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EndoSee Advance Office Hysteroscopy

See and know instantly with Endosee® Advance

The Endosee Advance system is an all-in-one, direct visualisation system for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

Advance patient care and your practice

  • Instant endometrial imaging guided by direct visualisation1
  • Efficient workflow with in-office exams that better prepare for and reduce OR visits2,3
  • Low-cost investment that is coded and reimbursed as hysteroscopy3

Features to help elevate your in-office procedures:

  • Your exam is guided by clear color visualisation
  • Reusable display module
  • Sterile, single-use cannula designed for ease of insertion
  • Channel for fluid infusion
  • Still image or video capture of every exam
  • See the picture you just took
  • Transfer exam data to your computer via USB cable


  • Abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB), premenopausal and postmenopausal4
  • Menstrual disorders: amenorrhea, intermenstrual bleeding, and menorrhagia4
  • Infertility4,5
  • Recurrent miscarriage2


  • Polyps4,5
  • Fibroids4,5
  • Retained products of conception4
  • Tissue in need of biopsy for histologic evaluation4
  • Focal lesions missed with endometrial biopsy (EMB) (when EMB is incomplete and not diagnostic)4
  • Endometrial atrophy4


  • Transection of intrauterine adhesions and septa6
  • Directed endometrial biopsies5
  • Polypectomy (pedunculated, <2 cm)5
  • Localisation and retrieval of IUD5
  • Presurgical planning for removal of submucosal fibroids and large polyps or uterine septum repair2,4

Reusable working channel instruments

Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures during in-office exams

EndoSee Advance working channel instruments

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  1. Goldstein SR, Anderson TL. Endometrial Evaluation: Are you still relying on a blind biopsy? OBG Mgmt Supp. 2017;10:S1-S4.
  2. Isaacson K. Office Hysteroscopy: a valuable but under-utilized technique. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol. 2002;14:381-385.
  3. Moawad N, Santamaria E, Johnson M, Shuster J. Cost effectiveness of office hysteroscopy for abnormal bleeding. JSLS. 2014;18:1-5.
  4. Bradley L. Indications and contraindications for office hysteroscopy. In: Bradley LD and Falcone T, eds. Hysteroscopy: Office evaluation and management of the uterine cavity. Philadelphia, PA: Mosby Elsevier; 2009:19-38.
  5. Anderson TL. Hand-held digital hysteroscopy system a game-changer. Contemp ObGyn. Updated September 13, 2016. Accessed May 8, 2019.
  6. 510(k) SUMMARY K190639 May 13, 2019.
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