PRS repairs echo-endoscopic probes.
Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), also known as endoscopic ultrasound or echo-endoscopy, is a medical procedure that uses an ultrasound source at the end of an endoscope connected to an ultrasound machine. This produces images of the internal organsof the chest and abdomen. It can be used to visualise the walls of these organs or to examine adjacent structures. The flow of surrounding blood vessels can also be analysed by activating the Doppler.
Endoscopic ultrasound is most often applied to the upper digestive tract and the respiratory system. The examination is performed by gastroenterologists or pulmonologists who have had appropriate training. There are similarities with endoscopy and ultrasound-guided biopsy can be performed.
Types of repairs
Example of the models of echo-endoscopic probes that we repair:
Olympus model :
Pentax model :
- EG3670 URK
- EG3870 UTK
- EB1970 TK
- EB1970 UK