FAQ

G-EYE™

The G-EYE™ endoscope is a GI endoscope having a permanently integrated re-usable balloon at its bending section.
Main use for G-EYE™ endoscope is in the day-to-day colonoscopy, where it enables increase adenoma and polyp detetion rates. It can also be used for endoscope stabilization during therapy and for double balloon endoscopy.
Every trained GI physician may use the G-EYE™ endoscope.
G-EYE™ colonoscopy increases polypa dn adenoma detection rates, it enables improved therapeutic capabilities via its endoscope stabilization capabilities, and it allows for doulbe balloon enteroscopy.

NaviAid™ AB

The NaviAidTM AB is intended to perform on-demand deep small bowel enteroscopy, either upper or lower.
The NaviAidTM AB enables advancement of up to 350cm in the jejunum and 150cm in the ileum.
Any endoscope having a tool channel larger than 3.7mm, hence all colonoscopes and various pediatric colonoscopes and therapeutic gastroscopes
No. During the procedure you can always decide whether or not you wish to use the device..
Once in the small bowel, deep advancement requires a few minutes only. Average time is around 7 minutes.
The NaviAidTM AB can be taken out at any time during the procedure. Once use of any other accessory is concluded, the NaviAidTM AB can be inserted again to continue advancement or perform Controlled WithdrawalTM.
=Risks involved in using the NaviAidTM AB are no different than those incurred in endoscopy in general. No adverse event has been reported that is related to the use of the NaviAidTM AB.

NaviAid™ ABC

The NaviAidTM ABC is intended to assist during challenging colonoscopy, during the procedure without any pre-procedure preparation.
During challenging colonoscopy, the NaviAidTM ABC saves time, potentially reduces risk of perforation and increase completion yield.
Any endoscope having a tool channel larger than 3.7mm, hence all colonoscopes and some pediatric colonoscopes.
No. During the procedure you can always decide whether or not you need to use the device.
The NaviAidTM ABC can be taken out at any time during the procedure. Once use of any other accessory is concluded, the NaviAidTM ABC can be inserted again to continue advancement or perform Controlled WithdrawalTM.
Risks involved in using the NaviAidTM AB are no different than those incurred in endoscopy in general. No adverse event has been reported that is related to the use of the NaviAidTM ABC.