NaviCam™ Small Bowel Capsule Endoscopy with Integrated Artificial Intelligence

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Overview

Capsule Endoscopy is an established modality for the direct visualisation of the small bowel mucosa. Since its establishment in 2000, it has become a first line tool for the investigation of small bowel lesions. Whilst the procedure remains extremely patient friendly, the time-consuming aspect for clinician analysis has remained an unsolved problem; until now.

The NaviCam System with ProScan, based on a deep-learning algorithm has a lesion detection sensitivity of 99.9% and a 5.9 minute average read time per patient.

The NaviCam range combines exceptional technology and optics with innovative integration of Artificial Intelligence for assisted diagnosis.

NaviCam comprises the first Capsule Endoscopy system with the addition of ProScan, a deep-learning CNN platform able to distinguish and detect pathologies across over 12 variations. With data published, and presented on the cover page, of Gastroenterology 2019, the AI model has a lesion detection sensitivity of 99.9% and a reduced read time to under 6 minutes.

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Product Variations

Product Code Description FAL Code
AKES-11SW ANX NaviCam™ SB Capsule FAL18996
AKES-11SK Navicam SB2 Capsule
SensorBelt ANX SB Sensor Belt FAL19001
AKS-1 Capsule Locator FAL18995
AKR-1 Data Recorder FAL18997
ESNavi Navicam SB Capsule Endoscopy Software FAL19002
PackingCase Metal Packing Case FAL18992
NS-1 Navicam SB Capsule Endoscopy System FAL19000
ProScan NaviCam™ ProScan full licence FAL18994

Key Features

High Sensitivity

Lesion Detection to a sensitivity of 99.9% (Ding et al., 2019)

High Time- Efficiency in AI Auxiliary Reading

AI assisted diagnosis in under 6 minutes (Ding et al., 2019)

Quick Download Time

Data Export in under 10 minutes

Compact Design

More compact design for greater patient comfort

Frame Rate

Capsule Adaptive Frame Rate 0.5 – 6fps

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