US Endoscopy Releases Respa O2 Delivery Bite Block for GI Procedures
announced the release of the Respa O2 delivery bite block.
The Respa bite block is built to hold the nasal cannula in place during upper gastroenterology procedures.
"The challenges many clinicians face during these procedures can extend procedure time and create additional costs for the facility," said Tony Siracusa, vice president and general manager of US Endoscopy, in the news release. "Unlike others on the market, the Respa bite block is specifically designed to house the nasal cannula, helping to eliminate frustrations and ensure delivery of oxygen to patients is uninterrupted."
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