Surgical setup

Zentact Robotics

Our goal is to bring innovative robotic solution to ENT operating rooms and help surgeons perform precise and complex operations in narrow areas.

Endoscopic surgeries

Endoscopic surgery in the field of Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) has become a widely used technique for the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions. This minimally invasive approach involves the use of an endoscope, a thin, flexible tube with a light and camera attached, to visualize and operate on the affected area. Compared to traditional surgery, endoscopic surgery offers several benefits, including less scarring, reduced pain, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery times. In addition, it allows for greater precision in targeting the affected area, minimizing damage to surrounding healthy tissue. Endoscopic surgery has been used to treat a wide range of ENT conditions, including sinusitis, nasal polyps, tonsillitis, and ear infections. Overall, endoscopic surgery is a safe and effective option that provides numerous benefits for patients in the field of ENT.

400 million

people are affected by ear and hearing-related disorders1

20 million

people undergo ENT procedures annually worlwide2


of the global population are affected by chronic rhinosinusitis3

$7.2 billion

is the valuation of the surgical ENT devices market in 20224

1 Deafness and hearing loss. WHO.

2 Global Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery Market Trends & Opportunities. Research And Markets.

3 Albu, Silviu. “Chronic Rhinosinusitis-An Update on Epidemiology, Pathogenesis and Management.” Journal of clinical medicine

4 Surgical ENT Devices Market Size & Share Report, 2030. Grand View Research

Surgeon looking through endoscope
Surgical instrumentation


ENT instruments must be designed to be robust and durable, capable of withstanding the rigors of repeated use and sterilization. They should also be lightweight and ergonomic, allowing for comfortable use during long and complex procedures. The design of these instruments should also consider the unique anatomical challenges of ENT surgery, such as the limited space and visibility.

The importance of dedicated instruments is underscored by the fact that they allow the surgeon to work with greater precision, control, and accuracy, reducing the risk of complications and improving patient outcomes. For example, specialized microsurgical instruments are used in delicate procedures such as cochlear implant surgery, allowing the surgeon to work with unparalleled precision and accuracy.