The latest procedure and monitoring equipment for bronchoscopy procedure, which provides maximum accuracy, quality and safety for patients. Bronchoscopy is performed utilizing the services of expert doctors and medical team, as well as anaesthesiologists, to provide intravenous sedation to make the procedure as comfortable as possible. The Unit provides patients and their families with the highest level of comfort, privacy and convenience, before, during and after the examination. After the procedure, the patient can rest for a few hours in our Day Care Unit, located opposite the Bronchoscopy Unit.

When you have a spot, or nodule, on your lung, it is important to learn as much as possible about it. Karepartners now has a minimally invasive option for finding out what your nodule is and what, if anything, needs to be done about it.  Our Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy™ (ENB™) procedures provide a minimally invasive approach to accessing difficult to reach areas of the lung aiding in the diagnosis and management of lung disease.

During the ENB procedure, you will be sedated and your physician will insert a bronchoscope through your mouth or nose and into your lungs. Once the tube is in place, your physician will insert specially designed tools to take a biopsy for testing. In some cases, small markers, about the size of a grain of rice, may be placed near the lung nodule to help guide a physician delivering follow up treatment or therapy. The procedure generally takes between 30 minutes to an hour. 

After your procedure your samples will be sent to a laboratory for testing. Talk to your physician about when you’ll review results and discuss any next steps that might be recommended.