Submucosal “third-space” endoscopy
When partnered with GCP, patients with lesions in the GI tract have access to a minimally invasive surgical approach to remove polyps or early cancerous cells from the esophagus, stomach, colon, or rectum.
- ESD and POEM: Procedures that remove tumors or treat swallowing disorders by working within the digestive tract wall layers.
- G-POEM: An adaptation for treating delayed stomach emptying (gastroparesis) by targeting the pylorus muscle.
- Probe-Based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy (PCLE): This technology aids in identifying and removing cancerous or precancerous tissue in real time during endoscopy.
- Sphincterotomy and Stent Implantation: Advanced interventional endoscopy to alleviate obstructions in the digestive tract by inserting small tubes or stents endoscopically, often used as an initial step before more invasive interventions.