Combining our experience and expertise in the manufacture of gastrointestinal endoscopy products with our leadership in innovative technology, Olympus has a comprehensive offering of endoscopes, devices and accessories to meet every GI procedural need. Our new EVIS EXERA III video endoscopy platform represents the latest evolution in state-of-the-art patient care, allowing physicians to see the interior of the body more clearly than ever before to help diagnose disease at its earliest stage. The system’s 190 Series endoscopes deliver enhanced imaging, improved control and workflow efficiencies.
For capsule endoscopy, the Olympus ENDOCAPSULE system offers the same opto-digital technology and outstanding performance as our endoscopes. And for ERCP, the new V-System features the TJF-Q180V duodenoscope with a newly designed guidewire locking mechanism that broadens the range of scope positions in which the guidewire can be securely locked. The V-System is an open system, which includes distally wire-guided and over-the-wire devices to suit a wide variety of techniques. Olympus also offers a comprehensive line of endoscopic devices, from biopsy forceps and snares to polyp traps and retrieval devices—all designed with exacting Olympus precision to work seamlessly with Olympus endoscopes.
Diagnostic colonoscopy enables gastroenterologist to find and diagnose colon abnormalities even at their earliest stages.Learn More
Therapeutic colonoscopy is useful in performing minimally invasive procedures on the lower GI tract, such as polypectomy, hemostasis, resection, and foreign body extraction.Learn More
Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) is an effective approach for finding, diagnosing, and treating abnormalities in the upper GI tract, including bleeding, ulcers, dysphagia, and strictures.Learn More
Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) and endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) are effective techniques for removing cancerous or other abnormal tissues from the digestive tract.Learn More
Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is an effective technique for diagnosing and treating problems in the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.Learn More
EUS combines ultrasound technology with endoscopy to gain an internal vantage point to obtain higher resolution ultrasound images.Learn More
Gastrointestinal bleeding can create complications during endoscopic procedures and pose significant patient risks without an effective method of hemostasis.Learn More