Hospital

Limiting Aerosolization in Pediatric Bronchoscopy

BRONCHOSCOPY APPLICATIONS

Creating a surgical tent using disposable drapes is a relatively simple technique to protect operating room personnel, according to the authors of a new research paper on ways to improve safety for healthcare staffers treating patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recent Operating Room Articles
Here’s How One-Lung Ventilation for Thoracic Surgery Can Be Done More Efficiently
Best Practices
Intubation and airway management during lung-isolation procedures pose a series of challenges for even the most experienced medical team. Ambu’s double-lumen tube can help, according to a new study.
Study: VivaSight Double-Lumen Tube Cost Effective in Thoracic Surgery Involving One-Lung Ventilation
Supply Costs
Intubation and airway management during lung-isolation procedures pose a series of challenges for even the most experienced medical team. A new study shows how hospitals can save money using Ambu’s sterile, single-use product.
More From Single-Use Endoscopy
ICU

Preventing Infection

New research out of Northwestern University on performing bronchoscopy procedures during COVID-19 shows results that are “reassuring to the bronchoscopist community.”

aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo Intervention prodcedure

Analyzing Value

A study found the Ambu® aScope™ 4 RhinoLaryngo superior in set up and convenience and better overall than reusable competitors. The Ambu device also offered comparable performance to reusables in ergonomics and maneuverability and was found to be more cost effective.

Teleurology

Emerging Technologies

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth had been used sparingly in urology. Urologists at the University of Virginia found it to be feasible and highly accepted by patients.