working Channel
The working channel of the EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope provides enhanced suction power and therapeutic capabilities during endoscopic and ultrasonographic procedures.
Optimal Viewing Angle
The 0o Forward Viewing of the EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope provides ease of advancement and instrument deployment, and is ideal for use in EGD procedures.
Advanced Force Transmission
The braided and coiled inner tube of the EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope allows a gradual flexible to firm taper, providing advanced force transmission and adaptive bending to maximize scope maneuverability.
11.4 mm Outer Diameter
The EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope offers a slim distal end diameter of 11.4 mm to facilitate scope insertion.
Control Portion Ergonomics
The Fujifilm G7 scope grip on the EG-580UR Radial Endoscopic Ultrasound scope is ergonomically designed to enhance comfort with a rounded handle surface, enabling intuitive operation. The angulation of the buttons and knobs on the scope handle is designed to provide pressure relief, helping to minimize metacarpal fatigue and optimize procedural performance.