Ambu believes that sterile single-use gastrointestinal endoscopy solutions should perform like conventional ones, only with the added advantages of increased availability and improved patient safety.
Familiar tools with new benefits
Ambu® aScope™ Duodeno
Helps you address concerns about patient cross-contamination.
Ambu will launch a sterile, single-use colonoscope in 2021.
Ambu will launch a sterile, single-use gastroscope in 2021.
Facts and numbers
Get facts and numbers behind the risk of patient cross-contamination when using GI endoscopes. Also, learn about three of the main challenges related to reprocessing reusable scopes and how they can affect your work. Learn about infection control in gastroenterology
Estimated contamination rate of reprocessed gastroscopes 22.31% See poster
Comparing reusable duodenoscopes to single-use duodenoscopes See poster
Findings highlight the need to educate endoscopy staff on reprocessing to minimize cross-contamination See poster
How ready is Europe to adopt single-use duodenoscopes? See poster
Are single-use endoscopes the future of ERCP? See poster Audio summary of survey
We asked 70 GI physicians about their attitudes towards single-use duodenoscopes. Get a quick breakdown of the results. Listen now (04m12sec)
Estimated endoscope-related infection risk associated with reusable duodenoscopes. See poster
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