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Buy Spares, Repair or service Olympus Endoscope and Pentax endoscope

Find repair and maintenance services @PrimedeQ at best prices including Lens replacement, Air-water channel repair, Angulation adjustment, A-Rubber replacement, Air/Water nozzle unclog and/or replacement, Air/water channel replacement, Variable stiffness adjustment, Angle drive rebuild, Control button replacement, Light guide tube/universal cord replacement, Biopsy channel replacement, Suction channel replacement, Suction cylinder / A/E cylinder unit replacement, Minor & Major fluid invasion repair

We will undertake repair of following Olympus models:

Colonoscopes:  CF-H180 AI, CF-H180 AL, CF-Q160I,  CF-Q160L,  CF-Q160AI,  CF-Q160AL, CF-Q180AI, CF-Q180AL   
Gastroscopes: GIF-160, GIF-180, GIF-H180, GIF-Q160, GIF-Q180
Paediatric Colonoscopes: PCF-140I, PCF-140L, PCF-160AI, PCF-160AL, PCF-Q180AL, PCF-Q180AI
Duodenoscope: TJF - 160VR, TJF - Q180V

Flexible endoscopes are expensive and very fragile. Endoscopes need good care and proper handling is not only important, it is actually critical. The light fiber optic cables are fragile and easily breakable. The endoscope must never be folded in sharp curves/ angles. They should be coiled into gentle curves, rather than folding in acute angles. Endoscopes must never be dropped they will break. If cart-wheels roll over it or any patient happens to bite down on the endoscope, the fragile fiber optic cables will be damaged. After each use, the scopes must be washed-off any bio-medical contamination and suction water used in the endoscope must be clean without any sediments or particulate matter that may obstruct the flow. Blood, mucus, stool, or any other foreign matter must never be allowed to dry on the endoscope or in the channels or valves. The manufacturer’s instructions must be carefully followed for sterilization to avoid potentially severe damage to the endoscope. Scopes should be regularly checked for rough edges, sharp nozzles, and cracking/deteriorating glue as all of the above can pose a significant risk to patient safety.

The following blog gives the following details related to endoscope repair:

  • some of the common problems observed related to endoscope use
  • important points to be taken care of with respect to Endoscopes handling and care,
  • damages that may be arise,
  • cause of damage or problems
  • repair that can be done.
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