Competence Through Experience

As the world leader in endoscopy, OLYMPUS provides cutting-edge medical technology to healthcare professionals around the globe. In 1950 we started our commitment to research and development with the first gastrocamera, the precursor of the modern videogastroscope. Our collaborative efforts with the medical community improve both the underlying technologies and the quality of patient care. The experience through approximately 800,000 colonoscopies in Australia and New Zealand per annum using Olympus endoscopes and our focus on clinically proven facts make us the top partner for your endoscopy department.

The Complete Solution for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

EVIS EXERA III endoscopy system is setting new standards for technologies focusing on:

  • Advancing visualisation
  • Advancing control
  • Advancing workflow

The EVIS EXERA III endoscopy system is a leap forward in ease-of-use functionality and state-of-the-art technologies. The result is a system that helps physicians conduct procedures efficiently and helps GI staff members perform setup and reprocessing tasks with ease.

Your Benefits:
Improved Clinical Quality and Cost-Effectiveness

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A Platform Dedicated to Clinical Outcomes

Olympus focuses on technologies and solutions that improve endoscopy today. Numerous studies have proven the benefits of EVIS EXERA III. Find out more or download an overview of your clinical and economic benefits.

EVIS EXERA III – itʼs proven.

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Reasons to Choose EVIS EXERA III

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Economic Benefits of EVIS EXERA III:

  • NBI and Dual Focus allow for targeted biopsies to potentially reduce histopathology costs
  • RIT and ScopeGuide reduce time to caecum in colonoscopy
  • Less need for sedation saves costs and allows quicker patient recovery

Clinical Value of EVIS EXERA III

Clinical Benefits of EVIS EXERA III:

  • NBI improves detection of adenomas and eases monitoring of ADR
  • Dual Focus and NBI allow optical diagnosis with high confidence
  • RIT and ScopeGuide ease scope insertion and reduce patient pain

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Market-Leading Key Technologies of EVIS EXERA III

A New Wave of Diagnostic Possibilities

How it Works

Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) is an optical image enhancement technology. It is made up of filtered light that matches the absorption spectrum of the haemoglobin in the blood, enhancing the contrast and visualisation of vessel patterns in the mucosa, for accurate diagnosis of tissue changes.

A New Level of Visualisation

How it Works
Dual Focus is a two-stage optical lens technology from Olympus that allows physicians to switch from normal to near focus mode with the push of a button, bringing a new level of visualisation in an easy-to-use package.

The Result
More confidence in optical diagnosis.

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Enhanced Procedural Efficiency

How it Works
Responsive Insertion Technology (RIT) is a unique combination of three proprietary Olympus technologies that lead to faster and easier navigation:

  • Passive Bending (PB) helps EVIS EXERA III colonoscopes move through acute bends in the colon
  • High Force Transmission (HFT) provides improved operator control for pushing, pulling, and twisting manoeuvres
  • Variable Stiffness (VS) allows the flexibility of Olympus colonoscopes to be adjusted incrementally

The Result
Shorter intubation time and less patient discomfort.

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Navigated Colonoscopy

How it Works
ScopeGuide is an integrated technology for colonoscopy that provides real-time 3D visualisation of scope position and configuration. This new level of visualisation is a helpful tool during colon insertion and provides physicians with the ability to recognise and resolve loops as they form.

The Result
Higher cecal intubation rate and less patient discomfort.

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