A bronchoscopy is a procedure that allows clinician to see the inside of the airways and remove a small sample of cells (biopsy).
During a bronchoscopy, a thin tube with a camera at the end is passed through your mouth or nose, down your throat and into the airways.
A newer procedure is called an endobronchial ultrasound scan (EBUS), which combines a bronchoscopy with an ultrasound scan.
Like a bronchoscopy, an EBUS allows the clinician to see the inside of the airways. However, the ultrasound probe on the end of the camera also allows the clinician to locate the lymph nodes in the centre of the chest so they can take a biopsy from them.
The HICSS Bronchoscopy module supports this speciality of medicine and is extremely popular with our customers. This module provides a platform to manage the patient care plan. This module covers all inpatient and outpatient procedures in this areas.
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