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Announcement

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POSTED 12:09TH 6/29/15 - IN NEWS CATEGORY

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of one of our HMB Endoscopy Products family members.

Sonia Streithorst, a valued family member here at HMB lost her battle with cancer, but won with her faith in God and her passion for her work. Sonia had great faith in God and spent much of her free time doing volunteer work through church.

Sonia's love for her work, and her strong relationships with her customers in Brazil and South America was an inspiration to us all.

As we mourn her loss please direct your emails to Monique@hmbendoscopy.com during the interim.

OLYMPUS Endorses the Purchase of Pre-Owned Endoscopy Equipment

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POSTED 9:58TH 9/10/12 - IN NEWS CATEGORY

In a recent article published in Becker’s A S C REVIEW, a periodical that is written for the benefit of Ambulatory Surgery Centers, a pre-owned product manager for Olympus Corporation of America wrote on the topic of purchasing pre-owned endoscopy equipment. He wrote that while purchasing pre-owned equipment is an excellent way to stretch your budget, your supplier must meet certain criteria. Thereby ensuring your investment will provide safe trouble free service.

Compatibility of Olympus Equipment With the AMSCO V-PRO Sterilizers

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POSTED 9:58TH 9/10/12 - IN NEWS CATEGORY

STERIS Corporation and Olympus America, Inc., recently completed validation studies to confirm the compatibility of Olympus equipment with the AMSCO V-PRO Low Temperature Sterilization Systems. This compatibility gives health care providers another safe reprocessing alternative for their delicate endoscopic devices.

Endoscope Repair 101

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POSTED 9:58TH 9/10/12 - IN NEWS CATEGORY

Harvey Buxbaum, president of HMB Endoscopy Products, recently participated in an EndoNurse Q&A about endoscopy repair. For more than 20 years, HMB Endoscopy Products has provided new and pre-owned endoscopy equipment, repairs and accessories. Buxbaum believes that flexible endoscopes are as difficult and precarious to maintain now as ever before, but that certain actions can prolong endoscope life significantly.