Zeiss offers easier laparoscopy
This article was originally published in Clinica
Carl Zeiss (Germany) has launched a video laparoscope which produces upright images in any viewing direction. The EndoLive 30degrees scope uses a single transfer system through which two cameras focus at different angles. Images produced by the cameras are shown alternately at 100/120 Hz and fed through infrared- controlled shutter spectacles. The angled scope also allows unobstructed vision around obstacles, says Zeiss.
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