Olympus offers a complete range of laparoscopic equipment from state-of-the-art imaging equipment and innovative therapeutic devices to fully integrated operating room solutions. These advanced technologies have paved the way for the development of sophisticated minimally invasive solutions to meet the needs of our general surgery customers. Our visualization and surgical equipment helps general surgeons perform bariatric, colorectal , hepato-pancreato-biliary, and upper GI surgeries as well as hernia repairs, often using a laparo-endoscopic single site (LESS) approach.
The key to being able to perform laparoscopic surgery through a small incision at a single site is the use of dedicated ports, such as the TriPort+, TriPort15 and QuadPort+. The use of our 5 mm ENDOEYE Flex 5 can also greatly facilitate LESS surgery, offering best-in-class visualization in the world’s only HD, autoclavable, articulating-tip video laparoscope. Our new surgical imaging platform, VISERA ELITE, is equipped with HD imaging capability and advanced image processing to provide the best possible image for Olympus surgical scopes across multiple specialties. Finally, 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.
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