See More. Diagnose Smarter.
Experience the 360° difference with the all-new CapsoCam® Plus
Now with higher resolution and double the memory, CapsoCam® Plus provides the most comprehensive imaging available in capsule endoscopy.
Developed with Silicon Valley innovation, the all-new CapsoCam Plus System is a state-of-the-art, user-friendly capsule endoscopy solution that is designed, tested, and packaged in the U.S.A.
CapsoCam Plus is designed to improve diagnostic confidence by providing a full 360º panoramic lateral view of the small bowel mucosa. More detailed imaging and a larger vertical field of view allow for better tissue characterization than previous generations of CapsoCam.
Higher Resolution. Greater Clarity.
The imaging hardware in CapsoCam Plus has been completely redesigned to deliver a more thorough view of the mucosa.
These innovations CapsoCam Plus provide with nearly double the resolution of previous generation CapsoCam capsules–for the most comprehensive imaging available today.
Ampulla of Vater
Prominent lymphangiectasia and biopsies consistent with protein losing enteropathy
What You See Is What You Get
End-facing cameras only provide a limited view of the mucosa. Tumbling, incomplete illumination, and mucosal folds can further limit the value of an axial view capsule endoscope. CapsoCam® Plus overcomes these barriers by using four laterally oriented cameras to provide a full 360° panoramic image of the mucosa.
Disadvantages of an End-Facing Camera
CapsoCam® Plus Advantage
Break Free from Restrictive Receiver Equipment
CapsoCam Plus uses a large-capacity onboard storage system that completely eliminates the need for external receiver equipment. This wire-free onboard storage design makes capsule administration faster and easier, while eliminating the risks associated with radio frequency (RF) signals.
Benefits of the CapsoCam Plus wire-free design include:
- Zero capital investment or maintenance costs
- Not contraindicated for patients with implantable devices such as pacemakers, defibrillators, and insulin pumps
- Increased operational efficiency
- Reduced physician/nurse procedure room time
- More flexible scheduling