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… Read More Capsule Endoscopy – infographic video
In this video submitted for the BSG FOAMfilm competition 2017 from Nottingham University Hospital, cannulation for ERCP is taught.
We are proud to announce the first Gastroenterology Film Festival competition hosted at the BSG 2017. Medical students, trainees, clinical fellows, and consultants are all encouraged to collaborate and submit films. Films should be around 5 minutes in duration (no more than 8) and in the context of education in gastroenterology, hepatology, nutrition and endoscopy.… Read More Looking for inspiration?