Flexible and Rigid Endoscope Repair
Many medical professionals utilize flexible and rigid endoscopes as a part of their essential surgery toolkit, whether for a rhinoscopy, cystoscopy, laparoscopy, or other procedure. When managing flexible and rigid endoscope repair and maintenance, they must always be in top quality condition and meet federally mandated requirements.
Whether you are a small facility or a massive hospital, the management of such tools should always be a high priority. To do this, it is imperative to recognize warning signs, employ regular maintenance, and get repairs completed immediately by a trusted company.
Flexible and Rigid Endoscope Repair Needs
As with any medical device, flexible and rigid endoscopes primarily need repair due to normal wear and tear. Any tool used enough will eventually fail. The most common damage consists of cables that need replacement or torn rubber tips.
Damage rarely occurs in the control handle or stack system, but it is possible. An indicator of this may be a dent in the metal or a malfunction in the internal systems. Fluid invasion rarely happens too, but it usually requires an entire rebuild when it does. We highly recommend getting all the systems regularly maintenanced, according to federal regulations, to ensure that your systems aren’t suffering from a mini problem that could transform into an expensive concern.
Flexible and Rigid Endoscope Repair OEMs
CSAT Medical offers several device OEMs, including Olympus, Stryker, and Storz. Our deep understanding of flexible and rigid endoscope repair across the industry-leading brands allows us to precisely manage the repair process to ensure full functionality and enable our clients to provide the highest level of care. You can learn more about our flexible and rigid endoscope repairs HERE.
What CSAT Offers You?
CSAT Medical offers top-of-the-line, innovative solutions to your medical device repair needs. Our experienced team of technicians goes above and beyond to quickly and efficiently diagnose the issue and perform a repair. To learn more about our services, please contact us today.