Be more productive - wherever your work takes you
The aScope™ 4 RhinoLaryngo endoscopes help you perform procedures confidently, document them easily and streamline your workflow.
Study shows positive impact of aScope 4 Rhinolaryngo
ENT residents perceive reduced burden
A study presented at the Annual Meeting of the Danish Society of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery found that ENT residents perceived that aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo significantly reduced the organizational burden when conducting consult procedures in the emergency department.
Two key factors
- With the single-use aScope RhinoLaryngo, there is no deterioration because you get a new scope for every procedure.
- The ability to record images and videos may facilitate better communication between the clinician and the patient as well as the clinician and their colleagues.
Superior setup, more convenient, cost-minimising
A resident survey and cost-analysis published in Investigative Otolaryngology has found that the single-use aScope RhinoLaryngo compares favourably to reusable rhinolaryngoscopes.
Disposable rhinolaryngoscopes provide an alternative option to reusable systems. A study by Walczak et al., 2020 rated aScope 4 RhinoLaryngo Slim better overall than reusable rhinolaryngoscopes, and came to the following conclusions about the single-use solution:
- Superior setup rating in terms of convenience of setup compared to reusable rhinolaryngoscopes, and rated better overall.
- More convenient rating compared to reusable rhinolaryngoscopes in regard to obtaining, transporting and disposing of the scope within the hospital.
- Cost-minimizing compared to reusable rhinolaryngoscopes for inpatient consults. aScope RhinoLaryngo: A cost-minimizing alternative for inpatient consults.
97% of flexible ENT endoscopy procedures performed satisfactorily
Ambu single-use endoscopes can be used in a wide range of procedures, including nasal endoscopy, flexible laryngoscopy and therapeutic procedures.
Scientific conference posters
Facts and numbers
Resources from around the web
Dr. Eickhoff describes his experience with the aScope Duodeno during clinical cases