Karl Storz endoscope
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Karl Storz endoscope

Ref: ENDO-KSTOR01

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The use of an endoscope during equine dental exams, cleaning, floating, or extracting teeth and other procedures improves visualization and accuracy.

They are used more and more in equine dentistry since they have many advantages for the practitioner as for the client.

€2,500.00 tax incl.
€2,500.00 Tax excl.
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The use of an endoscope during equine dental exams, cleaning, floating, or extracting teeth and other procedures improves visualization and accuracy.

They are used more and more in equine dentistry since they have many advantages for the practitioner as for the client.

  • diagnosis are clear and precise, this allows better management of pathologies,
  • the saving of images in customer files makes it possible to see the evolution following,
  • the image is evocative for the client and allows you to clearly explain the visible pathologies.

The Karl Storz endoscope, conceived for intraoral applications, has a length of 44 cm and a viewing angle of 70°. The Karl Storz intraoral endoscope is ergonomic and provides excellent views of otherwise hard to view areas of the patient's oral cavity. A rotatable light connector (340°) and irrigation connector (360°) on the irrigation sheath provides easier handling and manipulation of the scope during examinations and procedures.  The endoscope is completely soakable, making the cleaning process easier, while eliminating any concern of damaging the scope with water intrusion.

  • robust construction protects telescope from damage,
  • scope diameter : 8mm,
  • length : 440mm,
  • viewing angle 70°,
  • opening angle 90°,
  • 340° rotatable light connector,
  • waterproof.

 

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The protective sheath allows you, not only to protect the endoscope, but also to rinse the lens, thanks to the irrigation valve.

The irrigation sheath facilitates the use of fluids during examinations for faster cleaning of the interdental spaces.

The use of the protective sheath is strongly recommended.