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Approximately 4.6% of adults in the United States suffer from patulous and obstructive Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD).1
Balloon dilation of the Eustachian tube (BDET) is considered a safe procedure and is proven effective in treating obstructive ETD.2
The NuVent™ Eustachian tube dilation balloon is designed specifically to treat persistent, obstructive ETD.3 With an atraumatic tip, a flexible balloon section, and a simple, easy design, the device is designed to be atraumatic during insertion into the Eustachian tube.3 The tip is designed not to pass through the bony isthmus.3
Learn about patient selection and how the NuVent balloon works to treat ETD.
See Dr. Suh, MD, discuss the use of surgical navigation in a sphenoid sinus surgery for a patient with sinus issues that weren’t responding to medical therapy.
See Dr. Lee, MD, talk about how she used navigation in the case of a patient with chronic rhinosinusitis and challenging frontal recess anatomy.
We offer hands-on training with powered ENT instruments, surgical navigation, nerve monitors, and more.
by Dr. John DelGaudio, MD, FACS, FARS
Learn about trending ENT surgeries from experienced medical professionals and read the latest updates about office site-of-service procedures.
BALLOON SINUS DILATION
NuVent™ EM balloon sinus dilation system is a simple, targeted system for balloon sinus surgery with built-in surgical navigation technology.
Powered surgical equipment
The IPC™ system is a multispecialty console that powers all Medtronic ENT handpieces used for removing soft tissue, hard tissue, and bone during surgery.
The StealthStation™ ENT system features a combination of hardware, software, tracking algorithms, and more to help guide you during surgical procedures.
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Prevalence of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction in Adults in the United States. Alan Shan, BS1; Bryan K. Ward, MD2; Adele M. Goman, PhD1; Joshua F. Betz, MS1,3; Nicholas S. Reed, AuD1,2; Dennis S. Poe, MD, PhD4; Carrie L. Nieman, MD, MPH1,2 JAMA Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg.2019;145(10):974-975. doi:10.1001/jamaoto.2019.1917.
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Balloon Dilation as a Treatment for Persistent Eustachian Tube Dysfunction With 1-Year Follow-Up. Otology/Neurotology, 2018, Meyer et al.
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