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  • Evaluation of C-Scan Capsule in Identifying Subjects With Elevated Risk of Colon Polyps Rochester, Minn. The main objective of the study is to determine the ability of the C-Scan system to identify subjects who are at elevated risk for colon polyps. This will be evaluated by comparing the C-Scan data to colonoscopy data. The C-Scan procedure is therefore performed before the colonoscopy procedure, in order to compare these tests and evaluate the C-Scan system's effectiveness. During the C-scan procedure, Subjects will be asked to come for an appointment in a clinic. during this appointment, The C-Scan Track will be attached to the subject's back. Subjects then will be asked to swallow the C-Scan capsule and will be released from the clinic to their routine. Subjects will be asked to ingest contrast agent fluid and fiber pills starting 48 hours before capsule swallowing, up to capsule natural excretion. Standard colonoscopy procedure will be performed within 60 days following the C-Scan Cap swallowing.
  • Prospective, Open Label, Pivotal Study of the Accuracy of the CapsoCam® Colon (CV-3) in Detecting Colonic Polyps, Using Colonoscopy as the Reference Rochester, Minn., Scottsdale/Phoenix, Ariz.

    The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of CapsoCam® Colon (CV-3) endoscope system for the detection of colonic polyps. It is anticipated that the data from this clinical trial will be used to support marketing authorizations to commercialize the CapsoCam® Colon (CV-3).

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  • Evaluation of C-Scan Capsule in Identifying Subjects With Elevated Risk of Colon Polyps Scottsdale/Phoenix, Ariz. The main objective of the study is to determine the ability of the C-Scan system to identify subjects who are at elevated risk for colon polyps. This will be evaluated by comparing the C-Scan data to colonoscopy data. The C-Scan procedure is therefore performed before the colonoscopy procedure, in order to compare these tests and evaluate the C-Scan system's effectiveness. During the C-scan procedure, Subjects will be asked to come for an appointment in a clinic. during this appointment, The C-Scan Track will be attached to the subject's back. Subjects then will be asked to swallow the C-Scan capsule and will be released from the clinic to their routine. Subjects will be asked to ingest contrast agent fluid and fiber pills starting 48 hours before capsule swallowing, up to capsule natural excretion. Standard colonoscopy procedure will be performed within 60 days following the C-Scan Cap swallowing.

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