The Endoflip® System is an additional tool that can be used with other diagnostic methods to evaluate patients with symptoms consistent with gastrointestinal motility disorders. Endoflip® transforms how dysphagia assessment is performed enabling medical professionals to provide exceptional patient care by minimizing patient discomfort.
With new added Flip® Topography module, Endoflip® 2.0 will transform how esophageal motility assessment is performed by providing real-time measurements to determine if the patient has a major motility disorder at the time of upper endoscopy.
The Flip® Topography module allows the clinician to view unique contractility patterns generated by Endoflip® esophageal diameter measurements over time. The patterns observed can be used as an early screening mechanism for conditions such as achalasia, GEJ outflow obstruction conditions or other major and minor disorders of peristalsis.
Flip® Topography produces repetitive visual cues, not available elsewhere, that assist the caregiver in determining if a patient has a major motility disorder. All this can be achieved during standard endoscopic assessment under sedation.
“The evolution of esophageal function testing has moved rapidly over the last 10 years along the continuum of manometric technique and bolus transit assessment. Flip® offers an innovative method that enhances the assessment of esophageal function in various diseases including the management of achalasia. Emerging evidence also supports the clinical relevance of Flip® in assessing disease severity and measuring outcomes in EoE.”
Functional Lumen Imaging Probe for the Management of Esophageal Disorders: Expert Review From the Clinical Practice Updates Committee of the AGA Institute.
Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2017 Mar;15(3):325-334.
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