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BAI-MAC: The Brilliance of Even Illumination
BAI-MAC (Brightness Adjustment Imaging with Maintenance of Contrast) provides a better overview inside the anatomy and thus supports taking procedure quality and examiner confidence to the next level.
Behind the Feature: BAI-MAC
Each image is split into texture and brightness information. The texture remains unchanged, while the brightness of dark areas is automatically enhanced. Combining the original texture information with the adjusted brightness information generates a new, improved image in which close-by and distant areas are evenly illuminated — resulting in an enhanced and clear view within bronchial structures.
TXI: The New White Light
By supporting better visibility of different mucosal structures, TXI (Texture and Color Enhancement Imaging) aims to give the examiner more confidence and to improve the quality of bronchial biopsies.
Behind the Feature: TXI
The incoming image is split, and the texture and brightness are enhanced before the separate images are merged back together. Additional color enhancements leading to a larger bandwidth of red tones are made to more clearly define subtle differences in tissue color. In sum, the image is brighter and more contrasted, but still comprising natural red colors.
White Light vs. TXI
RDI: The Safeguard for Endoscopic Therapy
Easy detection of large vessels helps find optimal biopsy sites, with the aim of making bronchial biopsies safer and more comfortable.
Behind the Feature: RDI
RDI works by employing specific green, amber and red wave lengths. The latter two penetrate deep into the mucosa, enabling the visualization of deep blood vessels, while the green light provides the contrast required to differentiate the vessels from the surrounding mucosa. As a result, the RDI image can improve the confidence in selecting the sampling spot by avoiding large mucosal vessels.
White Light vs. RDI
RDI (Red Dichromatic Imaging) is designed to enhance the visibility of deep blood vessels and bleeding sources.
Insertion Tube Rotation Function
Repetitive and prolonged gestures can result in musculoskeletal complaints or even work-related injuries. To avoid such ergonomic burden as far as feasible, we have equipped our bronchoscopes with an insertion tube rotation function – the improvement of ergonomic scores.
A Unified Platform with Broad Compatibility
One box fits all: EVIS X1 combines advanced knowledge, experience and innovation into one endoscopic system, ideal to support respiratory endoscopy including medical thoracoscopy and gastrointestinal endoscopy.
Additional Features and Technologies
Organic Deep Dive
With an outer diameter of only 4.9 mm, our flagship scope can access smaller bronchi, thus expanding the native HDTV vision during bronchoscopy.
High Imaging Performance
Getting the most out of every image by combining innovative technologies: WL, NBI, RDI, BAI-MAC and TXI. Autofluorescence imaging (AFI) can be added in conjunction with CV-290 and BF-F260.
Designed for Therapy
The new flagship therapeutic bronchoscope EVIS X1 offers a large 3 mm working channel for fast suction and smoke evacuation and native HDTV image quality. Combined with a broad portfolio of EndoTherapy devices, this series aims to improve therapeutic performance.
Considering Safety First
RDI acts as confirmation tool for the physician prior to sampling. RDI enhances the visibility of deep blood vessels and thereby aims to reduce the risk of bleeding.
The EVIS X1 system and its range of bronchoscopes are the ideal tools to face even challenging bronchoscopies. The bronchoscopes’ remote functions as well as the configuration of the system functions easily adjust to the examiner’s needs, leading to improved workflows.