How Does A Colonoscopy With ENDOCUFF VISION™ Work?
ENDOCUFF VISION™ is a device attached to the distal end of a colonoscope, designed to maintain and maximise the viewable mucosa during endoscopic therapy by manipulating colonic folds.
A single row of flexible arms evert and flatten folds to provide an enhanced view of the entire colon and to decrease the polyp miss rate. 8
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Increases the adenoma detection rate by up to 11% (result of meta-analysis) — for every 1,000 patients screened, it is estimated that up to 110 patients with an adenoma could have been additionally identified using the ENDOCUFF technology. 15
A 1% increase in ADR leads to:
Widely tested in 12 randomised controlled trials, with more than 8,000 patients and 140 colonoscopists, plus experts and endoscopists. 15
ENDOCUFF VISION™ shows no adverse or serious adverse events when tested on over 800 patients by 70 endoscopists. 11
Causes for concern with unseen adenomas and polyps:
ENDOCUFF VISION™ maximises visualisation during a colonoscopy, decreasing the overall polyp miss rate. 10Download clinical evidence
Watch Professor Brian Saunders, Consultant Gastroenterologist at St. Mark's Hospital (London) and Dr. Med Andrea Pace, Head Doctor of the Gastroenterology Department at the Friedrich-Ebert-Krankenhaus (Neumünster), share insights and valuable experience on how to optimise endoscope performance with ENDOCUFF VISION™, including best practices for intubation, withdrawal and Endocuff-assisted polypectomy.