nasopharyngoscope

na·so·pha·ryn·go·scope

(nā'zō-fă-ring'gō-skōp),
Telescopic instrument, electrically lighted, for examination of the nasal passages and the nasopharynx.

nasopharyngoscope

(nā″zō-fă-rĭn′jō-skōp)
Device used to visualize the nasal passage and pharynx.
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its new ENT- 3000, a Portable Flexible Nasopharyngoscope with BLS-1000, a Battery-Powered LED (Light Emitting Diode) Light Source, to the Ear-Nose-Throat ("ENT") Market.
Our goal is to provide a complete turnkey product including our portable flexible nasopharyngoscope, proprietary camera software, clinical training, and warrantee and support.
The Slide-On EndoSheath has an optically clear window that fits securely over the ENT scope tip, and models are available to fit ENT endoscopes from all major manufacturers, including the new Vision-Sciences ENT-2000 flexible nasopharyngoscope, as well as models from Pentax and Olympus.
We believe the use of a sterile sheath on a nasopharyngoscope, combined with enzymatic detergent cleaning and disinfection with 70 percent alcohol, can provide a reliably decontaminated, patient-ready instrument, providing an acceptable alternative to high-level disinfection of endoscopes.
On DOL 61, the patient was returned to the operating room for routine airway evaluation, and the atretic plate was reexamined with a 120[degrees] nasopharyngoscope.
The highly portable LED endoscope light source component is rated excellent for rod lens and flexible nasopharyngoscope illumination.
Next, the left frontal sinus was brightly illuminated with the flexible nasopharyngoscope at the level of the nasofrontal duct (figure 2).
The best method of examining the larynx during all stages of the workup is to use a flexible fiberoptic nasopharyngoscope with suction capability.
Optim Incorporated announces the easy-to-use FreedomView[TM] flexible nasopharyngoscope.
Approximately 3 to 4 mm is required for a nasopharyngoscope and slightly more than 5 mm for a transnasal esophagoscope.
Like the adult models, the MAHE Pediatric Nasopharyngoscope has a 300-mm working length, but its diameter is only 2.
This view can be documented with a transoral retrograde telescope, such as the Nagashima SFN (110[degrees]) nasopharyngoscope and the Karl Storz 8700D (90[degrees]) and 8700E (120[degrees]) telescopes.