endotherapy

endotherapy

(en″dō-ther′ă-pē) [ endo(scope) + therapy]
Any treatment, e.g., sclerotherapy, esophageal varix banding, or radiofrequency ablation, that can be performed with an endoscope.
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Offers Excellent Visualization During Gastrointestinal Stricture Treatment, Completes Core Portfolio of EndoTherapy Devices
The aim of endoscopy is to establish the cause of bleeding and, using endotherapy, control the bleeding or reduce the likelihood of further bleeding.
Medical co-morbidity was the cause of death in over half of deaths in patients with bleeding peptic ulcers who underwent successful primary endotherapy.
The company's range of products comprises endoscopes and systems solutions for wide-ranging applications in internal medicine and surgery, endoscopic video systems, reprocessing systems and a broad selection of endotherapy products.
This new endotherapy technique has already proven to be effective in the treatment of superficial gastrointestinal cancers without requiring open surgery.
Business Area: digital SLR cameras, compact digital camera, film cameras, gastrointestinal endoscopes, endotherapy accessories, ultrasound endoscopes and accessories, biological microscopes, clinical analyzers, genome analysis system, information processing equipment, industrial endoscopes, industrial microscopes etc.
The division is a leading manufacturer of gastrointestinal endoscopes, surgical endoscopes, endotherapy devices, endoscopic ultrasound systems and related products.
Surgical and endotherapy revenue suffered the same fate as its sister product category, rising 11.
Prior to that, he held positions of increasing responsibility at Olympus, including vice president / business unit leader and executive director of marketing, both in the endotherapy division.
Olympus Corporation, whose Medical Systems division is a leading manufacturer of gastro-intestinal and surgical endoscopes, endotherapy devices, endoscopic ultrasound systems and related products, owned 2.
Starpoli, associate director of esophageal endotherapy at Lenox Hill Hospital.
He previously held positions as national sales manager for EndoTherapy, selling endoscopic devices in the U.

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