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C-arm sector features new models, improvements in technology
Flat-panel detectors are driving the market

Collaboration is fueling a changing focused ultrasound landscape
Researchers, clinicians, industry, government and patients all forging partnerships

Minimizing infections when reprocessing endoscopy equipment
Health care facilities must maintain patient safety

Reprocessing: From FDA regulation to best practices
Done correctly, reusing single-use devices is a boon for hospitals

Can smart hospital beds replace patient monitors?
Checking in with the latest and greatest in bed technology

Endoscopy

Penn Medicine neurosurgeon performs first endoscopic spinal surgery in the state
May treat spinal column and cord tumors in the future
 
New PENTAX Medical ultrasound endoscope available in U.S.
Can be used to assess and treat conditions of the pancreaticobiliary system
Intuitive Surgical enters licensing agreement with JustRight Surgical
Merging laparoscopic tools with robotic surgery

Olympus hit with $6.6 million in scope superbug damages
Linked to duodenoscopes in Seattle hospital from time of outbreak

Minimizing infections when reprocessing endoscopy equipment
Health care facilities must maintain patient safety
Endoscopy Product Showcase
This month's best products in endoscopy

AORN Expo tackles safety, equipment and technology
Scope disinfection was among the central topics at the event
Endoscopy may benefit from optical, precision X-ray
Reducing X-ray to nanoscale proportions

Laser-based medical camera spots those at risk of stroke and heart attack
Conventional radiological techniques weren't cutting it
New evidence that manufacturer guidelines fall short for endoscope reprocessing
Using a tiny camera, researchers get the dirt on disinfection

Most Read Endoscopy Stories

1) New evidence that manufacturer guidelines fall short for endoscope reprocessing Using a tiny camera, researchers get the dirt on disinfection
2) Emails reveal Olympus boosted duodenoscope prices, profited from superbug crisis UCLA has switched to Pentax Medical for new scope purchases
3) Olympus hit with $6.6 million in scope superbug damages Linked to duodenoscopes in Seattle hospital from time of outbreak
4) The changing marketplace for video endoscopy systems Recent technology enhancements are providing new options for purchasers
5) Minimizing infections when reprocessing endoscopy equipment Health care facilities must maintain patient safety
6) Intuitive Surgical enters licensing agreement with JustRight Surgical Merging laparoscopic tools with robotic surgery
8) AORN Expo tackles safety, equipment and technology Scope disinfection was among the central topics at the event
9) FDA orders duodenoscope makers to conduct safety studies Manufacturers responsible for monitoring end user cleaning compliance
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