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Which Physicians Are The Most Burnt Out?

PUBLIC HEALTH

Physicians in emergency medicine dealt with the highest rates of burnout. How did those in pulmonology, gastroenterology, and urology fare?

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Supply Costs
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Mishandling Flexible Endoscopes After Disinfection Is a Health Hazard
Prevention Challenges
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Emerging Technologies

Physicians, researchers, and other industry professionals will gather in San Diego for Digestive Disease Week 2022 after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the event to go virtual each of the past two years.

5 Things Urologists Were Talking About at AUA 2022

Endoscopy Tech

Patient engagement and advancing diversity in urologic oncology were among the topics probed over three days in New Orleans as the American Urology Association held its annual meeting.

A Matter of Time: Shifting the Healthcare Paradigm With Single-Use

Emerging Technologies

At DeviceTalks Boston, med-tech executives talk of a day when single-use endoscopy is the standard of care and reusable endoscopes are “hanging in a museum.”