The Surgical Company, pioneer in
single-use endoscopy, conceives,
designs and produces solutions
of the future with high added value,
meeting the needs of health care
professionals for the benefit of patients.
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New Broncoflex®,
Designed to be diffErent.

The new Broncoflex® brings innovation, simplifying equipment management within hospitals. With only two sizes, it covers the full range of flexible bronchoscopy indications. This new generation brings users a device of uncompromising quality, in which suction, image quality and ergonomics are central to the system.

 

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ALWAYS READY,
ALWAYS STERILE

Manufactured in a clean room and packaged in sterile packaging, the Broncoflex® is immediately available and ready for use at any time.

The reconditioning of conventional endoscopes which costs time and money is no longer necessary. The Broncoflex® simplifies your flow of treatment and makes an instrument essential to patient management, especially in intensive care, readily available.

BETTER VISION
FOR MORE OPTIONS

We strives to provide health-care professionals with a single-use bronchoscope with technical performances ever closer to those of conventional fibrescopes.

Because better vision means more options, choosing the Broncoflex® is the guarantee of an image with optimised performances, made possible our image-processing know-how. When “single use” is no longer a synonym for “poor vision”!

ECONOMIC SOLUTION

During the life cycle of a reusable endoscope, each step related to its use presents a cost that adds to its already high purchasing price.

The single-use device not only does not incur direct disinfection costs but also the costs incurred by frequent repairs or even treatment of cross-contamination. These costs are a significant factor in the use and maintenance of these devices.

Clinical Indications

See how the Broncoflex® can help your department meet challenges daily:

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Difficult intubation

In anaesthesia, it is recommended to have a bronchoscope available in the event of an emergency when managing difficult intubation.

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BAL AND AIRWAY CLEARANCE TREATMENT

Bronchoalveolar lavage is a common procedure in intensive care and requires the use of a bronchoscope.

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PERCUTANEOUS TRACHEOSTOMY

Carrying out single-use bronchoscope-guided percutaneous tracheotomy reduces the risk of breaking your reusable equipment.

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ONE LUNG VENTILATION

The positioning and placement of an endobronchial tube in lung surgery are recommended under bronchoscopic guidance.

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TRAINING

Significant training in bronchoscopy is required. Limited access to the equipment for this purpose can hinder learning.

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Testimony

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In intensive care medicine bronchoscopy is used with several, different intentions. On a surgical intensive care unit we use the disposable Broncoflex system for simple diagnostic procedures as bronchioalveolar lavage, removal of bronchiolar secretions and support for percutaneous dilatation tracheotomy. The monitor is due to sufficient resolution and an intuitive graphic user interface easy to use. Advantage of a disposable instrument is a hygienic unobjectionable storage and the dispensable cleaning procedure.

Dr. med. Thorsten Perl

Anesthesist - Göttingen's Hospital

TRIAL EQUIPMENT

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DISTRIBUTION NETWORK

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and includes competent partners who receive regular training from our teams.
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News

Latest news from Axess Vision and on our solutions

 

NEW IDENTITY

10 November 2020 - After years of increased collaboration within the group, Axess Vision proudly continues as The Surgical Company.

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Exciting news coming soon !

Watch this space on November 10.

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