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Optimised Solution for Early Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer

HD NBI Videocystoscopy Is Setting the New Standard in Bladder Cancer Diagnosis and Follow-Up

Olympus offers the optimised solution for outpatient departments.

  • The outpatient imaging platform CV-170 allows cost-effective access to the power of HD and NBI in endoscopic diagnosis in urology
  • High-resolution HDTV images deliver sharp and clear details, improving observation capabilities when examining mucosal structures and additional vessel patterns
  • The revolutionary CYF-VH Videocystoscope provides a HD image, offering NBI for better detection and improved patient comfort

NBI Is Proven for Better Clinical Outcomes

Flexible cystoscopy either for early diagnosis or follow-up procedures can be performed using NBI in an outpatient setting. It is clinically proven that NBI diagnoses more bladder cancer compared to WLI. Explore procedure videos showing the clinical advantages NBI can offer in flexible cystoscopy. No matter whether you perform initial diagnosis or follow-up cystoscopies, NBI allows you to enhance the contrast and achieve a new perspective with additional details not visible before.

NBI and PLASMA for Bladder Cancer Management

The Combination of NBI and PLASMA Optimises the Outcome of NMIBC Treatment

When NBI and PLASMA are used during TUR-BT, diagnosis and therapy of NMIBC can be performed simultaneously. The combination of the two technologies – NBI and PLASMA – during TUR-BT leads to an optimal clinical outcome. With NBI, lesion limits can be better visualised. This allows precise marking in the first step as well as even complete resection of the bladder tumour using the PLASMA technology. Surgeons can choose from a wide variety of PLASMA electrodes that are procedure-specific for conventional as well as en bloc resection.

Improve Your Clinical Outcomes in NMIBC Management

Increase your detection rate and optimise your treatment of NMIBC using Olympus NBI and PLASMA technology. Send us a request and an Olympus representative will contact you.

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