Evidence-Based Strategies to Eliminate Bronchoscopy-Related Infections
Reducing Readmissions Following Bronchoscopies
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 6:00 pm ET
Review the healthcare quality, patient safety, and infection prevention aspects of risks associated with bronchoscopies and the impacts on 30-day readmissions based on the type of device used in the clinical procedure.
GI Panel: Duodenoscope Advances to Reduce Infectious Transmission
Join three doctors with expertise and insight into endoscope cross-contamination as they discuss their first-hand experience with the latest innovations in duodenoscope technology.
Bigger hospitals typically offer more complex services, putting added strain on reprocessing departments — and the quality of reprocessing depends on the resources made available to the teams that do that work.
Otolaryngologists from around the world acknowledge that aches and pains are common in their profession and that they have received little training in proper ergonomics along the way.
A procedure-specific graphic narrative may be a “simple tool” to help ease patients through the consent process. Would it have a similar effect on alleviating stress before and after the procedure?
The findings are significant because reducing preventable hospital readmissions is a national priority for payers, providers, and policymakers seeking to improve healthcare and lower costs.
Dr. Todd Baron Assesses the aScope Duodeno for ERCP
Dr. Michael Palese Performs Ureteral Stent Removal with the aScope 4 Cysto