The Financial Case for Single-Use Endoscopy
The Clinical Role of Single-Use Bronchoscopy
Sunday, July 10, 2022 at 8:00 am ET
Webinar on the clinical value and impact of single-use bronchoscopy in the ICU and bronchoscopy suite, featuring Dr. Sonali Sethi, Dr. Jonathan S. Kurman & Prof. Suveer Singh.
Women In Endoscopy: Life Beyond Lockdown and Ergonomics in Endoscopy
This joint panel discussion features female leaders in gastroenterology who face these challenges head on every day.
No Outbreak, No Problem? Duodenoscopes May Still Harbor Contamination

Preventing Infection

A recent study found more than 5 percent of reprocessed duodenoscopes harbor “high-concern” organisms despite the lack of an infection outbreak.

How Social Media Benefits Both Urologists and Their Patients

Public Health

Urologists discuss the advantages and disadvantages of social media, which platforms early-career urologists can use to share content and engage with patients, and common pitfalls to avoid.

Diagnostic bronchoscopy is effective as a tool for patients with COPD

Performing Procedures

Because COPD is a major risk factor for lung cancer and infection and often coexists with other diseases, there was concern that patients could have serious complications when bronchoscopy was performed.

The hope is that awareness of the dysphagia problem will inspire new research and help connect people to resources for help.

Public Health

Swallowing is something that many people take for granted — yet for those who experience difficulty doing it, the challenges can drastically alter their quality of life.

Normalizing Discussions About Women

Public Health

Dr. Rena Malik and Dr. Fenwa Milhouse discuss women's health, common urological conditions for women, and how to normalize discussions about women's health in urology.

Even brief, moderate concentrations of diesel exhaust is more hazardous to former smokers with COPD than those without.

Performing Procedures

For former smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), even short-term exposure to traffic pollution may be harmful, according to new research.


Performing Procedures

When immediate access and portability are essential, single-use endoscopes are the answer in FEES exams. So says Dr. Eric Blicker, a Florida speech-language pathologist and board-certified specialist in swallowing and swallowing disorders as recognized by the American Board of Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders.

APIC 2022: Day 2 Report

Preventing Infection

Why do urologists and infection preventionists need to partner more? Clinicians detailed a variety of reasons at APIC’s annual conference in Indianapolis.

APIC 2022: Day 1 Report

Prevention Strategies

“Our work is stabilizing a reeling world,” said the president of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology as the organization hosts an annual conference for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Wilson Tsai Discusses the Benefits of the aScope Gastro
A Journey to Safer Endoscopy: Making Sense of the New FDA Safety Alert

aScope 4 Cysto Procedure - Bladder Cancer Surveillance