Thursday, January 28, 2016

Endoscopy in Cats and Dogs

Are you concerned if your furry friend needs to go for some endoscopic procedure? 

Don't be!

Our friends over at VCA Animal Hospitals have
 put together these two articles about 
to explain what exactly is to be expected.  

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Laparoscopy Procedure

Sales manager Rich instructing
 in a Laparoscopy Procedure.

Broken Scope?

Dealing with a broken or damaged scope? 
No need to worry- our ESS Service Department can help!

Getting help is as easy as 1-2-3!

1- Send It:
Ship your instrument to ESS using the ESS
 "Speed-Up" Repair form to describe your problem. 

2- Inspect It:
Our technicians will thoroughly inspect your instrument & fax you a repair quote with what needs to be repaired. Just sign & fax back the form to get it repaired. 

3-Ship It:
After it has been repaired, ESS will ship your instrument back to you with Federal Express. 

Contact our Service Department today to see how they can help you!

Monday, January 25, 2016

Helpful Hints and Information: Part 1-Helpful Hints and Most Common Damage.

Helpful Hints

1- Always wear gloves when handling/reprocessing scopes.

2- Leak test after every procedure. This is the single most important preventative measure in avoiding fluid invasion, which causes 8-% of all image problems and costly repairs.
You can refer here to our previous post about the importance of Leak Testing.

3- Rinse off solutions well. Solution build-up can cause external damage. 

Most Common Damage

1- Angle Section:
 Pinholes, cuts, tears.

2- Insertion Tube:
Pinches & stretching. 

3- Fluid Invasion:
Internal corrosion as well as breakdown
of epoxies and sealants.

If you find you have any damage to your 
equipment, don't hesitate to 
contact the ESS Service Department!