Friday, December 06, 2013

A noninvasive way to detect chronic gastrointestinal diseases.

Recently scientist have discovered a new way  to detect and diagnosis various gastrointestinal tract disorder by simply swallowing a pill. This pill contains a miniature endoscope, which allows the doctors to view the various structures in the gastrointestinal tract.  This procedure is non-invasive and proved to be the most effective in identifying structural abnormalities, chronic issues, and obscure bleeding.  This exposes the patient to no radiation and simply allows nature to guide the endoscope through the tract. It takes a total of 18 hours to be excreted. The pill comes with an external antenna with attached portable computer, and a workstation with appropriate software for review, interpretation, and reporting of images.


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