ENT Procedural Med Administration Devices

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Emily K D'Anna
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ENT Procedural Med Administration Devices


Has anyone out there delved into the world of Ambulatory ENT practices yet?? Curious if others have evaluated these spaces from a medication delivery / device perspective for best practice / compounding / infection prevention practices, etc. (for example... powder blowers, multi-use atomizers, http://www.devilbisshealthcare.com/files/LT-577_RevL_FINAL_022715_Web.pdf)

Thanks for any insight or experiences you might be able / willing to share!