The Power of Choice — Innovation, Inspired by You

At Olympus, we empower you to overcome demanding surgical challenges with a versatile energy portfolio, streamlined workflows and education that adds value at every step. Our expertise ensures that the latest technology is tailored to your unique needs to not only improve patient outcome, but also maximize your investment. With Olympus, you’re not just choosing a supplier; you’re entering a trusted partnership.

Experience the future of surgical energy with Olympus now.

Invest in Confidence

Have the same confidence in your energy device as the patient has in your surgical skills. Trust the control, power and precision of the equipment like you trust your own hands. Choose your preferred energy device from a portfolio designed to support you.

Empower your team and streamline your capital investments by standardizing your surgical energy portfolio with Olympus. Our innovative and versatile solutions, integrated with our professional education programs, can build confidence and efficiency within your OR team.

A Wider Ecosystem of Surgical Imaging and Collaboration

Visualize Your Energy

Experience our versatile, multispecialty endoscopic visualization platform.

  • Latest image quality.
  • Fluorescence-guided surgery.
  • Improved surgical efficiency for reduced complications.1,2,3

Integrate Olympus recording, telecollaboration and medical content management solutions with the surgical energy portfolio as part of a wider ecosystem that supports clinicians like you at every step.

The Right Energy Tools


Achieving more with unique hybrid energy


Next level of advanced bipolar technology


Where ultrasonic performance and value meet


Customizable and versatile laparoscopic hand instruments

Simplifying Complexity in Various Procedures and Specialties

Whether you’re performing procedures in general surgery, gynecology, urology or other specialties, you can rely on our technology. Feel empowered to perform surgery with the support of products that are designed for improved usability and intuitive handling.5

Streamlined Efficiency Throughout

Discover streamlined workflow efficiencies with our surgical energy portfolio. Featuring user-friendly technology and standardized interfaces, our products can benefit OR teams and hospital management alike. You can count on our experienced product experts, flexible financial offerings, comprehensive repair programs and world-class professional training — all working together to help deliver efficient, effective and safe treatment.

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2 Dip, F., LoMenzo, E., Sarotto, L., Phillips, E., Todeschini, H., Nahmod, M. and Rosenthal, R. J. Randomized Trial of Near-Infrared Incisionless Fluorescent Cholangiography. Ann Surg, 270(6), 992-999. doi:10.1097/SLA.0000000000003178. (2019).
3 Broderick, R. C., Lee, A.M., Cheverie, J.N. et al. Fluorescent cholangiography significantly improves patient outcomes for laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Surg Endosc. (2020).
4 868-4378, 868-4375, 868-4410, 869-3749 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K172610)
5 Approved in 510(k) under #K172610" 

6 868-4378, 868-4375, 868-4410, 869-3749  (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K172610)
7 868-4378 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K172610)
8 868-4375, 868-4410, 869-3749 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K172610)
9 868-4410, 868-4411, 869-3749 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K172610)

10 Based on internal test reports and acute and chronic animal studies reports — DN0044705, DN0044706 
11 Based on internal test reports DN0043725, DN0044288, DN0044291, DN0044706, DN0046942, DN0044249 
12 Internal test report DN0046457    

13 869-2368 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K111202)
14 869-2512 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K111202)
15 869-2370 (In-House Bench Top Testing approved in 510(k) under #K111202) 

PK Technology 
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17 Odell, R. C. Surgical Complications Specific to Monopolar Electrosurgical Energy: Engineering Changes That Have Made Electrosurgery Safe. JMIG. (2013).
18 Brill, A. I. et al. Patient Safety during Monopolar Electrosurgery – Principles and Guidelines. JSLS. (1998).
19 Shuman, I.E. Bipolar versus Monopolar Electrosurgery: Clinical Applications. Dentistry Today. (2001).
20 Lee, C. L. et al. Laparoscopic Radical Hysterectomy Using Pulsed Bipolar System: Comparison with Conventional Bipolar Electrosurgery. Gynecol Oncol. 105(3): 620-4; Competitor: Kleppinger. (2007).
21 Su, H. et al. Comparison of the efficacy of the pulsed bipolar system and conventional electrosurgery in laparoscopic myomectomy — A retrospective matched control study. Taiwanese Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 50 (2011) 25-28
22 Cho, H. Y. et al. Comparison of Two Bipolar Systems in Laparoscopic Hysterectomy. JSLS (2012)16:456–460
23 Park, S. et al. Comparison of the Efficacy of the Pulsed Bipolar System and Conventional Bipolar Electrosurgery in Total Laparoroscopic Hysterectomy (TLH). 432, Abstracts / Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 15 (2008) S1-S159
24 Cimsir, M. T. et al. Comparison of Gyrus PKS™ PlasmaSpatula Versus Vectec™ Monopolar L-Hook During Colpotomy Step in Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in Terms of Vaginal Cuff Thermal Damage. Cerrahpaşa Med J 2022; 46(1): 66-70
25 Erian, J. et al. Time Needed for Changing of Laparoscopic Instruments Has Been Minimized by the Use of the PK System. One Hundred Cases of Laparoscopic Subtotal Hysterectomy Using the PK and Lap Loop Systems. Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynaecology 12: 365–9. (2005)
26 Jain, P. et al. Decreasing the Incidence of Vaginal Cuff Dehiscence after Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Using a Novel Surgical Technique. 233, Abstracts / Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 19 (2012) 71-122
27 Zupi, E. Hysteroscopic Endometrial Resection vs Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy for Menorrhagia. Am J Obstet Gynecol 188(1); Literature No.: 6862-0305. (2002).
28 Wang, C. J. et al. Comparison of Efficacy of Pulsed Bipolar System and Conventional Electrosurgery in LAVH. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech 15(4): 361-4; Competitor: Kleppinger. (2005).

29 Driessen, S. R., Arkenbout, E. A., Thurkow, A. L. and Jansen, F. W. Electromechanical morcellators in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery: an update. J Minim Invasive Gynecol. 2014 May-June; 21(3):377-83. doi: 10.1016/j.jmig.2013.12.121. Epub 2014 Jan 21. PMID: 24462590.
30 Van den Haak, L. et al. Power morcellator features affecting tissue spill in gynecologic laparoscopy: an in-vitro study. Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 23.1: 107-112. (2016).
31 Test data on file with Trokamed, investigation report 2013-11-06 / 2014-04-17
32 Test data on file with Trokamed, Testimonial Feedback Feb. 2014.
33 Bekhit, M. F., Jackson, T. and Advincula, A. P. Simulation Study Comparing the Effectiveness of the Gynecare Morcellex, the MOREsolution, and the Rotocut G1 Tissue Morcellators. Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 20.6 (2013): S47-S48.
34 Test data on file with Trokamed, Report 16th Feb. 2016

35 Data on file, as of Dec. 2020
36 Includes ACMI SuperPulse generator technology.