Here’s Why #EveryAdenomaCounts
26% (that’s 1 in 4)
adenomas are missed during colonoscopies. 1
An increase of
in adenoma detection rate (ADR) results in a decrease of 5% in the risk of a fatal interval cancer. 3
have a 5-year survival rate of stage I CRC diagnoses,
whereas it’s just 14% for those diagnosed at stage IV. 5
Following the detection of adenomas, the majority of these colorectal polyps can be removed endoscopically for a
in CRC mortality. 6
EVIS X1 Endoscopy System
Push boundaries of adenoma detection and characterization with EVIS X1’s industry-leading imaging techniques.
Extended Depth of Field (EDOF) — a lens technology providing high image clarity with broad focus and seamless magnification to ultimately improve characterization of abnormalities including polyps.
Texture and Color Enhancement Imaging (TXI) — an enhanced white-light imaging technique that improves both the detection and characterization of adenomas by accentuating differences in texture and color and provides more uniform illumination.
Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) — a blue-light technology that aids in the characterization of adenomas with its ability to visualize micro-capillaries. Demonstrates a 14% increase in the ADR 11 and is endorsed by ESGE and NICE 12, 13.
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EndoJaw Disposable Biopsy Forceps
Single-use biopsy forceps compatible with a wide range of Olympus endoscopes. Designed for maximum efficiency and minimal tissue damage. Available in a range of diameters, cup types, cup sizes, and with or without needles to suit your endoscopy needs.
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RDI (Red Dichromatic Imaging)
RDI helps to safely and efficiently treat adenomas. It uses different wavelengths to detect bleeding spots and conduct hemostasis more quickly. This aims to result in less stress for the physician during endoscopic therapy and increased patient care.
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Gastrointestinal bleedings are versatile and require a dedicated approach to be managed effectively. If it is injection, thermal coagulation, clipping or ligation - the Olympus bleeding management portfolio covers all it takes for a fast, safe and reliable hemostasis.
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3. Corley, D.A., Jensen, C.D., Marks, A.R., Zhao, W.K., Lee, J.K., Doubeni, C.A., Zauber, A.G., de Boer, J., Fireman, B.H., Schottinger, J.E. and Quinn, V.P., 2014. Adenoma detection rate and risk of colorectal cancer and death. New england journal of medicine, 370(14), pp.1298-1306.
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5. American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts & Figures 2022. Atlanta, Ga: American Cancer Society; 2022.
6. Winawer S.J. Zauber A.G. Ho M.N. et al. Prevention of colorectal cancer by colonoscopic polypectomy. The National Polyp Study Workgroup. N Engl J Med. 1993; 329: 1977-1981.
7. Chin, M., Karnes, W., Jamal, M.M., Lee, J.G., Lee, R., Samarasena, J., Bechtold, M.L. and Nguyen, D.L., 2016. Use of the Endocuff during routine colonoscopy examination improves adenoma detection: A meta-analysis. World journal of gastroenterology, 22(43), p.9642.
8. Patil, R., Ona, M.A., Ofori, E. and Reddy, M., 2016. Endocuff-assisted colonoscopy-a novel accessory in improving adenoma detection rate: a review of the literature. Clin Endosc, 49(6), pp.533-538.
9. Steele, S.R., Johnson, E.K., Champagne, B., Davis, B., Lee, S., Rivadeneira, D., Ross, H., Hayden, D.A. and Maykel, J.A., 2013. Endoscopy and polyps-diagnostic and therapeutic advances in management. World Journal of Gastroenterology: WJG, 19(27), p.4277.
10. Schauer, C., Chieng, M., Wang, M., Neave, M., Watson, S., Van Rijnsoever, M., Walmsley, R. and Jafer, A., 2022. Artificial intelligence improves adenoma detection rate during colonoscopy. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 135(1561), pp.22-30.
11. Horimatsu, T., Sano, Y., Tanaka, S., Kawamura, T., Saito, S., Iwatate, M., Oka, S., Uno, K., Yoshimura, K., Ishikawa, H. and Muto, M., 2015. Next-generation narrow band imaging system for colonic polyp detection: a prospective multicenter randomized trial. International journal of colorectal disease, 30(7), pp.947-954.
12. Kamiński, M.F., Hassan, C., Bisschops, R., Pohl, J., Pellisé, M., Dekker, E., Ignjatovic-Wilson, A., Hoffman, A., Longcroft-Wheaton, G., Heresbach, D. and Dumonceau, J.M., 2014. Advanced imaging for detection and differentiation of colorectal neoplasia: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Guideline. Endoscopy, 46(05), pp.435-457.
14. Kita, A., Kuribayashi, S., Itoi, Y., Sato, K., Hashimoto, Y., Kasuga, K., Tanaka, H., Hosaka, H., Nagai, K., Ramberan, H. and Uraoka, T., 2022. Efficacy of using red dichromatic imaging throughout endoscopic submucosal dissection procedure. Surgical Endoscopy, pp.1-7.
15. Ikenoyama, Y., Iri, A., Imai, H. and Nakagawa, H., 2022. Endoscopic submucosal dissection of an early-stage gastric tumor with minimal bleeding using full-time red dichromatic imaging. Endoscopy, 54(S 02), pp.E1001-E1002.