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During this critical time of escalation of COVID-19 across EMEA, clinicians in the frontlines treating patients need readily available solutions for intubation and bronchoscopy procedures for successful airway management.

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We would like to assure you that PENTAX Medical is fully committed to supporting you in the treatment of those affected by COVID-19, and to ensure endoscopes and supporting medical equipment are readily available.

As we work better to serve our healthcare systems, we would like to thank all critical care personnel for their continued efforts to help the patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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COVID-19 update & commitment

PENTAX Medical is fully committed to supporting you in the treatment of those affected by COVID-19, and to ensure endoscopes are readily available. Read more

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Donation worth USD430,000

PENTAX Medical donates USD430,000 worth of medical devices to fight novel Corona virus. Read more

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Knowledge exchange through webinars

PENTAX Medical is teaming up with clinicians to share knowledge through webinars.Peers sharing their knowledge and best practices in managing this crisis. Read more


The impact of COVID-19 on ICUs

We understand the increased demand in critical care units and that most are currently overloaded with patients requiring fast and effective guided intubation for airway management and treatment.


 

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Our solutions for the influx of COVID-19 patients

Bronchoscopy is one of the procedures used to identify the impact of the virus on a patient's airways in addition to providing a means to successfully manage and treat the patient.

We can support clinicians with readily available solutions for intubation and bronchoscopy at the highest hygiene standard directly at point of care for fast and successful treatment and patient management.

 

To understand how these solutions can better support you, please contact us.

 

PENTAX Medical’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)

At PENTAX Medical we aim to provide greater access to safe and efficient solutions, not only to assist treatment of affected COVID-19 patients, but to ensure endoscopes are readily available.

A business continuity plan has been implemented, and we are being proactive in our approach to ensure ongoing support for your service needs.

We are moving forward with full operational force and put actions in place aiming to provide you greater access to safe and efficient solutions*:

 

  • Focused service capacity: ensuring your endoscopes are repaired as swiftly as possible to serve you in managing this critical situation
  • Increased loaner fleet: aiming to fulfil increased demand for crucial Intubators and Bronchoscopes
  • Short term rental: fiber intubation scopes and bronchoscopes available for short term rent
  • Mobilized production: activities aiming to meet the increased demand for our solutions in critical care units and essential emergency procedures
  • Constant communication: as the COVID-19 situation is evolving, we will keep providing constant communication about our repair capacity.

*Some measures will vary from country to country.

 

To understand how these measures can better support you, please contact us.

 

Knowledge exchange through webinars

Peers sharing their knowledge and best practices in managing this crisis is more important than ever before. PENTAX Medical is teaming up with clinicians to share knowledge through webinars.

For the first webinar, “Endoscopy during COVID-19 pandemic: The equipment journey from patient to patient", we teamed up with two professors who both provided their recommendations. 

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Prof. Didier Lepelletier

MD, PhD – Professor and Head of Hygiene Department University Hospital of Nantes, France

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Prof. Paolo Giorgio Arcidiacono

MD, FASGE – Associate Professor of Gastroenterology & Head of Pancreatic /Biliary Endoscopy and Endosongraphy Division Vita Salute San Raffaele University Milan, Italy

 

Professor Paolo Giorgio Arcidiacono provided valuable insights regarding his endoscopy department, patient management in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and recommendations on best practices from one endoscopy procedure to the next. Professor Didier Lepelletier shared his in depth knowledge factors for infection transmission and insight into potential solutions and pivotal actions to be undertake in orde to minimise the risk of contamination and infection during this critical time.

 

To watch the recording click here:

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Keep an eye on our LinkedIn page to receive information about the upcoming webinars.

 

 

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