Find out the hottest pulmonology topics among Single-Use Endoscopy readers during 2023.

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Here Are Our Top 10 Pulmonology Stories From 2023

Peruse our 10 most popular pulmonology stories on Single-Use Endoscopy from the past year.

The most-read flexible endoscopy and pulmonology stories of 2023 focused on new performance abilities of bronchoscopes, along with the expanding roles of AI, supply chain and robotics to advance innovation in the field.

You can peruse below our 10 most popular pulmonology stories on Single-Use Endoscopy from the past year and, while you’re at it, click here to sign up for our newsletters.

10: Are You Following the Right Pulmonology Influencers?

When you’re trying to stay informed about the latest trends and innovations in pulmonology, it helps to check in with key influencers and thought leaders on social media.

9: BAL Findings Can Help Predict Outcomes in COVID Patients with ARDS

study out of Amsterdam was designed to assess the relationship between lung microbiota and clinical outcomes of COVID-19-related acute respiratory distress (ARDS).

8: Study Probes User Satisfaction with Single-Use Flexible Bronchoscopes for BAL

The Ambu aScope 5 Broncho received an overall performance rating of excellent from all participants — the highest of all devices scored — in a study that was presented as a poster at the American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (AABIP) 2023 conference and at CHEST 2023.

7: Can Combining Pulmonary and GI Procedures Shorten Hospital Stays?

Increasingly, hospitals are combining certain pulmonary and GI procedures into one service, because patients require shorter hospital stays and costs are reduced when some procedures are performed at the same time, experts say.

6: Five Things to Know About Pulmonary Rehabilitation

The annual celebration of National Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week highlights the importance of pulmonary rehab programs to the health and quality of life of lung disease patients — estimated to number more than 34 million in the U.S. alone.

5: Survey: Stress, Poor Work-Life Balance Challenge Intensivists

An electronic survey was sent to U.S.-based physician members of the Society for Critical Care Medicine and posed 25 questions around four variables.

4: Study Examines Reusable Bronchoscope Cross-Contamination Rate

The estimated cross-contamination rate of patient-ready reusable bronchoscopes is more than 8 percent, according to a recent literature review.

3: Trends to Watch in 2023: Endoscopy and Pulmonology

Artificial intelligence, supply chain, robotics and the role of clinical feedback in advancing innovation are expected to drive pulmonology conversations in 2023.

2: Webinar: Redefining What’s Possible with Single-Use Scopes

One of Dr. Jonathan Kurman’s favorite benefits of single-use bronchoscopes is knowing that he starts every case with a “perfect” scope.

1: Study: One Single-Use Bronchoscope Excelled in BAL Use

The Ambu aScope 5 Broncho was rated highest among users across all categories measured for bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) performance in a recent study that was presented as a poster at the American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (AABIP) 2023 conference.

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