Endoscopic System

Endoscopy means looking inside and typically refers to looking inside the body for medical reasons using an endoscope, an instrument used to examine the interior of a hollow organ or cavity of the body. Unlike most other medical imaging devices, endoscopes are inserted directly into the organ. There are many different types of endoscope, and depending on the site in the body and the type of procedure, endoscopy may be performed by a doctor or a surgeon, and the patient may be fully conscious or under general anaesthetic. Endoscope can also refer to using a borescope in technical situations where direct line of-sight observation is not feasible.

chammed

ENT Treatment Units

ENT Treatment Chairs

Inhalation Therapy

VISUALIZATION

ENT Microscope

Audiometric Booth

Surgery


endosoft

Endoscopy Information System

EndoSoft® office applications are specialty specific and ONC-ATCB Meaningful Use Certified. From consent to discharge, EndoSoft offers procedure documentation, workflow management, drummond_logo_ambulatoryreporting, image and video capture and management. Endosoft also offers fully integrated modules for nursing, pathology, anesthesiology, scheduling, practice management, inventory management and database query tools for reporting (GIQuIC). With EndoSoft, your administrative, business, clinical data and image management systems are fully integrated; giving you increased efficiency, cost savings and enhanced quality of care.

EndoSoft Procedure Documentation software is a specialty specific, fully customizable report, image, HD video and database management application.  With EndoSoft healthcare providers can accurately document each visit of a patient from consent to discharge.

Gastroenterology

Pulmonology

Pain Management

Urology

General Surgery

Cardiology

Orthopaedics

Pathology

OB/GYN

ENR