Endotherapeutics is proud to announce its partnership with Cook Medical as distributor of the Cook Medical OHNS Portfolio in Australia. Please see the official announcement letter here.
We are thrilled to be complementing our current ENT offering with the Cook Medical OHNS product range.
Cook Medical has been developing and bringing minimally invasive devices to market in the healthcare industry since 1963.
With over 50 years experience and specialising in over 60 specialities including OHNS, Cook medical is dedicated to delivering clinically effective options to physicians and better healthcare to the patients they serve.
Cook Medical OHNS products transferred to Endotherapeutics
- Biodesign Otologic Repair Graft: An implantable biomaterial that aids the healing process after otologic procedures.
- Doppler: Blood Flow Management System: Tracks blood flow continuously even during a procedure and has been associated with significantly higher salvage rates. 1
- Sialendoscopy: Enables the minimally invasive insertion of stone extractors and other interventional tools for reduced recovery times, minimised scarring and risk of nerve damage and preservation of the salivary gland resulting from surgery.2,3,4
All requests for ongoing supply of Cook Medical OHNS products, clinical support, or any other product related enquiry, should be sent to Endotherapeutics directly.
If you would like further information on this distribution partnership, please contact:
Colan Chan, Product Manager ENT | firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Wax MK. The role of the implantable Doppler probe in free flap surgery. Laryngoscope. 2014;124(Suppl 1):S1-S12.
2. Nahlieli O, Nakar LH, Nazarian Y, et al. Sialendoscopy: a new approach to salivary gland obstructive pathology. J Am Dent Assoc. 2006;137(10):1394–1400.
3. Carta F, Farneti P, Cantore S, et al. Sialendoscopy for salivary stones: principles, technical skills and therapeutic experience. Acta Otorhinolaryngol Ital. 2017;37(2):102–112.
4. Achim V, Light TJ, Andersen PE. Gland preservation in patients undergoing sialendoscopy. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017;157(1):53–57.