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Given camera pill

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Given Imaging's swallowable capsule for visualizing the inside of the small intestine to detect polyps, cancer or causes of bleeding gains FDA market go-ahead Aug. 1 via agency's 510(k) de novo process. The diagnostic imaging system is intended for use in conjunction with other endoscopic or radiological examinations. The capsule incorporates a small camera, lights, image transmitter and eight-hour battery (1"The Gray Sheet" July 30, 2001, p. 14)
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