Radial EBUS Probes

Endobronchial Ultrasound

Radial EBUS Probes

Compatible with channel diameters of 2.0 mm, 2.6 mm, and 2.8 mm, radial EBUS probes can be inserted directly through the bronchoscope or used with the Olympus Guide Sheath Kit for a cost effective solution that can aid in accessing and sampling peripheral pulmonary lesions.


Key Benefits

  • Precise, real time confirmation: Only Olympus radial EBUS probes provide real-time confirmation of lesion location, which clinical evidence has shown to increase diagnostic yield.*
  • 360-degree, real time visualization:  Radial EBUS provides a 360-degree image of the airway wall and surrounding structures external to the airway. The unique mechanical scanning technique produces a real-time ultrasound image enabling direct visualization of the exact position of the lesion for sampling. 
  • Proven technology: Pooled clinical data demonstrates that radial EBUS provides a more accurate alternative to conventional transbronchial bronchoscopy, without the increased risk of clinical complications associated with CT-guided transthoracic needle aspiration (TTNA).**

 

*Wang Memoli JS, Nietert PJ, Silvestri GA. Meta-analysis of guided bronchoscopy for the evaluation of the pulmonary nodule. Chest. 2012;142(2):385-393.
*Alexander Chen, Praveen Chenna, Andrea Loiselle, Jennifer Massoni, Martin Mayse, and David Misselorn "Radial Probe Endobronchial Ultrasound for Periperal Pulmonary Lesions. A 5-Year Institutional Experience", Annals of the American Thoracic Society Vol. 11, No. 4 (2014), pp. 578-582.
**Wang Memoli JS, Nietert PJ, Silvestri GA. Meta-analysis of guided bronchoscopy for the evaluation of the pulmonary nodule. Chest. 2012;142(2):385-393.

Product Support

Item Number UM-BS20-26R-3 UM-S20-17S UM-S20-20R-3
Display mode B-Mode B-Mode B-Mode
Scanning method mechanical radial scanning mechanical radial scanning mechanical radial scanning
Scanning direction 360 degree cirumferential, in
perpendicular direction with respect to
probe insertion direction
360 degree cirumferential, in
perpendicular direction with respect to
probe insertion direction
360 degree cirumferential, in
perpendicular direction with respect to
probe insertion direction
Ultrasonic frequency (MHz) 20 20 20
Working length (cm) 205 215 205
Total length (cm) 214 222.5 214
Insertion tube (mm) 2.5 1.4
(distal end length 1085)
1.7
(distal end length 850)
2.0
(on connector side)
1.7
(on connector side)
2.0
(on connector side)
Maximum diameter (mm) 2.6 1.8 2.0
Compatible scope (mm) 2.8 or more 2.0 or more 2.6 or more with K-203 or
K-204 guide sheath kit
2.2 or more without guide sheath kit
Contact method for ROI balloon contact method direct contact method direct contact method
Guide Sheath compatibility N/A K-201, K-202, K-203, K-204 K-203, K-204

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