New technology for improving endoscopic procedures

Bonvisi manufacture and distribute a recently developed endoscopic pump system that considerably improves surgical procedure conditions. The key benefits are increased visibility during the procedure, reduced per- and post-operative bleeding and shorter operation times. This results in more cost-efficient and safer endoscopic procedures.

Together with the new pump, Bonvisi manufacture and distribute a range of products for endoscopic surgery fluid management.

Opportunity for research and production partners

The fluid management system is based on innovative technology owned by Bonvisi and developed in cooperation with end-users, ensuring user-friendly, safe technology and products. This technology is protected with patent applications and registrations.

We are open for collaboration with clinical partners to further develop our system. We welcome research partners and well-established scientific partners within endoscopic urology surgery and development. The aim is to further improve results and increase the reach of this technology within the field of endoscopic urology surgery.

  • By improving visibility during surgery, TUR procedures can today be performed faster and with higher level of safety.
  • The ENDO P® reduces bleeding, so per- and postoperative recovery from surgery can be quicker, without negative circulatory effects.
  • The novel BALANCED VIEW™ technology utilized by ENDO P® enables reduction of per-operative intravascular fluid uptake. This reduces the risk of TUR-Syndrome.

Product

The ENDO P® is a novel mechanical fluid management system developed for supporting the surgeon during urological endoscopic procedures.

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Safe endoscopic
procedures

Cost-efficient

ENDO P® controls fluid pressure dynamically, based on the patient’s individual situation. This reduces per- and post-operative complications and potentially improves safety and surgical results.

ENDO P® controls fluid pressure dynamically, based on the patient’s individual situation. This reduces per- and post-operative complications and potentially improves safety and surgical results.

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