Ambu launches new duodenoscope in four weeks

While Ambu had to disappoint investors with a postponement of the company's new broncoscope, the launch of the company's bright hope, a new version of the company's duodenoscope, is proceeding according to plan. CEO Juan Jose Gonzalez relates that the commercialization is slated to begin in exactly four weeks.

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The launch of Ambu's new duodenoscope, Ascope Duo 1.5, is proceeding exactly as planned, and while the company's financial report for the staggered notes that the commercialization is set to begin in September, Ambu's CEO has no objections to clarifying further.

"Our launch is in four weeks. We've made improvements, we started production, and we're actually just ready to roll. We're incredibly excited to see what this launch will mean for the future of the company," Juan Jose Gonzalez tells MedWatch.

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