THC presents you Olympus endoscopy equipments, the market leader of endoscopy in the world. Olympus was the first developer of gastrocameras in 1949 and has since been pioneering many endoscopy technologies and features including the NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) that helps with early cancer detection.
Ranging from gastroscopy, colonoscopy, and bronchoscopy, THC is ready to fulfill your endoscopy needs for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. We ensure that you have the latest and the most complete solutions for your endoscopy needs.
THC is also commited to serve you with the best after-sales services, and we are preparing the Service Center for Olympus medical equipments in Indonesia. This center will be the first service facility that can perform major repair on endoscopy equipments in Indonesia, significantly reducing repair time.
The EU-ME2 and EU-ME2 Premier Plus provide outstanding image quality, comparable to a large radiology processor, in a compact model. They were designed to meet the needs of physicians performing a wide range of EUS and EBUS procedures. New and enhanced features improve visualization and assist in diagnostic, therapeutic and interventional procedures for cancers and diseases of the GI track and surrounding organs, such as the pancreas, bile duct, liver, spleen and gallbladder, as well as cancers and diseases in the airways.
Expanding the potential of EUS, this breakthrough system combines exceptional scope capability and maneuverability with superb ultrasound image quality and advanced ultrasound functionality, enabling confirmation of blood flow conditions for easier orientation in the pancreatobiliary region and providing improved ultrasound image quality for enhanced diagnostic capability.
The GF-UCT180 features a newly developed curved linear array transducer that delivers higher-quality ultrasound images with greater resolution and imaging depth in B-mode. The GF-UCT180 offers you the power and flexibility you need for everything from straightforward tissue sampling to sophisticated EUS-guided treatment. A redesigned forceps elevator gives you more reliable control over devices passed through the 3.7 mm diameter instrument channel, while the slim 12.6 mm diameter insertion tube ensures smooth insertion. Narrow Band Imaging™ (NBI) is also available with this ultrasound gastrovideoscope. Other features include a high-resolution CCD for sharp video images and a detachable ultrasound cable that facilitates easier handling, reprocessing and storage, as well as ensuring system compatibility.