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Ambu® aScope
Einweg-Bronchoskope

Die Ambu® aScopes sind flexible Einweg-Endoskope, die für das schwierige Atemwegsmanagement und für ein breites Spektrum bronchoskopischer Verfahren eingesetzt werden. Die Produkte sind steril verpackt, immer verfügbar und eliminieren das Risiko von Kreuzkontaminationen.

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Journal Publications

Evaluation of intubation and intensive care use of the new Ambu® aScope™ 4 broncho and Ambu® aView™ compared to a customary flexible endoscope a multicentre prospective, non-interventional study

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Year
2020
Journal
Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care
Author
Kriege, M. et al.

Performing Bronchoscopy in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Practice Statement from an International Expert Panel

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Year
2020
Journal
Karger
Author
Luo, F. et al.

Out-of-Hospital Intubation and Bronchoscopy Using a New Disposable Device: The Initial Case

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Year
2019
Journal
Prehospital Emergency Care
Author
Yamauchi, S. et al.
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Jan 2020, Volume 0, Issue 0

Bronchoscope-Related "Superbug" Infections

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Year
2019
Author
Mehta AC, Muscarella LF
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Chest. 2020 Feb;157(2):454-469.

A systematic review and cost effectiveness analysis of reusable vs. single-use flexible bronchoscopes.

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Year
2019
Author
Mouritsen JM, Ehlers L, Kovaleva J, Ahmad I, El-Boghdadly.
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Anaesthesia. 2020 Apr;75(4):529-540.

Cost Comparison of Single‑Use Versus Reusable Bronchoscopes Used for Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy

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Year
2019
Author
Sohrt A, Ehlers L, Udsen FW, Mærkedahl A, McGrath BA.
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Pharmacoecon Open. 2019 Jun;3(2):189-195.

Effectiveness of Reprocessing for Flexible Bronchoscopes and Endobronchial Ultrasound Bronchoscopes.

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Year
2018
Author
Ofstead CL et al.
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Chest. 2018 Nov;154(5):1024-1034.

Residual moisture and waterborne pathogens inside flexible endoscopes: Evidence from a multisite study of endoscope drying effectiveness.

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Year
2018
Author
Ofstead CL, Heymann OL, Quick MR, Eiland JE, Wetzler HP
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Am J Infect Control. 2018 Jun;46(6):689–96.

High-quality endoscope reprocessing decreases endoscope contamination.

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Year
2018
Author
Decristoforo P, Kaltseis J, Fritz A, Edlinger M, Posch W, Wilflingseder D, Lass-Flörl C, Orth-Höller D
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Clin Microbiol Infect. 2018 Oct;24(10):1101.e1-1101.e6.

A randomized trial of single versus double high-level disinfection of duodenoscopes and linear echoendoscopes using standard automated reprocessing.

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Year
2018
Author
Bartles RL, Leggett JE, Hove S, Kashork CD, Wang L, Oethinger M, Baxter L, Brandabur JJ.
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Gastrointest Endosc. 2018 Aug;88(2):306-313.e2.

Is an endoscopic examination associated with transfusiontransmissible infections? A systematic review and meta-analysis

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Year
2018
Author
Van Remoortel H, Borra V, De Buck E, Compernolle V, Vandekerckhove P.
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Transfusion. 2018 Feb;58(2):507-519.

Rates of infection after colonoscopy and osophagogastroduodenoscopy in ambulatory surgery centres in the USA

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2018
Author
Wang P, Xu T, Ngamruengphong S, Makary MA, Kalloo A, Hutfless S.
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Gut. 2018 Sep;67(9):1626-1636.

Infrared Red Intubation System (IRRIS) guided flexile videoscope assisted difficult airway management

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Year
2018
Author
Kristensen et al.
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doi: 10.1111/aas.13016

Experience with the Use of Single-Use Disposable Bronchoscope in the ICU in a Tertiary Referral Center of Singapore

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Year
2017
Journal
Journal of Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology
Author
D. Marshall, R. Dagaonkar, C. Yeow et al.
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April 2017, 24(2):136–143

Comparative Study on environmental impact of reusable and single-use bronchoscopes.

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Year
2017
Author
Sørensen B. L. and Grüttner H.
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"American Journal of Environmental Protection Volume 7, Issue 4, August 2018, Pages: 55-62 "

Decision Support for the Capacity Management of Bronchoscopy Devices: Optimizing the Cost-Efficient Mix of Reusable and Single-Use Devices Through Mathematical Modeling

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Year
2017
Author
Edenharter GM, Gartner D, Pförringer D.
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Anesth Analg. 2017 Jun;124(6):1963-1967.

Endoscope drying and its pitfalls

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Year
2017
Author
Kovaleva J.
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J Hosp Infect. 2017 Dec;97(4):319-328.

A comparative cost analysis of single-use versus reusable fiberoptic bronchoscopes: Is single-use fiberscope worth it?

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Year
2017
Author
Videau M. et al.

Human cadavers preserved using Thiel’s method for the teaching of fibreoptically-guided intubation of the trachea: a laboratory investigation

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Year
2017
Author
Laszlo et al.

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

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Year
2017
Journal
BMC Pulm Med.
Author
Zaidi SR et al.
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2017 May 5;17(1):83

Practical toolkit for monitoring endoscope reprocessing effectiveness: Identification of viable bacteria on gastroscopes, colonoscopes, and bronchoscopes.

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Year
2016
Author
Ofstead CL et al.
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Am J Infect Control. 2016 Jul 1;44(7):815-9.

Pseudooutbreak of rapidly growing mycobacteria due to Mycobacterium abscessus subsp bolletii in a digestive and respiratory endoscopy unit caused by the same clone as that of a countrywide outbreak.

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Year
2016
Author
Guimaraes T, Chimara E, do Prado GVB, Ferrazoli L, Carvalho NGF, Simeao FCDS, et al.
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Am J Infect Control. 2016 Nov;44(11):e221–6.

Outbreak of pulmonary Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Stenotrophomonas maltophilia infections related to contaminated bronchoscope suction valves, Lyon, France, 2014.

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Year
2016
Author
Guy M, Vanhems P, Dananché C, Perraud M, Regard A, Hulin M, et al.
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Eurosurveillance. 2016;21(28).

Pseudo-outbreaks of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia on an intensive care unit in England.

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Year
2016
Author
Waite TD, Georgiou A, Abrishami M, Beck CR.
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J Hosp Infect. 2016 Apr;92(4):392-6.

Alternatives to traditional fibreoptic bronchoscopes for use in ressource-poor settings

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Year
2016
Author
Neice A and Brock-Utne J
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Update in Anasthesia, vol 31, June 2016

Use of the Ambu aScope2 in laparoscopic common bile duct exploration

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Year
2016
Author
Aawsar Y, et al.
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Surg Endosc, published online 16 March 2016,

The Ambu® Aura-i™ Laryngeal Mask and LMA Supreme™ : A Randomized Trial of Clinical Performance and Fibreoptic Positioning in Unparalysed, Anaesthetised Patients by Novices

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Year
2016
Author
Yahaya Z et al.
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Anesthesiology Research and Practice. Volume 2016, Article ID 4717061

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

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Year
2016
Journal
Ann Intensive Care
Author
Perbet S et al.
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2017 Dec;7(1):3

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

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Year
2016
Journal
PharmacoEconomics
Author
Terjesen CL et al.
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June 2017, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp 133–141

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

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Year
2016
Journal
CHEST
Author
Dagaonkar R et al.
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Volume 150 , Issue 4 , 1314A

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

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Year
2016
Author
Sharifi h et al.

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

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Year
2016
Journal
Anaesthesia
Author
Hopkins B et al.
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Volume 72, Issue 1 January 2017 Pages 8–12

Contamination of single-use bronchoscopes in critically ill patients

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Year
2016
Journal
Anaesthesia
Author
McGrath B et al.
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2017 Jan;72(1):36-41

Persistent contamination on colonoscopes and gastroscopes detected by biologic cultures and rapid indicators despite reprocessing performed in accordance with guidelines.

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Year
2015
Author
Ofstead CL et al.
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Am J Infect Control. 2015 Aug;43(8):794–801.

Microbiological monitoring of flexible bronchoscopes after high-level disinfection and flushing channels with alcohol: Results and costs.

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Year
2015
Author
Gavaldà L, Olmo AR, Hernández R, Domínguez MA, Salamonsen MR, Ayats J, et al.
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Respir Med. 2015 Aug;109(8):1079-85.

Principles of infection prevention and reprocessing in ENT endoscopy

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Year
2015
Author
Kramer A, Kohnen W, Israel S, Ryll S, Hübner NO, Luckhaupt H, Hosemann W.
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GMS Curr Top Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2015 Dec 22;14:Doc10.

Cost comparison of re-usable and single-use fibrescopes in a large English teaching hospital.

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Year
2015
Author
McCahon RA & Whynes DK
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Anaesthesia. 2015 Jun;70(6):699-706. doi: 10.1111/anae.13011. Epub 2015 Jan 31.

Use of the Ambu aScope for tracheal intubation in anticipated difficult airway, a boon

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Year
2015
Author
Jacob M et al.
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Medical Journal Armed Forces India, 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mjafi.2015.01.012

Evaluation of Ambu aScope2 in awake nasotracheal intubation in anticipated difficult airway using conventional or facilitated technique: A randomized controlled trial

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Year
2015
Author
Khalifa
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Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia, Available online 29 May 2015

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

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Year
2015
Journal
Can J Respir Ther
Author
Reynolds S et al.
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2015 Spring; 51(2): 43–45

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

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Year
2015
Author
Dhonneur G et al.

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

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Year
2015
Author
Sharma M et al.

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

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Year
2015
Journal
British Journal of Anaesthesia
Author
Chan JK et al.

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

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Year
2015
Journal
British Journal of Anaesthesia
Author
McGrath BA et al.

Non-fermentative gram-negative bacteria in hospital tap water and water used for haemodialysis and bronchoscope flushing: prevalence and distribution of antibiotic resistant strains.

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Year
2014
Author
Vincenti S, Quaranta G, De Meo C, Bruno S, Ficarra MG, Carovillano S, et al.
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Sci Total Environ. 2014 Nov 15;499:47-54.

Novel use of Ambu aScope2 for choledochoscopy

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Year
2014
Author
Kamande et al.
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Abstracts/International Journal of Surgery 12 (2014) s21, 0273

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

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Year
2014
Author
Nellgård P et al.

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

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

Flexible optical intubation via the Ambu Aura-I versus blind intubation via the single use intubating LMA - A prospective randomized clinical trial

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Year
2013/2016
Author
Altamirano A et al., AND Artime CA et al.
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Abstract, ASA abstracts, A3252, October 2013 AND J Clin Anesth. 2016 Sep;33:41-6

Transmission of infection by flexible gastrointestinal endoscopy and bronchoscopy.

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Year
2013
Author
Kovaleva J, Peters FTM, van der Mei HC, Degener JE.
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Clin Microbiol Rev. 2013 Apr;26(2):231-54.

Clinical evaluation of the Ambu® aScope™

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

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

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

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

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Year
2013
Journal
Acta Anaesthesiol Scand.
Author
Kristensen MS et al.
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2013 Mar 15.

Comparison of the single-use Ambu(®) aScope™ 2 vs the conventional fibrescope for tracheal intubation in patients with cervical spine immobilisation by a semirigid collar

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Year
2012
Author
Krugel, Bathory, Frascarolo, Schoettker
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Anaesthesia. 2013 Jan;68(1):21-6. doi: 10.1111/anae.12044. Epub 2012 Oct 22.

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

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

Cost Identification Analysis of Anesthesia Fiberscope Use for Tracheal Intubation

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

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

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

Use of manikins in airway equipment development

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Year
2011
Author
Hughes C & Rai M
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Anaesthesia, 2011, 66, p1177

Comparison of Ambu aScope and Olympus re-usable fibrescope.

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Year
2011
Author
Willcox J & Turner M
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Anaesthesia. 2011 Dec;66(12):1175-6; author reply 1176-7. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2044.2011.06975_1.x.

Cost-effectiveness analysis of flexible optical scopes for tracheal intubation: a descriptive comparative study of reusable and single-use scopes.

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Year
2011
Author
Gupta D & Wang H
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J Clin Anesth. 2011 Dec;23(8):632-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jclinane.2011.04.007

Evidence for benefit vs novelty in new intubation equipment

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

The Ambu aScope: a New Disposable Flexible Video Laryngoscope

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Year
2011
Journal
Internet Journal of Airway Management
Author
Missaghi SM et al.
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6, 2010-2011

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cluster of Pseudoinfections with Burkholderia cepacia Associated with a Contaminated Washer ‐ Disinfector in a Bronchoscopy Unit.

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Year
2010
Author
Rosengarten D, Block C, Grass CH, Temper V, Gross I, Mizrahi AB, et al.
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Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2010 Jul;31(7):769-71.

Evaluation of the novel, single-use, flexible aScope for tracheal intubation in the simulated difficult airway and first clinical experiences.

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Year
2010
Author
Piepho T et al.
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Anaesthesia. 2010 Aug;65(8):820-5. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2044.2010.06406.x. Epub 2010 Jun 21.

Use of the Ambu(®) aScope™ in 10 patients with predicted difficult intubation.

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Year
2010
Author
Pujol E et al.
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Anaesthesia. 2010 Oct;65(10):1037-40. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2044.2010.06477.x.

Outbreak of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection associated with contamination of a flexible bronchoscope.

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Year
2009
Author
DiazGranados CA, Jones MY, Kongphet-Tran T, White N, Shapiro M, Wang YF, et al.
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Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2009 Jun;30(6):550-5.

An outbreak of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections following thoracic surgeries occurring via the contamination of bronchoscopes and an automatic endoscope reprocessor.

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Year
2008
Author
Shimono N, Takuma T, Tsuchimochi N, Shiose A, Murata M, Kanamoto Y, et al.
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Infect Chemother Off J Japan Soc Chemother. 2008 Dec;14(6):418–23.

Kosten der intensiv-medizinischen Versorgung in einem deutschen Krankenhaus

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Year
2008
Author
Martin E. et al.
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Anaesthesist 2008; 57: 505-512.

Current issues in endoscope reprocessing and infection control during gastrointestinal endoscopy.

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Year
2006
Author
Nelson DB, Muscarella LF.
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World J Gastroenterol. 2006 Jul 7;12(25):3953-64.

Is biofilm accumulation on endoscope tubing a contributor to the failure of cleaning and decontamination?

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Year
2004
Author
Pajkos A et al.
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Journal of Hospital Infection 2004, 58: 224-229.

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

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Journal
Hindawi Publishing Corporation – Case Reports in Anesthesiology
Author
Pavoni V et al.
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Volume 2015, Article ID 453547, 4 pages

Posters

Challenges in achieving effective high-level disinfection in endoscope reprocessing.

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Year
2020
Author
Ofstead CL et al.
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Am J Infect Control. 2020 Mar;48(3):309-315.

Performance of the Ambu aScope 3 in difficult to intubate patients

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Year
2014
Author
Rosenblatt W et al.
Conference
SAM2014

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Year
2012
Author
Rothfield K et al.
Conference
SAM & ASA 2012

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

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Year
2012
Author
Schoettker P. et al.
Conference
ESA 2012, Paris

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

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Year
2011
Author
Charles C et al.
Conference
ASA Chicago 2011

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

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Year
2011
Author
Lenhardt R et al.
Conference
ASA Chicago 2011

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

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Year
2011
Author
Vincent V et al.
Conference
DAS 2011

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

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Year
2011
Author
Perbet S et al.
Conference
ESICM Berlin 2011

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

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Year
2011
Author
Jamadarkhana S et al.
Conference
ICS 2011

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

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Year
2011
Author
Austin P et al.
Conference
DAS 2011

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

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Year
2010
Author
Norris A et al.
Publication details
Poster presentation, DAS 2010

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

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Year
2010
Author
Norris A et al.
Conference
DAS 2010

The videolaryngoscope Airwayscope makes the bronchial aScope videoscopy easier

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Year
2010
Author
Saumande B et al.
Conference
ASA 2010

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

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

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

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Author
Nella A et al.
Conference
ESA 2014, Stockholm

Anesthesia for flexible diagnostic bronchoscopy: comparison of two different techniques

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Author
Pavoni A et al.
Conference
ESA 2014, Stockholm

White papers

COVID-19: Das Beharren auf dem Status quo - Sind Mehrweg-Bronchoskope noch zeitgemäß?

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Year
9/2020
Journal
Management Krankhaus
Author
Y- Saborowski, B. Pieck, M. Schilling

Kosteneffektivität: Der benötigte Mehrwert von Medizinprodukten in Zeiten von Budgetknappheit und steigenden Krankenhausinfektionen.

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Year
2019
Author
Coy P, Schilling M.

Decontamination of Flexible Endoscopes Procedure.

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Year
2017
Author
NHSTrust

A Glimpse At The True Cost Of Reprocessing Endoscopes: Results Of A Pilot Project.

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Year
2017
Author
Ofstead CL et al.

Ambu aScope2 for use in unexpected difficult airways

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Year
2013
Author
NICE Medical Technology guidance 14, July 2013

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

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Year
2013
Author
Greig D et al.

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

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Year
2013
Author
McGrath BA

Single-use innovations could expand fiberoptic use in Eds

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Year
2011
Author
Levitan RX
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Emergency Physicians Monthly, Sept 2011

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

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Year
2011
Author
Kristiansen A.

Awake intubation with Ambu® aScope™

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Year
2010
Author
Ambu Clinical Department
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