Ambu® aScope™

Das Ambu® aScope™ ist ein flexibles Einweg-Endoskop zur Sicherung der Atemwege.

Produkte
Ambu® aScope™

Wählen Sie eine Dokumentenart aus

Single use and conventional bronchoscopes for Broncho alveolar lavage (BAL) in research: a comparative study

2017 Zaidi SR et al.

Read abstract

Cost analysis of single-use (Ambu® aScope™) and reusable bronchoscopes in the ICU

2016, Perbet S et al.

Read abstract

Early Assessment of the Likely Cost Effectiveness of Single-Use Flexible Video Bronchoscopes

2016, Terjesen CL et al.

Read abstract

Use of the Single-Use Disposable Bronchoscope in the Intensive Care Unit: Experience in a Tertiary Referral Centre in Singapore

2016, Dagaonkar R et al.

Read abstract

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the Reusable and Disposable Bronchoscope in the Intensive Care Unit

2016, Sharifi h et al.

See poster

Beware the Trojan Horse – a timely reality check about re-using single-use devices

2016, Hopkins B et al.

Read abstract

Contamination of single-use bronchoscopes in critically ill patients

2016, McGrath B et al.

Read abstract

A single-centre case series assessing the Ambu® aScope™ 2 for percutaneous tracheostomies: A viable alternative to fibreoptic bronchoscopes

2015, Reynolds S et al.

Read abstract

Etude comparative prospective et multicentrique des perfromances de aScope 3 d'Ambu en reanimation: une analyse intermediare

2015, Dhonneur G et al.

Read abstract

Use of Ambu aScope 3 slim for difficult paediatric intubation - a manikin based study

2015, Sharma M et al.

Read abstract

Randomised controlled trial comparing the Ambu® aScope™2 with a conventional fibreoptic bronchoscope in orotracheal intubation of anaesthetised adult patients

2015 Chan JK et al., British Journal of Anaesthesia 2015 British Journal of Anaesthesia 2015

Read abstract

How single-use is your bronchoscope? Contamination of single-use bronchoscopes following diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in critically ill ventilated patients

2015 McGrath BA et al., British Journal of Anaesthesia 2015

Read abstract

Evaluation of the Ambu aScope 3-slim for the placement of DLT

2014 Nellgård P et al.

Read abstract

Tracheal Intubation with Aura-i and aScope-2: How to Minimize Apnea Time in an Unpredicted Difficult Airway

Pavoni V et al.

Read article

Étude de cout en faveur du fibroscope à usage unique

2014 Bertrand A et al.

Read poster (in French)

Performance of the Ambu aScope 3 in difficult to intubate patients

2014 Rosenblatt W et al. Poster presentation, SAM 2014

Read abstract

Flexible Bronchoscopy through Laryngeal Maks Ambu Aura-i for diagnostic procedures

Nella A et al., ESA 2014, Stockholm

Download poster

Anesthesia for flexible diagnostic bronchoscopy: comparison of two different techniques

Pavoni A et al., ESA 2014, Stockholm

Download poster

Use of a single-use fiberscope for the training in tracheal intubation under fiberscopy on labyrinth

Lenfant F. et al. Anales Francaises d’Anesthesie et de Reanimation, 2014;33:12-15

Read abstract

Poster 0783
Evaluating the Ambu aScope 3 system for bronch-alveolar lavage and bronchial wash in invasively ventilated patients

2013, McGrath AB et al., 26th ESCIM Annual Congress, Paris 2013

Read abstract

Poster 0153
Evaluating the Ambu aScope 3 system for performing percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy in critical care patients

2013, McGrath AB et al., 26th ESCIM Annual Congress, Paris 2013

Read abstract

A comparison of three endoscopes in assessment of tracheostomy position in simulation manikins

2013, Templeton R et al., 26th ESCIM Annual Congress, Paris 2013

Read abstract

Evaluation of the Ambu® aScope™ 3 System for difficult intubation

2013 Greig D et al.

Read abstract

Evaluation of the Ambu® aScope™ 3 System for Broncho-alveolar lavage and bronchial wash: Preliminary Evaluation

2013 McGrath BA

Read abstract

Clinical evaluation of the Ambu® aScope™

2013 Hodzovic I et al. Anaesthesia 2013; 68:7,784-5

Read abstract

Cost analysis comparing single-use (Ambu(®) aScope™) and conventional reusable fiberoptic flexible scopes for difficult tracheal intubation

2013 Aïssou M et al. Ann Fr Anesth Reanim. 2013 May;32(5):291-5

Read abstract

The disposable Ambu aScope vs. a conventional flexible videoscope for awake intubation - a randomised study

2013 Kristensen MS et al. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2013 Mar 15.

Read abstract

Efficacy of the Ambu aScope2 in high risk elective & emergency awake intubation

2012 Rothfield K et al. SAM & ASA 2012

Read poster

A potential technique for flexible scope-assisted intubation using an Ambu aScope 2 inserted via a supraglottic airway device

2012 Chatterjee DJ et al. Anaesth Intensive Care. 2012 Jul;40(4):724.

Read abstract

Comparison of the single-use Ambu aScope2 versus the fibreoptic bronchoscope for tracheal intubation in patients with cervical spine immobilization

2012 Schoettker P. et al ESA 2012, Paris

Read poster

Cost Identification Analysis of Anesthesia Fiberscope Use for Tracheal Intubation

2012 Liu SS et al. Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research 2012, 3:5

Read abstract

A cost analysis of reusable and disposable flexible optical scopes for intubation

2012 Tvede MF et al. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavia, 2012;56.5,537-668

Read abstract

Evidence for benefit vs novelty in new intubation equipment

2011 Behringer EC et al. Anaesthesia, 2011,66(Suppl. 2), pages 57-64

Read article

The Ambu aScope: a New Disposable Flexible Video Laryngoscope

2011 Missaghi SM et al. Internet Journal of Airway Management

Read article

Fiberscope Versus Single Use Ambu aScope Bronchoscope For Control of Double-lumen Tubes and Bronchial Sutures

2011 Charles C et al. ASA Chicago 2011

Read poster

Feasibility of a combined use of a video-laryngoscope with a novel flexible video-stylet for predicted difficult intubation

2011 Lenhardt R et al ASA Chicago 2011

Read poster

Evaluation of aScope2 in eight patients with anticipated difficult airways having awake fibre-optic intubations

2011 Vincent V et al DAS 2011

Read poster

Evaluation of a single-use intubating videoscope (Ambu aScope ™) in three airway training manikins for oral intubation, nasal intubation and intubation via three supraglottic airway devices

2011 Scutt S et al. Anaesthesia. 2011 Apr;66(4):293-9

Read abstract

Comparison of the manoeuvrability and ease of use of the Ambu aScope and Olympus re-usable fibrescope in a manikin

2011 Vijayakumar M et al. Anaesthesia. 2011 Aug;66(8):689-93

Read abstract

The single-use endoscope aScope™ for fibreoptical monitoring in percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy: a feasibility study

2011 Perbet S et al. ESICM Berlin 2011

The newer version of the Ambu aScope has no time limit as mentioned in this publication. Moreover, image quality has been improved.
Read comment
Read poster

The use of the Ambu Aura-i SupraGlottic airway in an iSGA-first rescue strategy

2011 Laursen SB et al. ASA 2011

Read poster

Preliminary Evaluation of Ambu aScope 2 for Endoscopic Guidance During Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy

2011 Jamadarkhana S et al. ICS 2011

Read poster

Evaluating the Ambu aScope an alternative approach to endoscopic monitoring during percutaneous dilational tracheostomy

2011 Austin P et al. DAS 2011

In the newer version of the Ambu aScope image quality has been improved.
Read comment
Read poster

Evaluation of the Ambu aScope, a new single-use flexible videoscope

2011 Kumar MV et al. Anaesthesia. 2011 Aug;66(8):689-93

Read abstract

The use of the Ambu intubation SGA, Aura-i, in difficult airways

2011 Kristiansen A.

Read abstract

Costs associated with a fibrescope inventory: what role for the disposable scope?

2010 Norris A et al. DAS 2010

Read poster

Awake intubation with Ambu® aScope™

2010 Ambu Clinical Department

Read abstract

The videolaryngoscope Airwayscope makes the bronchial aScope videoscopy easier.

2010 Saumande B et al. ASA 2010

Read abstract

Interet du aScope pour la mise en place d’une sonde d’intubation selective a double lumiere

2010 Seramondi R et al. SFAR 2010

Read poster

A disposable flexible intubation videoscope, the Ambu® aScope™, and the first experiences with awake intubation in patients with difficult airways

2010 Kristensen MS et al. Society for Technology in Anesthesia Annual Meeting, 2010

Read poster