More than 55 million procedures were performed with GI endoscopic devices in the United States in 2009 alone. For gastrointestinal labs at hospitals across the country, that translates into significant wear and tear on critical equipment. This case history explores several factors to consider when replacing aging endoscopes—technology, price, service, and physicians’ preferences—as well as when it makes sense to test the waters with a new vendor.
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