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Fujifilm Introduces Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection Device ‘Tracmotion’

Written by : Aishwarya Sarthe

April 23, 2024

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Source: Press Release

This feature, designed for single-operator use, enhances flexibility and maneuverability, potentially streamlining procedures and improving patient outcomes.

Fujifilm, renowned for its contributions to endoscopy solutions, has introduced Tracmotion, an innovative Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection (ESD) device.  This unveiling occurred at Endocon 2024 in Delhi, a platform for gastroenterology advancements.

Tracmotion, the latest innovation from Fujifilm, promises to redefine ESD procedures. Unlike traditional methods, Tracmotion offers a 360° rotatable retraction capability, allowing for precise tissue manipulation independent of the endoscope's movement. 

This feature, designed for single-operator use, enhances flexibility and maneuverability, potentially streamlining procedures and improving patient outcomes.

According to Dheeraj Chaudhri, head of the Endoscopy Systems Division, FUJIFILM India, "Tracmotion revolutionizes endoscopic procedures, enabling endoscopists to effortlessly control the distal end of the device with simple, single-hand movements, independent of the endoscope's motion." 

By eliminating complex locking mechanisms, according to Chaudhri, TRACMOTION enhances efficiency during procedures, potentially facilitating the block extraction, reducing the need for lifting agents, minimizing device exchanges, and shortening procedure times.

Sharing thoughts, Tomosuke Okada, business advisor, Endoscopy Systems Division, FUJIFILM India, said, "Our commitment to advancing endoscopic technology reflects our goal of enhancing patient care." Okada added, "By continuously innovating, we aim to equip healthcare professionals with tools that improve diagnostics and treatments."

Fujifilm’s Latest Series of Developments

In a separate development, Fujifilm India installed an Open MRI machine, "APERTO Lucent," at Vijaya Diagnostic Center in Hyderabad. This state-of-the-art equipment aims to enhance diagnostic accuracy and patient comfort. The installation aligns with Fujifilm India's strategy to expand its presence in the Indian healthcare market.
Earlier this month, Fujifilm India introduced its latest advancement in diagnostic imaging technology, the Echelon Synergy MRI machine.

According to the company, the Echelon Synergy MRI machine signifies a notable advancement in healthcare technology, providing efficient performance and affordability.

Engineered with advanced features, the system aims to enhance the imaging experience for healthcare professionals and patients.

Previously, the leading provider of total healthcare imaging solutions - Fujifilm, unveiled its latest Aloka Arietta 850 endoscopic ultrasound system (EUS) installation at Fortis Hospital, Bengaluru.

The Aloka Arietta 850 EUS system aims to revolutionize diagnosing and treating various GI ailments. Equipped with innovative features, the machine enables targeted treatments, such as pancreatic pseudocyst drainage and precise treatment delivery in pancreatic cancers, without invasive surgery.


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