ENTity™ MobileDISE System
Simple, portable visualization system for sleep endoscopy and OSA diagnostics.
Optim is leading the way in providing portable endoscopic visualization systems for sleep medicine. New research shows that the high success rate of customized treatment for OSA has been attributed to the targeted selection offered by sleep endoscopy (DISE).
The ENTity MobileDISE (Drug Induced Sleep Endoscopy) System allows sleep medicine clinicians, otolaryngologists, and pulmonologists to safely view the areas of the nose and throat that are responsible for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) while the patient sleeps, providing more effective treatment guidance for the patient.
The ENTity MobileDISE system is the optimal choice for practices that need a compact, portable, and network connected trans-nasal endoscopic visualization system.
The ENTity™ MobileDISE advantage
High Performance Diagnostics
ENTity powered imaging and illumination, the MobileFEES system begins with the innovative ENTity Flexible Laryngoscopes, with high quality optics and no light cables no light boxes required.
Simple & Mobile – Ideal for
The system includes a specialized, custom portable carrying case allowing the system to be brought directly to the patient with ease, enhancing patient diagnostics and patient comfort.
Easy Diagnostics Software and Network Connectivity
MobileDISE system operates a Windows-based software that allows users to capture still images, as well as record streaming video, providing documentation that can be easily printed or shared. There are various options for storage and is also EMR compatible.
MobileDISE users receive onsite equipment and software installation and training from Optim’s support team. Once installed, Optim’s team offers on-going onsite and telephonic support.
Two Flexible Laryngoscope Options
The MobileFEES System can utilize both the ENTity XL flexible laryngoscope, a standard 3.6mm for traditional anatomy, or the ENTity SDXL with a slim, small 2.7mm diameter for patients with smaller or more difficult anatomy.