Medtronic is the leader in providing innovative and comprehensive ENT solutions for the office. We provide cutting edge therapies1 and technologies that deliver clinical and economic value for you and your patients.2
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Sinus surgery is changing. Basic sinus procedures are increasingly performed in the office — which can offer significant benefits to you and your patients.3
The StealthStation FlexENT™ navigation system provides flexible hardware features and tiered software functionality. Configure the system to create a customized, economical navigation system to meet your unique facility and clinical needs.
Key features are:
Used in conjunction with our StealthStation™ navigation technology, the NuVent™ system can be used to open blocked drainage pathways.
The HydroCleanse™ sinus wash delivery system is an office-based sinus surgery solution that combines pressurized sinus irrigation with built-in suction for a more comfortable patient experience.
The XPS Nexus™ system is designed for in-office powered sinus surgery.
XPS Nexus™ features:
The Straightshot™ M4 microdebrider is an innovative powered handpiece for ENT surgery that helps improve intraoperative functionality and precision when incising or removing soft tissue, hard tissue, or bone. Perform procedures such as polypectomy and ethmoidectomy submucosal IT resection.
Straightshot™ M4 features:
Get maximum visibility to diagnose and navigate with the NewTom VGi evo CT Scanner.*
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Prickett KK, Wise SK, DelGaudio JM. Cost analysis of office-based and operating room procedures in rhinology. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol, 2012; 2:207–211.
Hwang PH, Goyal P. In-office surgical treatment of sinus disease: Office-based surgical procedures in rhinology. Op Tech Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2006; 17(1):58–65. doi:10.1016/j.otot.2006.01.011.
Boone JL, Feldt BA, McMains KC, Weitzel EK. Improved function of prototype 4.3-mm Medtronic Quadcut microdebrider blade over standard 4.0-mm Medtronic Tricut microdebrider blade. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol, 2011; 1:198-200.