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Reusable vs Single-Use Rhinolaryngoscopes: Comparing the Costs and Performance
Bronchoscopy 2020 and Beyond
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 3 pm ET | 12 pm PT
A free CE credit learning event designed specifically for RTs and those who assist in bronchoscopy procedures.
Transitioning to Single-Use Endoscopy
Monday, May 24, 2021 at 12:30 pm ET | 9:30 am PT
Firsthand accounts from three physicians of how single-use endoscopes have improved outcomes and patient experience.
Reprocessing endoscopes is a very physically demanding job.

Patient Safety

Disinfecting endoscopes between uses is a very physically demanding job and experts encourage institutions to invest in health and safety of reprocessing technicians.

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Public Health

It’s unsurprising misinformation exists on social media, but one study determined just how prevalent it is.

Closed-Loop Bronchoscopy Sampling Reduces Risk of Contamination and Spills

Performing Procedures

Bronchoalveolar lavage has seen little innovation in the last 40 years, but research on a new sampling option demonstrates a more efficient way to collect samples in the ICU.

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Performing Procedures

Dr. James M. Horowitz explains why single-use bronchoscopes will remain the primary visualization tool in one New York City hospital’s ICU post-pandemic.

Nurses in the GI suite play a key role in infection prevention.

Preventing Infection

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is a potentially lifesaving procedure that requires a team approach for patient care and safety in which nurses play a vital role. So says Nancy Schlossberg, who has more than 40 years of clinical and industry experience.

Telemedicine is not right for every patient.

Value-Based Care

The COVID-19 pandemic expanded opportunities for telehealth in GI endoscopy. Explore the benefits for both clinicians and patients and how different demographic factors might play a role in success.

Public Health

An analysis of National Cancer Database records reaffirmed decades-old beliefs about who is at greater risk of advanced-stage bladder cancer diagnosis.

Physicians express concern over alarming numbers of intubation-related injuries among COVID-19 patients.

Bronchoscopy Procedure

Prolonged ventilation has caused many complications for COVID-19 patients. Effective treatment requires early intervention and a coordinated, comprehensive response, experts say.

The Ambu® aScope™ Duodeno is a single-use duodenoscope.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Applications

Three advanced endoscopists, with more than eight decades of experience in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) between them, discuss the impact of emergent single-use duodenoscopes on the field.

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GASTROENTEROLOGY
Dr. Frank Gress Evaluates the Ambu aScope Duodeno
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GI Panel Discussion: Duodenoscope Advances to Reduce Infectious Transmission
UROLOGY

Dr. Seth Bechis Performs Bladder Cancer Surveillance with the aScope 4 Cysto