In the evolving field of gastroenterology, Lumendi's new DiLumen EZ
1 represents a significant advancement in the approach to complex polypectomies. This device is intended to support endoluminal procedures such as a EMR and even complex colonoscopies, emphasizing patient safety and procedural efficiency. Its design incorporates a soft, self-lubricating sheath and a unique balloon mechanism to stabilize the anatomy, facilitating improved control and visibility for the clinician. Further details can be found by viewing this How it Works animation. Leddy is proud to introduce the new dilution. Ez One, the streamlined platform is specifically engineered for high volume endoluminal procedures. The dilution Ez One integrates the essential features from the dilution platform to support the majority of endoluminal cases such as EMR or challenging colonoscopies. While being economically designed for routine use. It addresses the crucial factors of stability, endoscope compatibility and procedural technique needed to achieve optimal outcomes with an emphasis on accessibility and compatibility. The dilution easy one continues to integrate seamlessly with all standard and small diameter colonoscopies easy ones, soft flexible sheath boasts a self lubricating coating activated by sterile water or saline, enhancing both visibility and 1 to 1 movement during procedures. Without the use of messy lubricants. A single balloon holds dilution and the anatomy in a fixed position. As the endoscope advances together, the endoscope and dium in e one effectively neutralizes torturous anatomy. As the clinician navigates to the sem, a straightened or reduced colon enables better control of instruments and the endoscope during therapeutic procedures with the dilution and endoscope in position, the balloon is inflated to stabilize the endoscope tip within the colon when performing endoscopic mucosal resection or a similar procedure. The clinician begins with a submucosal injection to create a cushion. Then a snare or similar tool can be employed through the endoscopes working channel to remove the polyp. Throughout the procedure, the inflated balloon stabilize the endoscope and maintains position within the anatomy. This additional stability and flattening effect from the balloon provides clearer, more direct visualization of target polyps and the surrounding anatomy. Lastly, the polyp and endoscope can be removed while the dilution remains in position, the balloon and the sheath effectively functions as an intraoperative conduit, facilitating safe and efficient access. It so enables repeated insertion and removal of tools and tissue without losing position, thereby saving valuable time navigating back and forth to the therapeutic site. Lumini proudly continues to partner with health care leaders around the world to further develop new solutions that improve patients lives and reduce health care costs. For more information, please go to www dot L mendi.com.