An all-in-one solution for thoracic surgery and bronchoscopy
IMAGE1 S is an all-in-one solution for rigid and flexible endoscopy. The modular FULL HD camera platform allows customization to individual needs.
- Modular platform for all applications:
- Flexible bronchoscopy
- Rigid bronchoscopy
- Video mediastinoscopy
- Video-assisted thoracic surgery
- Brilliant color rendition
- Innovative visualization technologies for diagnosis and interventions: CLARA, CHROMA and SPECTRA
Bronchoscopy Instrumentation for Stents
Full lumen bronchoscope and optical forceps for stents
Bronchial stents have a wide range of applications in interventional bronchology. A prerequisite for the placing of a stent is the use of a rigid bronchoscope. Not only does the rigid bronchoscope enable introduction of the stent, it also-if necessary-performs repositioning and extraction. KARL STORZ offers special instruments for this purpose.
- Easy and steady unfolding of the stent thanks to distal 45° oblique beak
- Round lateral holes meet the special requirements of stent placement
- Prismatic light deflector inserted proximally ensures full use of lumen
Optical forceps for stents:
- Movable jaw with rat tooth guarantees a secure hold
- Stationary jaw for excavating and freeing stents with attached tissue
- For the repositioning and removal of all conventional types of stents
Bronchoscopy Instrumentation for Children
KARL STORZ offers bronchoscopy instruments that have been tailored to the anatomy of children. These include bronchoscopes in various sizes and lengths as well as optical forceps and accessories. The smallest bronchoscope allows interventions such as foreign body removal and biopsies to be performed on newborns and small children under optical control.
Special features of the bronchoscopy instrumentation:
- Special surface treatment for optimal gliding properties of the bronchoscope sheath
- Atraumatic bronchoscope tip for patient-friendly insertion
- Wide range of diverse forceps for foreign body removal and biopsy
The specially designed telescope bridge, which is firmly locked onto the universal bronchoscope, simplifies camera-guided intubation and protects against rod lens breakage. This guarantees a constant view of the distal end of the bronchoscope.