Medtronic is transforming ear, nose, and throat (ENT) surgery solutions through innovation and minimally invasive products and techniques. With over 5,000 products and instruments for ENT specialists, combined with more than 20 years of dedication to the ENT industry, Medtronic ENT offers comprehensive solutions to help you deliver optimal patient outcomes.
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We offer powered ENT instruments — including microdebriders and blades — for performing precise laryngeal and airway procedures for both adult and pediatric patients.Learn about airway procedures
We offer powered and manual head and neck surgery products to help otolaryngologists, endocrine, and general surgeons treat a variety of conditions.Learn about head and neck surgery
Medtronic offers powered and manual ENT instruments for performing a full range of otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery procedures, from tympanostomy tube placement to advanced skull base procedures using surgical navigation.View our surgical navigation portfolio
Our enabling technologies help you perform sinus and skull base surgery using powered ENT instruments, surgical navigation systems, and balloon sinus surgery tools. Through innovative technology integration, we bring Surgical Synergy™ to your operating room — facilitating operative efficiency, value, and outcomes.Learn about sinus surgery and transnasal skull base surgery
Powered surgery is firmly established for successfully managing both simple and complex ENT disorders. Since 1997, Medtronic ENT has developed a comprehensive range of powered surgery tools for performing ENT procedures with greater precision and speed.Learn about powered sinus surgery
Chronic inferior turbinate hypertrophy is a common cause of nasal obstruction that can have significant effects on quality of life.1,2 Turbinate reduction, such as powered inferior turbinoplasty, may be necessary.Learn about posterior inferior turbinoplasty
The next generation McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope is an enhanced, more robust device, designed to be durable and used throughout the day. Add McGRATH™ to your ASC to make your first attempt your best.
Medical necessity will dictate site of service for each individual patient. Physicians should confirm inpatient or outpatient admission criteria before selecting site of service.
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Kankaanpää A, Harju T, Numminen J. The effect of inferior turbinate surgery on quality of life: A randomized, placebo-controlled study. Ear Nose Throat J. 2021;100(10_suppl):1107S–1112S. doi: 10.1177/0145561320927944.