Endoscopic infection control: A new way to avoid device-related infection


Now more than ever, health systems and regulators have had to heighten their focus on infection control and patient safety. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is a life-saving endoscopic procedure used for pancreatic cancer patients, but there is often a risk of infection when choosing what type of endoscope to use. These procedures are often performed using a duodenoscope, one of the most difficult medical devices to clean and disinfect.

In this new report from Ambu, you will learn how switching to single-use bronchoscopes can mitigate these risks of infections. Fifty-three percent of patients are less likely to be readmitted to the hospital with these devices. 

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