Leading in Early Diagnosis and Minimally Invasive Treatment
Olympus provides a comprehensive line up of solutions for early diagnosis and minimally invasive therapy, suitable for a range of diseases. Our pioneering experience in these fields has led us to develop technologies and services to support the needs of physicians and surgeons. Simultaneously, our technologies and services aim to improve the quality of life of patients.
Facts about Olympus Medical
The global market share of Olympus in the field of gastrointestinal endoscopy is approximately 70%
different EndoTherapy devices, serving as a comprehensive portfolio for endoscopic diagnosis and treatment procedures
The world's first and only advanced energy system that delivers both bipolar and ultrasonic energy in a single device
Top 100 Global Innovator company 1
65years of contribution to early diagnosis
Inventor of the
world’s first practical
800,000 colonoscopies are performed annually with Olympus endoscopes in Australia and New Zealand 2
patents held in the medical business
500 fully integrated ORs from Olympus have been installed across the European region since the introduction of the first integrated operation room a decade ago
2 Approximate figures, based on own calculations
Working with Doctors for Doctors
Since the invention of the world’s first practical gastrocamera, Olympus has been working closely with healthcare professionals continuously. Our mutual mission is to identify better and more economical solutions for medical issues. Olympus matches its innovative capabilities in medical technology and precision manufacturing with doctors’ skills, with a view to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients and society as a whole.
Partnerships with Integrity
Olympus is fully committed to conducting partnerships between the industry, healthcare professionals (HCP), and healthcare organisations (HCO), in a fair and ethical manner and in full compliance with the laws and regulations. This includes:
- Comprehensive employee training with regard to laws, regulations and internal rules.
- Medical Affairs Division, separated from the Sales and Marketing organisation, managing and monitoring HCP/HCO interactions; including Grants and Charitable Donations, Clinical Studies, and Professional Education.