Endoscopy

Olympus to Thrive in the Fluorescence Imaging Market with the €50 Million Acquisition of Quest Photonic

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Olympus to Thrive in the Fluorescence Imaging Market with the €50 Million Acquisition of Quest Photonic

Olympus has announced they entered into an agreement to acquire Quest Photonic Devices for up to $60.7 million (€50 million). This acquisition will support Olympus as they seek to strengthen their surgical endoscopy capabilities.  Netherlands-based Quest develops fluorescence imaging systems (FIS) enabling more surgical endoscopy capabilities compared to existing technologies. FIS refers to 4K light

iData ResearchOlympus to Thrive in the Fluorescence Imaging Market with the €50 Million Acquisition of Quest Photonic
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Top M&A Deals in the European Video Endoscopy Market

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Top M&A Deals in the European Video Endoscopy Market
Based on a recent report published by iData Research on the video endoscopy market within Europe, several mergers and deals occurred over the past year. Video endoscopy systems are used to view the live, color video of the interior of the body during diagnostic and therapeutic minimally invasive surgeries (MIS). Top most impactful M&A’s and
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FDA Allows At-Home Capsule Endoscopy Administration

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FDA Allows At-Home Capsule Endoscopy Administration

Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, The FDA has granted enforcement discretion allowing CapsoVision the ability to launch at-home administration of CapsoCam Plus®. This device consists of a  video capsule system intended for further visualization of the small bowel mucosa in adults.  Gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopes are flexible visualization instruments that are inserted into the alimentary canal

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New Cost-effective Microcapsule Used for Endoscopies

New Cost-effective Microcapsule Used for Endoscopies

Gastrointestinal testing and surveying methods, such as endoscopies and colonoscopies, are often very invasive and are limited in how much of the small intestine they can reach. Thus, there is a need to develop devices or techniques that can both increase the visibility of the gastrointestinal tract and decrease invasiveness while preserving functionality. Pill-shaped forms

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Top Product Releases to Follow in the Video Endoscopy Market

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Top Product Releases to Follow in the Video Endoscopy Market

According to the latest study by iData Research, the US Video Endoscopy Equipment market was valued at $972 million by 2020. The US market has been growing consistently over the past few years due to the growing popularity of minimally invasive surgery (MIS). Additionally, the market was primarily driven by the replacement of older and

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Fujifilm Partners with Caresyntax to Provide New Operating Room and Interventional Integration Platform

Fujifilm Partners with Caresyntax to Provide New Operating Room and Interventional Integration Platform

Fujifilm Medical Systems has announced they will partner with Caresyntax to develop Fujifilm Systems Integration. Caresyntax, a major developer in automation in surgical equipment and procedures, will be supplying their innovative automation intelligence to help create this Systems Integration. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increased need for streamlined surgical procedures and other hospital

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Laparoscopic Surgery Market is Threatened in Light of COVID19

Laparoscopic Surgery Market is Threatened in Light of COVID19

Based on the latest Laparoscopic Devices market analysis by iData Research, there are over 2.5 million laparoscopic surgeries performed in the US every year. Laparoscopy remains one of the most common minimally invasive surgical techniques, providing benefits of faster patient recovery, shorter hospital stays, and fewer post-operative complications. However, in the light of the COVID19

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Olympus Launches its Most Advanced Endoscopy System, EVIS X1

Olympus Launches its Most Advanced Endoscopy System, EVIS X1

Olympus has launched its most advanced endoscopy system to date, titled EVIS X1. This system builds upon previous technology by increasing intuitive control, and including several new features. Firstly, the EVIS X1 contains extended depth of field ability. This provides seamless magnification, and high magnification ability available at the touch of a button. The system

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Continuing Endoscopy Procedures in the Context of COVID-19

Continuing Endoscopy Procedures in the Context of COVID-19

Endoscopies can present a risk of spreading viral infections, if thorough protective measures are not taken. Bronchoscopes appear to carry the most significant risk. However, most procedures pose some level of risk, including colonoscopies. As continuing endoscopic procedures is integral for supporting some patients’ well-being, it is important to consider strategies to move forward while

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CMS Recommends Reopening Healthcare in Areas of Low COVID-19 Cases

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CMS Recommends Reopening Healthcare in Areas of Low COVID-19 Cases

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is reissuing new guidelines for states and regions seeing declining and stabilizing COVID-19 infection rates and recommending healthcare facilities in these areas to resume providing elective procedures to patients without COVID-19 symptoms. On March 18, 2020, the CMS announced they would postponing non-essential medical and surgical procedures

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