Control

Advancing Control

to provide new value to physicians and staff.

Responsive Insertion Technology (RIT)

RIT consists of three technologies that work together to improve ease of insertion and operator control, which may help to minimize patient discomfort and enhance procedural efficiency.

PASSIVE BENDING

The new insertion section includes a soft passive bending section that better follows the passage through acute turns.

HIGH FORCE TRANSMISSION

High Force Transmission enables a 1:1 transfer of pushing & rotating forces to the distal end of the colonoscope, improving ergonomics and scope responsiveness.

VARIABLE STIFFNESS

Variable stiffness allows the flexibility of the scope to be changed incrementally by manipulating a flexibility adjustment ring.

Passive Bending

This technology allows for smooth passage through acute flexures by allowing the distal tip of the scope to "deflect" and conform to the natural anatomy. Conventional scopes create a "candy cane" effect causing distended anatomy, patient discomfort and procedural difficulty.

Allows for smooth passage through acute flexures.

High Force Transmission

High Force Transmission enables a 1:1 transfer of pushing & rotating forces to the distal end of the colonoscope, improving ergonomics and scope responsiveness.

Improves ergonomics and scope responsiveness.

Variable Stiffness

Variable stiffness allows the flexibility of the scope to be changed incrementally by manipulating a flexibility adjustment ring.

Adjust the flexibility of the scope.

ScopeGuide

ScopeGuide is a GPS for the colon designed to improve efficiency and patient comfort, even during difficult procedures. ScopeGuide is integrated into EVIS EXERA III with the CF-HQ190L colonoscope.