[Dr.Camscope 3D]

3D Laparoscopy system

features

  • Crystal clear image (FULL-HD, 1920 X1080)(60P)

  • 3 Chip CCD adopted for natural color and deep depth perception

  • Short learning curve

  • High quality Scope (0°, 30°)

  • User friendly GUI

Characteristics

1920×1080P@60Hz High-Definition Image

Depth perception by 3D stereoscopic image

Allows more accurate and precise operation

main unit

Convergence Control

With a basic working distance of 5cm, working distance is possible to be adjusted from 3cm as close range to 10cm as long range, allowing effective surgery for both close range and far

Binocular Disparity Control

Human eyes see objects with binocular disparity. In the same way, two cameras are used to display 3D image

Adjustment jig is provided to easily adjust the Binocular Disparity after scope replacement. Adjustment can be set with simple touch screen on the Binocular Disparity Control menu

White Balance Function

Automatically adjust the white balane of the camera image

Rotate Function

Depending on the operation environment, the image can be rotated 180 degrees

Interfaces 4 HDMI Output

Total 4 HMDI interfaces installed, 3 HDMI-out for 3D image and 1 HDMI-out for 2D image

scope unit (true eye)

Scope integrated with LED light

Light cables are very simple because scope's light source integrates with camera cables.

High resolution 1920 X 1080P@60Hz 3Chip CCD camera is used to express vivid and rich color and implement clear and accurate image

 High Resolution Rod Lens Design 

By employing an independently developed Rod Lens, high-resolution 3D laparoscopy is implemented

SCOPE TYPE

light source (solebeam)

LED Light Source

6,500。K color temperature to reduce eye fatigue

Light intensity of over 47,000LUX for easy visibility during surgery

applications

General Surgery

Appendectomy

Gastrectomy

Cholecystectomy

Hepatectomy

Colectomy

Pancreatectomy

Splenectomy

Adrenalectomy

Rectal surgery

Bariatric surgery   

Gastric bypass 

Small bowel resection 

Common bile resection  

Common bile duct surgery   

Obstetrics and gynecology

Hysterectomy 

Myomectomy 

Salpingo-Oophorectomy 

Ovarian cystectomy

Hysterectomy 

Pelvic lymph node dissection(PLND)

 

Urology

Nephrectomy (Total or partial )

Pelvic reconstruction

Renal cystectomy

Prostate tumor

hepatectomy
colorectal cancer
hysterectomy
gastrectomy
cholecystectomy
pancreatic cancer

Why 3D?

We think it is certain that 3D is better than 2D but it is very difficult to convince people. 

In fact, it's best to see the the difference between 2D and 3D in real life however, that is not an easy option. So, we chose to provide 3D VR videos to give the hint of our 3D technology. Nontheless, current VR devices cannot portrait our 3D technology.

Therefore, we decided to upload some journals and thesis that might help.

Clinical report  for 3D Laparoscope for magazine (Dr Kim)

The Clinical Report Of

Laparoscopic Gastrectomy with

Sometech 3D Laparoscopy System

3D vs. 2D imaging in laparoscopic surgery—an advantage? Results of standardized black box training in laparoscopic surgery

Three-dimensional (3D) simulation versus two-dimensional (2D) enhances surgical skills acquisition in standardized laparoscopic tasks: A before and after study

Comparative evaluation of HD 2D/3D laparoscopic monitors and bench marking to a theoretically ideal 3D pseudo display: even well-experienced laparoscopists perform better with 3D

Doctors' comment

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