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Ear tubes, ENT bottles, otoscopes, specula, auditory screening devices, and surgical instruments made exclusively for ENT operations are all common ENT Instruments. The Reltok Clear-FloTM Nasal Airway is another option; it enables patients to breathe through their nasal passages following cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures.

Stryker’s MiniFESS series of surgical ENT Instruments is created to simplify and optimize FESS procedures so you may treat more patients more effectively and comfortably at your preferred site of treatment. These ENT surgical tools and instruments, when combined with the Stryker ENT range of best-in-class product solutions, enable you to provide reliable, consistent patient outcomes.

Anesthesia needle strengthened

ENT Instruments surgeons depend on the strengthened anesthetic needle for the highest level of control so they can administer injections quickly and accurately. Maximum patient comfort is ensured by the special arrangement of a 27G tip to offer a modest flow rate and a wider outer sleeve to provide a positive stop for injection depth accuracy.

Control and consistency are set by the strengthened anesthetic needle’s design. This implies that you can give local anesthetic with ease and assurance for the best possible patient comfort in your operating room or clinic. The reinforced anesthesia needle gives you the control you need to consistently perform all injections, including the sphenopalatine block, which is advised to decrease patient bleeding and increase comfort. 

Seekers and freers

A quick, accurate technique to validate sinus location and device placement is provided by MiniFESS sinus seekers. With this extra level of assurance, you can perform sinus dilation treatments with confidence even while working inside constrained or intricate anatomical spaces, which results in quicker, more convenient procedures and better patient outcomes.

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Sphenoid seeker/freer

You may easily access the sphenoid ostium by navigating around the superior turbinate with the help of this 1.75mm ball-tip seeker with a 19-degree bend angle. The sphenoid seeker/freer, a dual-purpose instrument that facilitates easy manipulation of the middle turbinate, serves as both a sphenoid sinus seeker and a 4.5mm-wide freer elevator.

Light Seeker sinus confirmation

You may precisely confirm the frontal sinus with the Light Seeker’s transcutaneous light and picture guiding, which is a rare combination. Prior to performing XprESS sinus dilation procedures, sinus irrigation procedures, FESS procedures, or other endoscopic sinus procedures, illumination facilitates proper entrance into the frontal recess and gives transcutaneous confirmation of the frontal sinus. This reusable confirmation tool combines the assurance of LED guiding with the tactile input of a sinus seeker. Also, this seeker works well with a wide range of wires and light sources.

Knife sickle

The sickle knife has a 10mm curved blade that allows for exceptional precision and control during turbinate reduction, concha bullosa resection, anterior ethmoidectomy, bunionectomy, and septoplasty ENT Instruments surgical operations.

Knife sickle

With the same accuracy and control you’ve come to expect from all the MiniFESS surgical instruments, you may execute turbinate reduction, concha bullosa resection, anterior ethmoidectomy, turbinectomy, septoplasty, and more with the sickle knife. It can help you provide efficient and long-lasting therapies for even difficult sinus disorders because it can be used for abrading, scraping, and cutting tiny bits of tissue.

Set of instruments

All the tools you require for the best range of motion, vision, and simple confirmation of sinus sites are included in the MiniFESS surgical instrument sets, allowing for quick access and increased assurance. Seven forceps, a sickle knife, and a sterilization tray are included with the forceps set. The sphenoid seeker/freer and the light seeker are two maxillary seekers included in the seeker set. Both of these will assist you in performing ENT Instruments surgical procedures to treat patients with complicated medical issues and anatomical difficulties and to improve overall outcomes.

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The MiniFESS collection of surgical forceps offers ENT Instruments surgeons a wider range of motion, higher procedural accuracy, and customizable surgical tools that preserve tissue. These medical forceps offer cozy control whether a patient’s surgery calls for the removal of bone or cartilage or mild soft tissue compression. Many forceps are accessible:

  • Tornadic forceps
  • Forceps from Blakesley, straight, 45°, and 90°
  • Through-cut, 45-degree, and straight Blakesley forceps
  • Forceps from Takahashi

Blakesley forceps 

The Blakesley forceps’ smaller handle design allows for greater control and precision. These adaptable instruments streamline your surgical procedures for polyp removal, septoplasty, posterior and anterior ethmoidectomies, turbinate reduction, and concha bullosa resection. Blakesley forceps have 2.5x7mm jaws, a 110mm working length, and three different angles: straight, 45 degrees, and 90 degrees. Both the straight and 45-degree versions of the Blakesley forceps thru-cut have a 110mm working length and a 2x5mm jaw.

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