SALIVASCOPE
Modular Micro Endoskopy System for Salivary Glands, TMJ and small Joints
Description

The modular approach of Polydiagnost endoscopes provides a toolbox enabling users to customize their system by simply selecting the modules specific to their needs.

By the use of one PolyShaft, a sterile working and irrigation channel, per application the risk inherent in reprocessing this critical section of endoscopes is neutralized. The valuable optics are reusable, free of any lumen and easy to sterilize. The switch between the PolyShafts from diagnosis to therapy and vice versa requires only seconds. The toolbox also includes miniaturized instruments allowing interventions which are unique in the medical world.

The Micro Endoscopy System follows holistic thinking in its portfolio, all modules are included from which you may select your individual kit. Subsequent additions and extensions are possible at any time.

INDICATION 

 

In the head-neck area the SalivaScope micro endoscopy system allows diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in the salivary glands, the temporomadibular joint (TMJ arthrocentesis) as well as in plastic surgery.

Components
SalivaScope Basic System

The basic system consists of a 6'000 or a 10’000 pixel optic, a matching ocular, a handpiece, optic shifter, 3-joint arm and a light connection cable. Together with the corresponding disposable materials, the system can be operated diagnostically and is ready for therapeutic use, such as with dilatation balloons, saliva stents, foreceps or a corresponding diode laser.

PolyShaft

The PolyShaft are sterile packaged disposable cannula, which are used together with the basic system. Depending of the indication there are 50 mm or 90 mm PolyShafts in diameters between 0,75 and 2 mm available.

Accessories

Dilatation balloons, saliva stents, various graspers or forceps, etc. are only some of the possible therapy devices which are used in the SalivaScope parallel to the optics and thus allow working under sight.

Panel-PC 21,5 “ Inkl

The components of the XION Panel PC have been developed for image data- acquisition and -presentation of fiber endoscopes and can also be used in confined spaces due to their compact design.

Fanless, the system enables noise-free operation as a stand-alone solution or in expansion of existing installations.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
May 2012
Stirnhöhlenrevision nach Transkutaner endoskopischer Punktion und Diaphanoskopie / Endoscopic Frontal Sinus Revision Following Transcutaneous Endoscopic Puncture and Diaphanoscopy
Al Kadah B., Bumm K., Schick B: Die endonasale Stirnhöhlenrevision nach Transkutaner endoskopischer Punktion und Diaphanoskopie / Endoscopic Frontal Sinus Revision Following Transcutaneous Endoscopic Puncture and Diaphanoscopy. Laringo-Rhino-Otologie 2012; 91, Page 301 -305.
April 2011
A Review of Techniques of Lysis and Lavage oft he TMJ
Tozoglu Sinan, Al-Belasy Fouad, Doleick Franklin: A Review of Techniques of Lysis and Lavage oft he TMJ. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2011, Volume 49, 4, Page 3012 - 309.
February 2011
Endoscopic Treatment of Salivary Glands Affected by Autoimmune Diseases
Shacham Rachel, Puterman Max, Ohana Nili, Nahlieli Oded: Endoscopic Treatment of Salivary Glands Affected by Autoimmune Diseases. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2011; Volume 69, 2, Page 476 - 481.
July 2008
Endoscopic Surgery of the Salivary Glands. A Versatile, Multi-Disciplinary Surgical Technique
Nahlieli Oded: Endoscopic Surgery of the Salivary Glands. A Versatile, Multi-Disciplinary Surgical Technique. Sialo Technology.
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