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Introduction to a Carbon Dioxide Gas Supply Device for Endo Cam

29 January 2024

The JSQB-P1 Carbon Dioxide Gas Supply Device for Endo Cam (referred to as the Supply Device) is a medical device developed by Chongqing Jinshan Technology (Group) Co., Ltd. for providing auxiliary gas control during endoscopic surgery. It has functions such as precise flow control, timing, flow level selection, and pressure limit alarm.


Product Features of the Carbon Dioxide Gas Supply Device for Endo Cam


Industry-leading technological configuration


Intelligent cutting-edge technology: Intelligent adjustment of gas flow, precise real-time pressure monitoring.


Humanized product design: Numerical display of flow rate, clear at a glance.


Accurate flow control: Two flow levels are available, and the flow rate is monitored in real-time, meeting the operating habits of doctors.


Comfortable product design: Output gas is preheated at a constant temperature, effectively reducing the discomfort of patients during surgery.


Smart and reliable protection

Real-time pressure monitoring: Airway status is controlled at any time, and the flow rate is dynamically adjusted according to changes in pressure.


Pressure warning function: Input and output pressure alarms are provided. When the external pressure is too high or too low, the system automatically alarms and shuts down.


Pressure relief and filtering function: It has two-stage pressure relief and impurity filtering functions, ensuring safe and reliable device operation.


Simple and convenient operation experience


Output timing: The output time can be controlled by timing, reducing the workload of doctors and avoiding clinical miss operations.


Seamless compatibility: It can be used on mainstream endo cam hosts, with simple installation by replacing the adapter interface.

Clinical Significance of the Carbon Dioxide Gas Supply Device for Endo Cam


The Carbon Dioxide Gas Supply Device for Endo Cam will become a necessary product for regular digestive endoscopic procedures.


It reduces the incidence of adverse reactions after surgery, effectively avoiding postoperative discomfort and abdominal pain caused by gas accumulation in the intestinal cavity due to prolonged use of air as a gas source.


This device can prevent and alleviate the accumulation of air in the mediastinum, disturbance of circulation, and even ventricular arrhythmia and cardiac arrest caused by complications such as perforation during endoscopic diagnosis and treatment.


It avoids and reduces tissue burns caused by endoscopic electrosurgery, which facilitates postoperative recovery.