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Training

CHALLENGE

A bronchoscope is a device used in many important clinical practices. It is also used by numerous medical specialities.
This technique that is difficult to learn has a variable learning curve, depending on the student and the teaching provided (1). Although essential to learning, having access to a bronchoscope for training students is often a problem, but necessary in order to be able to practice on a dummy (2). The Broncoflex® makes up for constraints of access to a bronchoscope for staff training. It can be handled by students without fear of breakage likely to lead to extended unavailability and often high repair costs.

BRONCHOSCOPY TRAINING IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS EQUIPMENT AVAILABILITY

It is essential to learn bronchial endoscopy techniques, especially in the case of airway management in anaesthesia for tracheal intubation, and more particularly in the event of difficult intubation. Medical societies agree in emphasising on the need for equipment to be available but also the need for training for the staff involved (2).

EASY TO USE, PORTABLE SYSTEM

The Broncoflex® and the SCREENi® can be easily made available to your staff for initial or advanced training in therapeutic endoscopy techniques.
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Mobile

The Broncoflex® and its high definition monitor can be easily set up in a training room.

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Tactile, HD video monitor

SCREENi® can be used to share the image and to take screen shots and videos.

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Economical

The Broncoflex® solution is easy to use and highly economical. It spares the cost of otherwise fragile equipment being put out of use.

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Bibliography

1 P.G. Dalal, et al. Learning curves of novice anesthesiology residents performing simulated fibreoptic upper airway endoscopy, Can J Anaesth, 58 (9) (2011), pp. 802-809
2 Société Française d'Anesthésie et de Réanimation, Société de Réanimation de Langue Française, intubation et extubation du patient en réanimation (2016)