Capsule Endoscopy – infographic video

Capsule endoscopy is a minimally invasive method for imaging the gastrointestinal tract. Capsules have been developed to visualise the mucosa of the oesophagus, stomach, small and large intestine. This videoscribe explains how capsule endoscopy represents a breakthrough innovation by squeezing the imaging functionality of conventional fibre-optic endoscopy into a pill sized cordless device and how capsule endoscopy works in harmony with the fiber-optic video endoscope. The video draws attention to the widespread adoption of “cable cutting” in the wireless era and how capsule endoscopy cuts the endoscopic umbilical cord.


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