A platform for quality imaging
The Ambu single-use flexible endoscope platform revolves around the Ambu® aView™ 2 Advance monitor. It delivers excellent imaging capabilities and helps you perform a wide range of endoscopy procedures across clinical specialities confidently. And you only have to deal with one supplier, which you can count on to deliver.
Medical Endoscopy Workstations
The Ambu aScope single-use flexible endoscope platform
Resounding value across multiple clinical areas
The high-quality, portable full-HD aView 2 Advance monitor allows you to standardize across a wide range of clinical specialities with the same high-quality monitor available at a reasonable investment.
The aView 2 Advance can be used for a range of single-use endoscopy procedures in your hospital, including flexible laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy and cystoscopy.
A one-stop shop you can depend on
Ambu is the world’s largest supplier of single-use endoscopes. In 2009, we launched the world’s first single-use flexible bronchoscope, Ambu® aScope™.
Today, over 650,000 of our single-use endoscopes are used in more than 3,800 hospitals*. The aView 2 Advance monitor is fully compatible with a broad portfolio of Ambu single-use endoscopes for pulmonology, ENT and urology.
*Numbers are from April 2019 – March 2020
Benefit from single-use efficiency
The aScope single-use endoscope platform enables you to cut costs associated with reusable endoscopes, such as cleaning supplies, maintenance and repairs (and the associated long-term service contracts).
In fact, it may actually save money for your hospital as a whole because it improves your workflow and reduces the time and costs needed to clean reusable endoscopes. You can always count on cost transparency.
Forward-thinking platform extends lifetime value
With the aView 2 Advance monitor, you will be able to upgrade to take advantage of the latest imaging capabilities, advanced features and future Ambu releases. Repair options are available to help extend the lifetime of your investment if an unexpected problem should occur.