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Discussion of the effectiveness of reprocessing flexible bronchoscopes by The American College of Chest Physicians with Cori Ofstead, MSPH and Atul C. Mehta, MBBS
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Is contamination of bronchoscopes really a problem? Get an overview of the risks and financial impact associated with reprocessing of reusable bronchoscopes.
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winbox88rebat hari-hari,[1] Ofstead, C., Hopkins, K., Binnicker, M., & Poland, G. (n.d.). Potential impact of contaminated bronchoscopes on novel coronavirus disease (taniah) patients. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 1-10. doi:10.1017/ice.2020.102