Banner-image

VIDEO

Dr. Frank Gress Evaluates the Ambu aScope Duodeno
Transitioning to Single-Use Endoscopy
Learn more about switching from reusable to single-use endoscopes from three leading clinicians.
GI Panel Discussion: Duodenoscope Advances to Reduce Infectious Transmission
Three physicians discuss their first-hand experience with the latest innovations in duodenoscope technology.
Should endoscopists train like athletes?

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Procedure

An overview of ergonomics challenges and available resources for GI physicians struggling with endoscopy-related injury or pain.

Doctor talking with patient

Public Health

The percentage of women urologists is the highest it’s ever been.

Looking Back on the Safety of Bronchoscopy at the Start of the Pandemic

Preventing Infection

This review assesses the effectiveness of guidance from multiple international societies on performing bronchoscopies during the pandemic.

Europe

Prevention Strategies

Researchers argue European institutions should adopt the same infection prevention strategies for ERCP as the U.S.

Ambu aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo Slim

Emerging Technologies

Research presented at COSM 2021 suggests disposable video monitor assisted flexible laryngoscopes possess many advantages when compared to the standard reusable options.

What Does the Future Hold For SIngle-Use Bronchoscopes?

Preventing Infection

Single-use bronchoscopes have provided an extra layer of safety during the COVID-19 pandemic when bronchoscopy or intubation cannot be avoided, according to research. What does this mean for the future of bronchoscopy?

Public Health

Dr. Cheryl Lee, a urologic oncologist at Ohio State University, offers advice for catching bladder cancer early and explores potential gender biases in diagnosis.

Performing Procedures

Effectively managing pain from flexible cystoscopy may lead to better clinical outcomes as patients might better adhere to follow-up cystoscopy procedures.

Dr. Eric Blicker Demonstrates the Use of Flexible Rhinolaryngoscopes to Help With Dysphagia Patients

Performing Procedures

When immediate access and portability are essential, single-use endoscopes are the answer in bedside flexible rhinolaryngology exams. So says Dr. Eric Blicker, a Florida speech-language pathologist and board-certified specialist in swallowing and swallowing disorders.

VIDEOS
WEBINAR
Transitioning to Single-Use Endoscopy
PULMONOLOGY
BronchoSampler: Closed Loop Sampling
UROLOGY

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