Welcome to This Year’s
Virtual ELS 2021 ​

May 28, 2021 ​

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​Welcome message from Professor Markus Hess,​ a renowned Laryngologist and Phonosurgeon expert.

Office Laryngology

Olympus is known for the quality of its endoscopy products. In addition to this ever-growing line of high-class fiber- and video scopes (with CCD on the tip), Olympus also offers flexible scopes with HD definition and the latest cutting edge video endoscope with 4-direction angulation. All new Olympus Systems and video endoscopes include the Narrow Band Imaging (NBI): a very well known optical image enhancement technology that is clinically proven to improve the visibility of vessels and other tissues on the mucosal surface.1
1 Simo et al., European Laryngological Society: ELS recommendations for the follow-up of patients treated for laryngeal cancer. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2014 Sep; 271(9): 2469-79.​

ENF-VH/ENF-V3 - Flexible Video Endoscope

ENF-VH2/ENF-V4 - Flexible Video Endoscope

ENF-VT3 - Flexible Video Endoscope

CV-170 - Outpatient Surgical Imaging Platform

VE II OTV-S200 - VISERA ELITE II Video System Center

nCare and VaultStream​
A Perfect Match for ENT Departments’ Needs​

nCare is a connected medical recorder that captures full-HD images and videos from up to two surgical devices simultaneously. nCare easily, reliably and securely connects clinicians with the critical visual information they need at any time. The user-friendly solution fits nearly anywhere, from an endoscopic cart to an equipment boom.

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Explanation of EILO

Often misdiagnosed as asthma, a breathing disorder known as exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction (EILO) can affect all kinds of people. In order to aid clinicians in making the correct diagnosis, the CLE test was introduced — a continuous laryngoscopy test. The portfolio of flexible laryngoscopes from Olympus can help physicians to make the correct diagnosis, enabling them to recommend the appropriate therapy.

Explanation of the CLE Test

The CLE test is the gold standard in diagnosing EILO. It provides a real time evaluation of the larynx during exercise (patient is running on a treadmill or riding on a bike). The portfolio of flexible laryngoscopes from Olympus can help physicians to make the correct diagnosis, enabling them to recommend the appropriate therapy.

Explore our Educational Training Materials

"Inspect Oral Cavity Patterns with Narrow Band Imaging" by Francesca Boscolo Nata, MD and Prof. Giancarlo Tirelli, ​University of Trieste, Italy ​
Download​ (PDF, 5.4 MB)

​"Good Practicing Laryngoscopy" by Dr. Susanne Fleischer, and Prof. Markus Hess.​ Deutsche Stimmenklinik, Hamburg, Germany​​
Download (PDF, 16.8 MB)

"NBI Global Atlas, Conventional White Light Imaging versus Narrow Band Imaging" - Kenji Okami, MD PhD, Petr Lukes, M.D., Ph.D, Taro Sugimoto, MD, Giorgio Peretti, MD, PhD, Ichiro Tateya, MD, PhD, Rakesh Srivastava, MD, PhD
Download (PDF, 56.8 MB)

For more information about our "Photographic Atlas of Lesions​ in the Pharynx and Larynx Conventional - White Light versus Narrow Band Imaging" by Manon Zwakenberg, MD and Boudewijn Plaat, MD PhD please contact your local contact person
(ISBN/EAN: 978-90-9032253-7).​

Did You Know That Using NBI Can Improve Patient Outcomes While Reducing Overall Costs?
​NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) allows ENT specialists to diagnose and treat early-stage laryngeal cancer even more precisely and reliably. NBI is also a very accurate technology for follow-up procedures. It is clinically proven 1 that by using NBI, doctors are able to detect more suspicious lesions compared to using traditional white light (WL), consequently leading to potentially reduced recurrence. 2 Particularly when combined with high definition (e.g. HDTV), NBI can provide a more-detailed and higher-contrasted visualization of blood vessels than other endoscopic procedures. 1

1 Simo et al., European Laryngological Society: ELS recommendations for the follow-up of patients treated for laryngeal cancer. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2014 Sep; 271(9): 2469-79.​
2 Kang W et al.: Narrow band imaging-assisted transurethral resection reduces the recurrence risk of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Oncotarget. 2017 Apr 4; 8(14): 23880-23890. doi: 10.18632/oncotarget.13054.

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