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Five Things Not Required With This Microdebrider

In the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) practice, the shift to office-based procedures is a growing trend to curtail costs and help improve patient convenience. Becker’s Healthcare spoke with three leading otolaryngologists about this trend, and how Olympus’ single-use CELERISTM microdebrider is answering some previously unmet needs. 

Read the paper to learn what aspects of this disposable solution may fit into your practice. 

A checklist you WON’T MISS
  1. Reprocess or sterilize, the device—Nope. No reprocessing required with single-use devices. 
  2. Book an OR to use it—Finding time on the OR schedule can be challenging and may delay procedures. You choose a time that works best for you and your patient in your clinic.
  3. Put patients under general anesthesia during its use—For the simple procedures that can be done in the office, you have the option not to use general anesthesia.
  4. Deal with feeling tethered by cables and wires to the procedure room—With the CELERISTM system, there is just one cord and no foot pedal. We like to keep it simple.
  5. Having to avoid treating patients who may not be able to tolerate procedures in the OR—If the polyp can be removed in the office, is there a reason it shouldn’t be done there?
Get the full story by downloading “ENT practices recognize the clinical and financial benefits of a single-use debrider” by completing the form below.
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As with all electrosurgery instruments, inappropriate use can cause damage to tissue, both electrically and thermally.

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