Single Centre Pilot Evaluating the use of Endocuff Vision in Screening Colonoscopy. Zacharias P. Tsiamoulos, Patel K, Misra R, Suzuki N, Haycock A, Thomas-Gibson S and Saunders B United European Gastroenterology Journal 2014:2 (Suppl 2)
In this study from the Wolfson Unit at St Marks Hospital London three experienced colonoscopists assessed the new ENDOCUFF VISION® attachment in their Bowel Cancer screening Programme by comparing ADR before and after using the ENDOCUFF VISION®. The mean adenoma detection rate rose from 52% without the ENDOCUFF VISION® to 76% using it and with a caecal intubation rate of over 98%.
|Colonoscopist and Number of times ENDOCUFF VISION® was used||Caecal intubation Rate %||Caecal intubation Rate %||Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR) %||Aenoma Detection Rate (ADR) %|
|No ENDOCUFF VISION®||ENDOCUFF VISION®||No ENDOCUFF VISION®||ENDOCUFF VISION®|