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Single-Use Bronchoscopes: Ready for Prime Time
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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.
Single-use rhinolaryngoscopes surpassed their reusable counterparts when it comes to organizational benefits.

Performing Procedures

Clinicians perceived single-use rhinolaryngoscopes as having organizational advantages over their reusable counterparts.

A full team of stakeholders should participate when it comes to making a purchasing decision about a reusable vs. single-use endoscope.

Public Health

Amber Wood, AORN's senior perioperative practice specialist, emphasizes the need to include educators and to weigh cost, environmental impact, and maintenance when choosing between single-use and reusable endoscopes.

Single-use bronchoscopes performed well as an alternative to reusables when performing bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL).

Patient Safety

A study examining satisfaction and ease of use of five single-use flexible endoscopes found the devices to be a viable alternative to reusables for performing bronchoalveolar lavage.

Flexible and rigid bronchoscopes have been used together with positive results around the world.

Patient Safety

Interventional pulmonologists discuss the applications that call for a rigid bronchoscope and considerations that factor into their decision on whether to choose a flexible device.

How Has COVID-19 Impacted the Infection Prevention Workforce?

Public Health

A series of focus groups evaluated the well-being of IPs since the pandemic thrust unprecedented demands on the profession — and the extent of burnout was one critical finding.

Here are Some Overlooked Training Practices for Sterile Processing Technicians

Preventing Infection

The role of a sterile processing technician has become more demanding due to the growing complexity of IFUs as well as recently updated cleaning guidelines, according to a clinical educator.

Ambu CEO Britt Meelby Jensen shares her vision for the future of single-use endoscopy.

Environmental Impact

As Ambu CEO, Britt Meelby Jensen is passionate about safe-guarding the company’s focus on sustainability and maintaining its customer-centric vision.

How Can Advanced Practice Providers Help Bridge the Urology Workforce Gap?

Value-Based Care

Urologists who invest their time and effort into developing APPs can reap significant benefits, with one expert highlighting three distinct advantages on the Speaking of Urology podcast.

Bronchoscopy and BAL are tried and true tools in diagnosing ventilator-associated pneumonia.

Preventing Infection

Bronchoscopy and bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL), while invasive, offer ideal clarity, according to research — and have experienced “a reborn interest due to the unprecedented pandemic times.”

aScope 4 Cysto Procedure - Bladder Dx with Visualization Stent
Single-Use Bronchoscopes: Ready for Prime Time

A Bariatric Surgery Team Shares Their Experiences with the Ambu aScope Gastro