PROCEDURES

Ambu's visualization devices can be used for a wide range of airway procedures

BAL & BW

Critically ill patients on mechanical ventilation face a number of risks during hospitalization in the ICU. BAL is an excellent procedure for timely and accurate diagnosis. But, do you always have immediate access to a flexible bronchoscope when needed?

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One lung ventilation

To overcome the challenges of proper placement and positioning of double lumen tubes or endobronchial blockers visual guidance is recommended as good clinical practice. The VivaSight portfolio makes OLV fast and effective and increases patient safety.

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Secretion management

One of the most common uses of bronchoscopy in the ICU is management of retained secretions and atelectasis. Visual guidance using a aScope 3 Large ensures efficient and safe removal of secretion without risk of damaging the bronchial mucosa.

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Bedside PDT

Bronchoscopy guidance during PDT enhances patient safety. aScope 3 has clear cost advantages as it eliminates all repair costs normally associated with use of bronchoscopes for PDT. Further, it eliminates the risk of cross-contamination.

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Intubation

Clinical studies document the benefits of adding advanced visualization equipment to the toolbox of airway management. aScope 3 and King Vision are the ideal choice for all types of intubation.

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Training

Limited access to train flexible intubation and bronchoscopy skills is a challenge due to lack of equipment and fear of damaging expensive scope systems. With aScope 3 you no longer have to worry about occupying equipment, expensive repair and reprocessing.

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