Loop Cutter - Reusable

Loop Cutter

Loop Cutter - Reusable

The reusable Olympus Loop Cutter is designed to endoscopically remove the Olympus detachable loop during polypectomy or hemostasis. It is compatible with gastroscopes and colonoscopes with a minimum channel size of 2.8 mm. The device is autoclavable and available in three working lengths.

Product Support

MODELS FS-5L-1, FS-5Q-1, FS-5U-1
Working Length: 165 (5L), 195 (5Q), 230 (5U) cm
Minimum Channel Size: 2.8 mm
Compatilble Scopes: GIF (5L), GIF and CF (5Q, 5U)
Package: 1 per box
Use: Reusable, autoclavable
Note: Not intended as a suture cutter

Olympus Service & Repair

Olympus offers a broad range of services to healthcare professionals and to our customers, including contact hour and peer-based training courses; information, training tools and videos on infection control and reprocessing; authorized repair services and support on Olympus equipment; and financing solutions to help your facility with acquisition of new capital equipment, accessories, and maintenance plans.

Need Help?

Cleaning, Disinfection & Sterilization

The proper cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization of Olympus equipment is equally as important as their proper use. 

View Products Information Instructional Videos Customer Portal
OER-Pro Infection Prevention GI Endoscope Reprocessing Log-in
All Products Alerts & Statements Ultrasound Reprocessing Register


Olympus Training & Proper Use

Olympus offers a variety of educational opportunities for medical and surgical healthcare professionals. 

Peer-To-Peer Training

Our Professional Education Program provides multiple types of peer-to-peer training in order to meet the specific educational needs of physicians and nurses focused on the safe and effective use of Olympus products.

Olympus University

Olympus Professional Education also offers training programs through Olympus University (OU). Geared toward nurses, reprocessing technicians and biomeds, many of the OU courses are available for nursing contact hour continuing education credit.

Visit Olympus University