Over the next several years, Ambu plans to expand its product pipeline with market-leading solutions across Pulmonology, ENT, Urology and GI. It's part of our mission to rethink solutions to save lives and improve patient care.
Learn how Ambu is gearing up to offer endoscopes across all major areas of endoscopy, with a focus on meeting hospital needs, cutting organizational costs, and making patient safety our top priority.
The Future of Endoscopy Starts Here
Ambu’s mission is to provide customers with innovative solutions that optimize workflow and reduce cost while making a difference in patients’ lives. That’s why we created the world’s first single-use flexible endoscope in 2009 and are now leveraging a decade of single-use flexible endoscopy experience in multiple clinical areas, with more to come in the near future.
We can help you by offering a new approach to the long-standing challenge of expanding endoscopy procedures while ensuring devices are safe, affordable, and accessible. By partnering with Ambu, you’ll be able to invest in a flexible endoscopy platform that boosts overall productivity by offering a system that is always ready when needed without the traditional large-scale capital and repair budgets required for reusable endoscopes.
Ambu’s aspiration is to become the world’s most innovative single-use endoscopy company. To that end, our innovation pipeline will rapidly expand in the coming years; the impact wrought by SARS-CoV-2 is only pushing us to transform at a faster pace.
Let’s join forces on this transformational journey.
We believe patients and healthcare systems deserve a better way to do endoscopy
Check out the latest in endoscopy research and best practices at this learning center by Ambu USA.
New Study: Single-Use Bronchoscopes Can Cut Hospital Readmissions by 53%
Hospitals that perform bronchoscopies can reduce readmission rates by over half, and potentially lower costs, by adopting single-use flexible bronchoscopes. That’s according to a new abstract that was submitted and presented at the recently completed CHEST 2021 Annual Meeting.