AI-Assisted Polyp Detection  

Arm yourself with real-time data to increase your adenoma detection rate (ADR). Together we will lower colorectal cancer rates.

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$20B
25%
1%
~150k

spent each year in the U.S. on colon cancer screening

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of polyps are missed by physicians

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increase in ADR results in a 3% reduction in interval CRC risk

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new cases of colorectal cancer are diagnosed in the United States every year

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Depiction of Skout™ identifying a 5mm Sessile Serrated Lesion in the Ascending Colon

Iterative Scopes AI-assisted polyp detection algorithm, SKOUT™, will help you identify pre-cancerous polyp faster and more accurately while using your existing scope and monitor. We have trained our model on thousands of patient videos to ensure that our software can detect even the most difficult adenomas.

 

We are currently running a clinical trial to assess the impact of SKOUT™ on adenoma detection rate.

For Gastroenterologists

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AI-Enabled Documentation

Currently gastroenterologists spend significant time filling out post-procedure documentation. This includes logging start and end times of procedures, timestamps of reaching anatomical landmarks, summarizing biopsy / resection procedures and bowel prep scores. Based on the similar computer vision technology deployed in the endoscopy suite, Iterative Scopes has partnered with Provation to develop an AI-enabled documentation integration that aims to decrease post-procedure documentation time by 50% in the next two years. By using our technology, we can standardize clinical quality metrics, cut down administrative burden and allow you to spend more time with your patients.

1: Data from CDC: https://www.jwatch.org/na47723/2018/10/23/burden-and-costs-gastrointestinal-disease-us
 

2: Rex et al. large tandem trial in 1997
 

3: Corley DA, Jenson CD, Marks AR JR, et al. Adenoma detection rate and risk of colorectal cancer and death. The New England Journal of Medicine. 2014; 370: 2539–2541.

4: Data from ACS: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/colon-rectal-cancer/about/key-statistics.html