Omega e-view Installed at New York- Presbyterian

The New York- Presbyterian Hospital joins a growing list of hospitals advancing their therapeutic endoscopy programs with Omega e-view fluoroscopy systems. Leading the program’s efforts are Dr. David Lee MD and Dr. Peter Santogade MD backed by a highly skilled team that represents the Division of Gastroenterology at The New York Presbyterian – Allen Hospital.  The renowned group of physicians perform a number of complex therapeutic endoscopic procedures such as, ERCP, upper endoscopy, and video capsule endoscopy.

Chosen for its unique, ground up design, the Omega e-view is the only system in the world designed, engineered, and built for image guided endoscopic and GI procedures. The e-view is the gold standard for ERCP fluoro systems and offers exclusive features including;

  • Unique lead shielding above and below the table protects staff from harmful scatter radiation.
  • Fully motorized C-arm and table, for enhanced image quality and duct drainage
  • 800 lbs. capacity extra wide table to accommodate larger patients
  • C-arm swings 360° providing full access to the patient

Omega Medical Imaging is dedicated to the design, manufacture and distribution of Cardiovascular and GI Imaging Systems of the highest quality. Our technology is state of the art, yet simple to use. Our goal is to meet and exceed the needs of our customers in a way that allows them to make their own operations more efficient while improving patient care. Since the company’s inception in 1990, its mission has been to deliver high quality technology imaging systems at cost-effective prices.

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