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Colibri™ Micro ENT Scope – US

Experience stable and secure endoscopic ear surgery without giving up a hand.

“I love the fact that I can bring my left hand, which is holding Colibri, back into a standard otologic surgical position that makes it stable and secure.”

Dr. Daniel I. Choo, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Clinical Challenges Today

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Microscopes work only within their “line of sight” and cannot visualize many hidden recesses.1 Consequently, healthy soft tissue is commonly removed and bone is drilled.2

Current endoscopic surgery requires a challenging single-hand dissection technique.3

Today’s endoscopes are large in diameter, heavy and longer than standard otology tools, and therefore, difficult to stabilize.4

Colibri™ Micro ENT Scope – US

Uniquely designed for Ear Surgery

Colibri™ is purpose-built for the otologist, with stable, lightweight ergonomics allowing you to stabilize your hand against the patient’s head and keep the device precisely where you want it.

Colibri™ integrates a maneuverable suction, so you can enjoy endoscopic vision without sacrificing a hand. 

Our miniature wide-angle view endoscope enables you to go into the ear and obtain close-up views minimizing resection and bone removal.

Benefits

Colibri™ Micro ENT Scope – US

Colibri™ in Action

See what Colibri™ looks like.

See how Colibri™ specialized ergonomics enhance ear surgery.

See how Colibri™ integrated suction enables dissection with both hands.

“With Colibri™, I can finally use my left hand again to suction.”

Dr. Justin S. Golub, New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center

References:

1. Bennett ML. Comparison of middle ear visualization with endoscopy and microscopy. Otol Neurotol 2016;37(4):362-6.
2. Cohen MS, Basonbul RA, Kozin ED, Lee DJ. Residual cholesteatoma during second-look procedures following primary pediatric endoscopic ear surgery. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2017;157(6):1034-40.
3. Kozin MD, Lee DJ. Basic principles of endoscopic ear surgery. Oper Tech Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2017;28(1):2-10.
4. Ryan P et al., Getting started in endoscopic ear surgery, Journal of Otology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joto.2018.10.002