Women In Endoscopy Webinar: Life Beyond Lockdown and Ergonomics in Endoscopy
The Power of Single-Use Endoscopy
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 1:00 pm ET
Explore the history of single-use endoscopy in the context of other healthcare paradigm shifts and examine evidence supporting a single-use endoscopy future.
Single-Use Endoscopy Solutions: Comparing Costs and Outcomes
Learn firsthand from expert health economists about how to compare reusable and single-use endoscopy within your facility.
The medical education community hasn’t fully embraced gamification — point systems, leaderboards, social interaction — in teaching residents. But the potential for better user engagement could be worth pursuing.
As we learn to live with the evolving novel coronavirus, bronchoscopies should no longer be delayed out of fear of infection, researchers write. New guidelines, they note, include calls for single-use bronchoscopes.
Artificial intelligence and robotic-assisted endoscopy are expected to stand out in the coming year, and the power of single-use endoscopes to prevent cross-contamination will keep infection prevention top of mind.
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Applications
A New Hampshire study of nearly 43,000 procedures found that many patients 75 or older continued to have procedures done even if there were no significant findings on previous exams, raising concerns of overuse.
Dr. Obi Ekwenna Performs Kidney Transplant Stent Pull with the aScope 4 Cysto
Simplify Sampling in the ICU with the Ambu aScope BronchoSampler