ENT NAVIGATION SOLUTIONS
• FUSION Compact™
• FUSION Compact™
Our factory-calibrated surgical navigation devices integrate seamlessly with the Fusion systems, delivering plug-and-play convenience and Surgical Synergy™ to the office and OR. Plus, our reusable instruments, patient tracking, and other accessories provide easy-to-use tools for ENT image-guided surgery.
NuVent™ EM Balloon Sinus Dilation System is a simple1 system for image-guided balloon sinus surgery.
Used with Fusion™ ENT navigation technology, the NuVent™ system can help you confirm anatomy2, avoid critical areas3, and optimize balloon placement4 to open blocked sinus pathways.
The NuVent system is used for balloon sinus surgery with surgical navigation. Our sinus surgery products can help you treat a broad spectrum of sinus disease. View the ENT Product Catalog.
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Each Fusion® ENT Surgical Navigation System includes 6 reusable, standard instruments that mirror non-navigated ENT instruments:
The Supplemental Instrument Set enables better visibility and ease of use during many image-guided surgery procedures and techniques. This optional set includes:
Our ENT surgical navigation instruments feature:
View our ENT Product Catalog or call your local ENT representative to learn more.
Note: These surgical navigation instruments are only available as sets in the US. If you are outside the US, items in sets must be ordered individually.
Re-shape a suction instrument during image-guided surgery, without re-verifying it.
New Malleable Suction™ Instruments feature built-in AxiEM™ surgical navigation technology within the instrument tip. Simply bend the instrument as necessary, and continue operating. There’s no need to re-verify.
Contact your local Medtronic ENT representative to learn more.
With built-in surgical navigation technology, StraightShot® M5 Microdebrider Automated EM Tracking Blades are the first and only factory-calibrated microdebrider blades for image-guided surgery.
For use with the Fusion ENT Surgical Navigation System, StraightShot M5 Microdebrider, and Integrated Power Console (IPC® System).
Medtronic ENT offers several choices for patient tracking during surgical navigation, including:
The EM ENT Head Frame Kit is included with every new Fusion® system purchase. The EM ENT Head Frame is intended to have an EM ENT Patient Tracker mounted on it. The kit includes:
The EM ENT Trackers track the location of suctions, probes, and the head frame. The EM ENT Instrument Tracker is mounted on an EM ENT suction or probe, while the EM ENT Patient Tracker is mounted on the EM ENT Head Frame.
The Cranial DRF is a bone fixation reference device that enables additional versatility for the Fusion system while maintaining unrestricted motion.
The device is sold separately, but the software is included with the Fusion ENT Surgical Navigation System.
More Information from Multiple Sources. StealthMerge™ ENT is an optional image registration software for image-guided surgery with the Fusion® system. This powerful software gives you access to more information from multiple sources for enhanced tissue differentiation during image-guided surgery.
Patient Data at Your Fingertips.
Used with the Fusion system, our optional DICOM Query/Retrieve Image Retrieval Software puts patient data at your fingertips during image-guided surgery.
Electromagnetic ENT navigation is available on Medtronic's StealthStation® S7® Navigation System, which offers:
Learn more about the StealthStation S7 Navigation System for image-guided surgery.