Single-Use Therapeutic Gastroscope Obtains FDA Clearance

Single-Use Therapeutic Gastroscope Obtains FDA Clearance


The novel device features a 4.2mm working channel and expands Ambu's portfolio of single-use endoscopes for upper gastrointestinal (GI) procedures.

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