Improving the detection rate of difficult to discover lesions has been one of the major challenges within the field of endoscopy in recent years. Fujifilm has continuously worked on the development of image processing technologies such as Linked Color Imaging (LCI) and Blue Light Imaging (BLI) utilising specific wavelengths of light to support early cancer detection and characterisation.
Recently Fujifilm has developed a new technology known as “CAD EYE” to support colonic polyp detection and characterisation during colonoscopy, utilising Fujifilm's medical AI technology named REiLI. CAD EYE is a customised detection and characterisation support compatible with the ELUXEO and ELUXEO Lite system.
CAD EYE has been developed utilising AI deep learning technology and is compatible with Fujifilm’s ELUXEO™ endoscopy series to support endoscopic lesion detection and characterisation in the colon.
CAD EYE has been trained with a powerful supercomputer located in Fujifilm’s global AI technology centre in Tokyo, utilising an immense amount of clinical images using Fujifilm endoscopy systems. As a result, CAD EYE is a customised detection and characterisation support compatible with the ELUXEO™ system.
CAD EYE is aimed to improve the real time polyp detection rate to expert level, helping to recognise flat lesions, multiple polyps simultaneously as well as any lesions at the corner of the image. CAD EYE Detection is possible with White Light and LCI (Linked Color Imaging) mode.
Once a suspected polyp is detected by CAD EYE Detection (WLI or LCI), CAD EYE Characterisation - in combination with BLI - can support endoscopists in the diagnosis of the polyp. This function analyses in real-time and without freezing or zooming if a polyp is hyperplastic or neoplastic, which is visually indicated by the use of different colour codes in the Position Map. CAD EYE Characterisation is aimed to make procedures more efficient by increasing the accuracy of diagnosis to expert-level.*
The development of the interface has been designed to enable comfortable procedures. It does not interfere with clinical images and minimises required eye movement. Its display is designed to be simple and intuitive for excellent support during long hours in the examination room.
CAD EYE works with the expansion unit EX-1 and the CAD EYE software EW10-EC02. With software EW10-SC01 up to 30 hours of movie and still image material can be stored in the internal memory of EX-1. It can easily be controlled with the scope switch or directly at the processor.
|Compatible processors||VP-7000 / EP-6000|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||370.0 x 99.0 x 465.6 mm|
|Compatible scopes||700 series colonoscopes|
|Package Content||USB flash drive for CAD EYE installation|
|Compatible scopes||Compatible with 700/600/500 series endoscopes excl. ultrasonic endoscopes|
|Package Content||USB flash drive for installation basic functions (recording, network)|
The complete Endoscopy on Air event "The Future is now": Experts discussed the latest innovations in endoscopy including AI, provided live demonstrations, and debated resection trends and COVID-19.
Dr. Emanuele Rondonotti explains how CAD EYE works and provides some valuable hints on how to receive good results on the detection and characterisation of polyps in the colon - supported by AI.
In this webinar, hosted by ESGE, you will find out more about "New Technologies in Endoscopy: Real time optical detection & characterisation and a novel approach to haemostasis" (With Prof. Pech, Dr. Hassan, Prof. Neumann, Dr. Rondonotti and Dr. Weigt).
Prof. Helmut Neumann (Interventional Endoscopy Center, University of Mainz, Germany) answered our questions regarding Artificial Intelligence and CAD EYE.
Prof. Cesare Hassan (Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy Unit, Nuovo Regina Margherita Hospital Rome, Italy) shared his experience with the CAD EYE function in his lecture "How can I maximize my ADR" during UEG Week 2019.
|20-22 June 2021||Brussels, Belgium|
|9-10 July 2021||Athens, Greece|
|2-6 October 2021||Virtual Congress||