Today, hysteroscopy is established as a standard procedure for diagnosis and surgery. 

Although hysteroscopy poses different challenges due to specific complications that may occur, minimally invasive methods have lowered the rates of complication and have expanded the spectrum of surgical gynecology. 


  • Myoma resection
  • Polyp resection
  • Septum resection
  • Endometrium resection and ablation

The instrument sets and system solutions from Richard Wolf are perfectly tailored to the latest diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in hysteroscopy. The miniaturization of instruments was an important milestone. 

The Compact Hysteroscope is ideal for patients with cervical stenosis or infertility issues. The compact all-in-one design with an outer diameter of 3.8 mm offers ease of use as well as patient comfort. The “True Continuous Flow Technology” with separate inflow and outflow channels ensures clear visualization even in difficult situations when an auxiliary instrument has been inserted.

The Richard Wolf Princess is the smallest resectoscope with an outer diameter of just 7 mm. It has made transcervical insertion much easier and has significantly reduced tissue trauma. The instrument features hybrid technology and can be used for monopolar and bipolar application, as well as being ideal for application in patients with cervical stenosis and conditions relating to infertility.

The Chip-E-Vac is a highlight for surgical hysteroscopy as it provides bipolar resection with automatic chip evacuation. The Chip-E-Vac automatically aspirates chips and removes them from the uterine cavity without impairing distention. Automatic chip aspiration ensures continuous visualization throughout the procedure. Eliminating the need for constant removal of the resectoscope for chip evacuation facilitates shorter procedures.