Given Imaging has introduced a new version of esophageal manometry analysis solution, designed for use in the company's ManoScan ESO test to assess esophageal motor function.
Using the latest Chicago classification parameters, ManoView ESO v3.0 solution analyzes esophageal motility disorders including dysphagia, achalasia, and diffuse esophageal spasms (DES) and provides increased confidence in manometry analysis.
ManoView ESO v3.0, which has advanced capabilities including expanded language support, is compatible with Hospital Information System (HIS).
In addition, the solution offers benefits such as reduced training requirements through a consistent and repeatable process, increased confidence in manometry analysis as well as true three-dimensional visualization of the esophagogastric junction (EGJ).
Northwestern Memorial Hospital spokesperson John Pandolfino said the new solution keeps pace with the recent improvements in manometric interpretation and classification.
"This system is intuitive and demonstrates a high level of accuracy in data analysis and suggested classification," Pandolfino added.