Dr. Sam Serouya Performs a Sphincterotomy and Stent Placement Using the aScope Duodeno
Single-Use Bronchoscopes: Ready for Prime Time
Topics of discussion include a look at updated single-use comparison studies as well as new information on single-use versus reusable scopes
The Financial Case for Single-Use Endoscopy
Explore the history of single-use endoscopy in the context of other healthcare paradigm shifts and examine how recent evidence supports a single-use future.
But parity remains a long way off — gender lag, for example, contributes to the wage gap since higher proportions of women are now in training and in earlier stages of their careers.
As the landscape of esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) and bariatric surgery evolves, it will become even more important for facilities to evaluate the true cost per use.
The shortage comes as reusable flexible endoscopes are under increasing scrutiny due to reported device-related infections — including from multidrug-resistant bacteria.
Bladder cancer is the sixth most-common form of cancer in the U.S., according to the National Cancer Institute.
Since new sterile processing guidance entails adding steps, it will take longer to successfully complete what is already a complex and time-consuming process.
Several factors contribute to mitigating the effects of burnout among critical care nurses and resiliency was found to be a buffer against burnout in high-stress critical care settings.
On any given day, about one in every 31 hospital patients has at least one HAI, according to the CDC — yet most are preventable.
A poster presented at the annual conference aims to calculate the true cost per procedure.
As hospitals everywhere try to do more with fewer people, demands for new workflow efficiencies take on greater importance.
Speech Pathologist Jackie Mojica Discusses How the aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo Slim Simplifies FEES Exams
Dr. Jonathan Kurman Discusses How the aScope 5 Broncho Compares to Reusable Bronchoscopes