EU-ME2 Endoscopic Ultrasound Processor
The EU-ME2 is a high-quality compact ultrasound processor for use with OLYMPUS endoscopic and endobronchial ultrasound equipment that has been designed for integration with conventional endoscopy on a single workstation.
Excellent Ultrasound Imaging
Superb B-Mode image in combination with improved basic functions like THE ensure excellent ultrasound imaging.
Latest EUS Technology
Advanced functions such as H-FLOW, Contrast Harmonic Echo (CH-EUS) and Elastography offer greater possibilities in endosonography.
Specific to Endosonography
Evis-ready, compact, and compatible with virtually all available OLYMPUS ultrasound endoscopes and miniature probes, the EU-ME2 is designed to optimise your workflow.
B-mode image quality has been substantially improved, making it possible to support more efficient localization of tumors and more accurate identification of tissue properties and boundaries. Clearer image delineation helps enable more precise direction for puncturing and aspiration during EUS-FNA and may make it easier to develop effective therapeutic practices.
Tissue Harmonic Echo (THE)
When ultrasound waves are propagated through tissue, distortion occurs and higher harmonic components are generated. The THE mode uses these components to build an image of the targeted area. Potential advantages of harmonic imaging include improved resolution, improved signal-to-noise ratio, and reduced artifacts.
Contrast Harmonic EUS (CH-EUS)
Using technology designed to depict higher harmonics, the CH-EUS mode is expected to help realize enhanced sensitivity to tumors and other abnormal growths.
An advanced form of ultrasound, elastography displays the relative stiffness of tissues by taking advantage of the deformation caused by the compression or vibrations generated by the heartbeat or vascular pulsations.
Especially useful for imaging small vessels around the tip of the endoscope, the H-FLOW (High Resolution Flow) mode can help facilitate more precise maneuvering during EUS-FNA/EBUS-TBNA by making it potentially less difficult to avoid vessels.
Designed specifically for EUS and endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional applications.