Study supports Motus GI's Pure-Vu System efficacy — 3 findings

Rachel Popa - Print  |

A study examining the efficacy of Motus GI's Pure-Vu system was published in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology.

The key details to know:

1. The multi-center clinical study found the Pure-Vu System increased the number of subjects with an adequate bowel cleansing level — from five at baseline to nineafter use of the Pure-Vu System — on the Boston Bowel Preparation Score.

2. The study was based on Motus-GI's multi-center feasibility study, which enrolled 50 patients undergoing colonoscopies with poorly prepared colons in Spain and Israel.

3. Motus GI CEO Tim Moran said, "The data also further supports our confidence in the Pure-Vu System's ability to successfully cleanse the colon and reduce the number of failed and repeat procedures." said

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