CHESTGuidelines & Topic CollectionsExploring ENB and Fiber-Optic Shape-Sensing Technologies

Exploring ENB and Fiber-Optic Shape-Sensing Technologies

Recorded: December 14

With changes to technology and the increasing use of bronchoscopy procedures, it’s important that pulmonologists, interventional pulmonologists, and critical care specialists build their understanding of this rapidly changing area.

Learn more about two important bronchoscopic options: electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy (ENB) and shape-sensing robotic-assisted bronchoscopy (SSRAB). This bite-sized resource reviews key considerations for the use of ENB and SSRAB, the unique functionality offered by fiber-optic shape-sensing technology, and recent data on both procedures.

This video was developed in collaboration with Intuitive.


Janani Reisenauer, MD

Vice-Chair, Innovation, Department of Surgery
Associate Professor of Surgery
General Thoracic Surgery
Interventional Pulmonary Medicine
Mayo Clinic

George Cheng, MD, PhD, FCCP

Director of Interventional Pulmonology, Bronchoscopy, and Pleural Disease
University of California San Diego