By Danielle Kirsch
Endoluxe recently launched its high-definition, wireless endoscopic camera with TowerTech.
The Manhattan Beach, California-based company designed the Endoluxe eVS for all endoscopic procedures that use industry-standard rigid and flexible analog scopes. Its handheld Orb replaces legacy endoscopic towers for urology, gynecology, ENT, general surgery and orthopedics.
Endoluxe’s TowerTech has all the necessary visualization features built into the camera head. According to the company, typical legacy endoscopic platforms have multiple components including a wheeled base tower, camera head, camera processor, light source, bulky light cable, recorder, monitor and hazard-prone cables from the camera to the monitor.
“Our goal in inventing the Endoluxe eVS was to eliminate the costly, complicated, and antiquated pieces of legacy endoscopy video platforms,” Neal Patel, Endoluxe cofounder and chief innovation officer, said in a news release. “We designed a platform that accommodates technological innovations that enhance procedure adoption, patient safety, and clinical outcomes.”