REDEFINING DIAGNOSTIC ACCESS
Cancer is the leading cause of death in both developed and developing countries, accounting for about 10 million deaths in 2020 or 1 in 6 deaths.
Cancer in the endoluminal organs, such as nasopharynx, stomach, colon and rectum are hard to detect and usually have no symptoms in the early stages. Diagnosis is usually via endoscopy procedure and patients who have early access to such procedures have a much higher survival rate.
1. World Health Organization. (2022, February 3). Cancer. Retrieved from https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/cancer
Many Patients Face Delays in
Early Cancer Diagnosis due to
Lack of access to screening programs & clinical services
Lack of trained clinicians to perform diagnostic tests
Lack of diagnostic equipment to
Current Challenges with Endoscopy Procedures
Expensive capital outlay
Bulky equipment requiring dedicated space
Specialised user training required
Costly equipment maintenance
Our Solution: ENLYT™
An endoscopic diagnostic device that helps surgeons screen for signs of early cancers
Portable & Compact
Small form factor & lightweight
Touch Screen Control
Interactive user interface
Easy to Use
No additional training required
Image & Video
Data recording & media transfer capability
Cost & Space Efficient
No bulky equipment cost & installation
Duke Global Health Institute
It’s about that patient who shows up with a worrisome sore throat, and the doctor who knows exactly what to do. It shouldn’t be the absence of a simple piece of tubing that dictates what happens next.
If the local doctors had a flexible scope, they could pick up cases earlier and get them referred for treatment. I think we’d see better patient outcomes.