Here's how the aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo Slim can make a difference in FEES procedures:
Provides immediate access, cuts down on patient wait time, and is ideal on weekends when skeleton staffing can mean limited barium swallow test availability
Eliminates reprocessing following exams, along with point-of-care difficulties and endoscope transport.
Is lightweight and improves ergonomics
Cuts out capital or service/repair expenses after repeated usage of traditional endoscopes
Moves away from fiber-optic/camera setups and bulky, stationary video towers
Enables frame-by-frame video replay of swallow physiology
Offers objective data that does away with over-diagnosis and under-diagnosis of aspiration risk
Offers highly portable, compact HD display that is plug and play, mounts easily to IV poles, and operates on battery power when needed
Ambu has a nation-wide network of Clinical Training Specialists to support new users in training and hospital/clinic installation
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An independent SUNY research study found the aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo was superior in set up and convenience and better overall than reusable competitors. The Ambu device also offered comparable performance to reusables in ergonomics and maneuverability. The best part? It was found to be more cost effective, saving $67 per procedure.
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The aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo Slim endoscope is a single-use flexible rhinolaryngoscope that helps simplify your workflow:
Finally, an endoscope that is ready when needed. Set up and go in seconds. No unproductive delays waiting for a reprocessed endoscope, no cleaning steps, no repair down-time from broken endoscopes, and the opportunity to stay on schedule without huge investments in capital and service repair plans.
Rapid one-step setup with an ultra-mobile system offers ease across multiple settings in the hospital. From the outpatient clinic to inpatient cases, whether they are last minute, unplanned procedures or scheduled close together – aScope systems can simplify the endoscopy experience.
The aView 2 Advance high-resolution monitor provides sharp images, an intuitive user interface, connections to external monitors, and offers connectivity for EHR in a sleek, compact all-in-one design.
Clinicians, staff, and students can view procedures on the monitor during the endoscopy procedure, and the simple recording features enable images and videos to be available for later viewing and documentation.
Single-use endoscopy can directly impact the time, cost, and effort to clean, reprocess, store, transport reusable flexible endoscopes all day throughout a busy hospital – enabling the reallocation of valuable resources.
We’re forging partnerships and programs to keep endoscopes from ending up in landfills, and switching to single-use eliminates waste from the machines, chemicals, and other cleaning supplies that would be used in flexible endoscope reprocessing.
A single-use endoscope is sterile and ready to use out of the package, eliminating the need for cleaning and reprocessing, as well as the risk of device-related patient-to-patient infections.