duodenoscope

duodenoscope

/du·o·de·no·scope/ (doo″o-de´no-skōp) an endoscope for examining the duodenum.

duodenoscope

[do̅o̅′ədē′nəskōp′]
an endoscopic instrument, usually fiberoptic, inserted via the mouth for the visual examination of the duodenum.
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The procedure is used to obtain high resolution images that may not be accessible through other endoscopy devices such as Gastroscope, Colonoscope and Duodenoscope.
In addition, Boston Scientific will host a breakfast symposium titled, "ERCP: Changing Algorithms, Changing Outcomes" to discuss developments in biliary stenting and advances in ERCP featuring SpyGlass Direct Visualization System for single-operator duodenoscope assisted cholangiopancreatoscopy, which will take place at UEGW on Tuesday, October 21 from 7:00 to 8:00 in Hall F2.
A therapeutic duodenoscope was passed beyond the LMA with little or no resistance in all cases.
has announced favorable results from an investigator initiated first human use experience and bench simulation study of its SpyGlass(TM) Direct Visualization System for single-operator duodenoscope assisted cholangiopancreatoscopy (SODAC).
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Some parts of the scopes may be extremely difficult to access and effective cleaning of all areas of the duodenoscope may not be possible," the FDA said in a notice to medical professionals.
Tenders are invited for Duodenoscope Compatible With Processor Epk 1000 Pentax .
In these cases, deadly bacteria were transmitted from patient to patient through a duodenoscope, a specialized diagnostic tool used to treat digestive system disorders.
The goal of these studies is to collect useful data about the effectiveness of current reprocessing instructions and practices that can provide the FDA with information necessary to protect the public health, including taking action to help reduce the risk of duodenoscope infections.
The full-day Duodenoscope Infection Control Summit brought together representatives from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), professional societies in the field of gastrointestinal medicine, hospitals that experienced outbreaks and three endoscope manufacturers.
The Immersion Medical ERCP module will provide valuable training in the operation of the duodenoscope and other instruments used during the procedure.