StealthStation FlexENT™ System is an easy-to-use image-guided surgery system that provides flexible hardware features and tiered software functionality.REQUEST MORE INFORMATION
StealthStation FlexENT™ System offers the following key benefits:
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Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases worldwide.1 As a surgeon, you do all you can to bring relief to those who live with this condition. But what if you could do even more by having access to technology customized to your needs?
Image-guided navigation takes functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) to the next level, helping you protect patients by:
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.
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Medtronic has a longstanding dedication to advancing surgical technology. For more than 20 years, we have been a trusted partner to surgeons worldwide in the development of image-guided surgery technology for ENT procedures.14
More than ever, we are focused on bringing you closer to innovation that may not previously have been within your reach — wherever you perform surgery. That’s why we’re making StealthStation™ technology more attainable for more surgeons, with an image-guided surgery system that is designed to be configurable and economically flexible.
Contact your Medtronic representative or submit the form below to learn more about the StealthStation FlexENT™ navigation system and how it can be customized to meet your facility’s unique needs.
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