Browse our Endoscope selection.
Veterinary endoscopes need to optimize minimally invasive procedures and the patient’s comfort. Whether rigid or flexible, they are necessary for both laparoscopies and endoscopies.
Conducting an endoscopy requires hours of training and the right equipment. Our selection of endoscopic equipment can pair you with the correct tubing that can also help you to examine different organs and make accurate diagnoses.
Veterinary Endoscopic Equipment
Our endoscopy equipment is organized by product series and listed for their different specialties. The right endoscope will suit your clinic’s pet, livestock, or exotics procedures.
We currently stock the EC series for endoscopes. With each model, you get a 120-degree rotation and 180-degree rotation for the animals. A lithium battery allows individual endoscopes to work continuously for four hours.
Also known as the bronchoscope, a medical technician can use the EC-140H portable veterinary endoscope for small animals and equines. We recommend it for canine and feline care primarily. The EC-140K uses the D-1221 image processor with 720P.
Limit your applications to equines primarily, especially with the specifications. We recommend using the EC_150H endoscope, also called the laryngoscope, for large animals. See what you can do with the D-1211 10-inch Touch Screen with the portable endoscope.
Also known as the bronchoscope, the EC-140H Portable Veterinary Endoscope can handle a wide variety of patients. They are best for small animals, equines, and canines. It also uses the D-1211 with a DPI of 720. Consider this endoscope if you are working in rural areas and with a larger patient body.
Flexible And Rigid Endoscope Selections
When do you choose a rigid endoscope or a flexible one? The procedure will determine the necessity and which organs need an examination. Gastrointestinal endoscopy, for example, has different requirements compared to laparoscopic surgery, which is exploratory in nature.
We have mainly flexible endoscopes, but there are reasons for rigid models. A rigid endoscope, also called a telescope, uses glass lenses and lights to examine non-tubular structures within the body. These include any body cavities or space.
Another criterion is budget. How important are video recordings relative to the costs of a procedure? In the case that an endoscope wears out over time, would you rather pay more for the short term or the long term?
Videoscopes cost more than fiberscopes owing to the upgraded durability and incorporated lenses. Fiberscopes need separate video cameras and eyepieces attached. While these are more portable and cost less, they are also more likely to break down over time owing to the fiber design.
Reduce Time For Diagnosis And Treatment With National Veterinary Equipment
National Veterinary Equipment has all the tools needed to perform large or small animal endoscopy. We also have light sources and other equipment that can supplement your clinic, allowing you to perform more procedures.
Please reach out to our team to find better ways to diagnose animal patients with minimally invasive procedures. National Veterinary Equipment wants to become your top expert supplier in handling your subsequent laparoscopic surgery.