Olympus is focused on providing advanced solutions to meet our customers’ clinical ENT needs. Our ENT solutions offer advanced visualization and treatment products for Rhinology, Pediatric ENT, Laryngology, Otology, Sleep, and Head and Neck procedures.
Our innovative technologies deliver superior endoscopic imaging and video, powered instrumentation, hand instruments, implantable devices, and surgical supplies. Our VISERA ELITE surgical imaging platform is equipped with HD imaging capability, proprietary Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) for better visualization of mucosal structures, and advanced image processing to provide the best possible image for Olympus surgical scopes across multiple specialties. And our expanded energy product portfolio now includes the revolutionary THUNDERBEAT platform—the world’s only integration of ultrasonic and advanced bipolar energies delivered through a single, multifunctional instrument, allowing a surgeon to simultaneously seal and cut vessels.
Olympus also offers the world’s first and only disposable tonsil adenoid debrider (DTAD) that combines monopolar coagulation, distal suction, and a malleable shaver blade all in one device. It introduces FLEXBLADE technology, which enables a malleable tip range from 40° to 15°. DTAD is a battery-powered debrider that plugs into any standard monopolar generator for easy set up with no additional capital investment.
In the five decades since Richards Manufacturing introduced the world’s first stapes implant, the Richards line has expanded to revolutionize middle ear prostheses and is still being offered through Olympus today. Innovations such as the first PORP and TORP designs, the first commercially available vent tubes, and advancements in otoendoscopy and precision instrumentation have led to an Olympus otologic product line that is the most comprehensive on the market today.
Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is one of the primary surgical treatments to correct sinusitis and nasal polyps.Learn More
Inferior turbinate reduction surgery can reduce the size of the inferior turbinates or minimize their ability to enlarge.Learn More
Both direct and indirect laryngoscopy are useful to obtain views of the vocal folds and glottis during procedures on the larynx or other parts of the upper tracheobronchial tree.Learn More
Surgical procedures on the middle ear typically include tympanoplasty and removal of benign (cholesteatoma or granuloma) or malignant (carcinoid and adenoma) tumors.Learn More