We understand the unique needs of ENT doctors, and that is why our advanced portfolio of medical devices is tailored to empower you in delivering exceptional patient care. From state-of-the-art laryngoscopes to cutting-edge imaging systems and data management solutions, our precision-engineered tools provide exceptional visualization and accuracy during diagnosis and treatment.

Trust Olympus to elevate your ENT practice, enhance patient outcomes, and unlock new possibilities in laryngology. Experience the difference of working with industry-leading tools that are designed with your expertise in mind.

How NBI Can Help You Improve Patient Outcome

Narrow band imaging (NBI) has elevated the standard of ENT care by aiding in early cancer detection and precise lesion identification. Visit our NBI page and discover how this noninvasive technique minimizes patient discomfort while maximizing diagnostic accuracy, helping you reduce your overall costs at the click of a button!

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Find Laryngology Products by Featured Procedures

Operating Room Laryngology

In the world of laryngoscopy, Olympus has a wide range of specialized nasopharyngoscopes as well as rigid laryngoscopes. The quality of the image is and has always been the primary focus of the company. Olympus offers a wide range of imaging systems, from full-HD resolution to 4K/UHD . All the latest imaging systems have built-in Narrow Band Imaging (NBI). NBI is an optical image enhancement technology that improves the visibility of vessels and other tissues on the mucosal surface. Olympus also offers a full line of surgical instruments, scopes, and equipment for the OR in addition to its well-known office products.

In-Office Laser Treatment of RRP

In-office treatment of Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis (RRP) with a blue laser fiber and a channeled 4-way endoscope for optimal visualization, including the use of NBI to enhance the typical vascular patterns. An alternative to the surgical microlaryngoscopy approach in the OR.

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In-Office Vocal Fold Biopsy

In-office biopsy under local anesthesia of the anterior commissure using a 4-way channeled endoscope for easy accessibility and utilization of biopsy forceps.

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In-Office Ventricular Fold Injection

In-office injection of botulinum toxin into the ventricular folds of the larynx for spasmodic dysphonia using a 4-way endoscope for easy accessibility, visualization and use of a needle catheter.

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TransOral UltraSonic Surgery (TOUSS)

What is TOUSS?

TOUSS (TransOral UltraSonic Surgery) is a minimally invasive, endoscopic approach for benign and malignant lesions in the upper aerodigestive tract. It mainly utilizes the ultrasonic scalpel as a resection tool and bipolar energy as a hemostatic tool that improves the safety of the procedure. THUNDERBEAT is the only instrument that incorporates both ultrasound and bipolar energy in one device, thus enabling fast and effective tissue dissection and safe and reliable hemostasis. TOUSS uses technology available to most institutions and has emerged as an alternative to TransOral Robotic Surgery (TORS), offering all its advantages while avoiding the elevated costs of acquiring and maintaining a robotic surgical platform. TOUSS was developed by Dr. Mario Fernandez, Department Chief of Otorhinolaryngology at Hospital Universitario in Henares, Coslada, Madrid.

Benefits of TOUSS

The advantage of this technique in comparison with open techniques is avoiding the morbidity of external approaches, as the surgery is strictly limited to the lesion and its surgical margin. For this reason, the technique is especially intended for patients previously treated with chemoradiotherapy, where open approaches have a more marked morbidity.

Compared to other transoral approaches such as laser microscopic surgery, TOUSS brings with it the benefits of the endoscopic approach, which:

  • allows a greater magnification of the focused surgical field (unlike the microscope, which only has a single extremely zoomed-in plane of focus above everything)
  • is not dependent on adequate external exposure for its realization

Exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction (EILO)

Often misdiagnosed as asthma, a breathing disorder known as exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction (EILO) can affect all kinds of people. In order to aid clinicians in making the correct diagnosis, the CLE test was introduced — a continuous laryngoscopy test.

The CLE test is the gold standard in diagnosing EILO. It provides a real time evaluation of the larynx during exercise (patient is running on a treadmill or riding on a bike). The portfolio of flexible laryngoscopes from Olympus can help physicians to make the correct diagnosis, enabling them to recommend the appropriate therapy.

Selected Products for This Procedure
Flexible Video Endoscopes (ENF-VH/ENF-V3)
HD Video System (OTV-S200)
Medical Content Management (nCare)

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