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Technology to Support Polyp
Detection & Sizing

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

*Clinical Decision Support Software (CDSS)

Detection & Sizing Decision Support in Real-Time
During a Colonoscopy Procedure

Argus is vendor neutral by integrating with your current EHR, scopes and processors to create the least amount of workflow changes. Argus is launched during the procedure to aid in decision making of polyp detection and sizing. Argus helps detect the polyps utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning while capturing images simultaneously. The clinician then can make the decision to size the polyp utilizing Argus decision support. The rest of the workflow is without change.

Argus Assists Clinicians in:

Identifying Adenomas


Reducing Miss Rates


Improving Patient Recall


Initial Estimate of Polyp & Non-Polypoid Lesion Sizing


This vendor neutral technology allows the utilization of current processors and is independent of EMRs.

Utilizing a robust database of videos and images, Argus has vast polyp identification intelligence to assist clinicians with detection and sizing of all types of polyps, including flat.


Argus assists the clinician in assessing polyp size during a colonoscopy using machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to help standardize the polyp size estimates within the patient’s EHR in a way that guides the clinician’s visual estimates. This helps inform the clinician in determining appropriate surveillance intervals for the patient.


Argus assists in the detection of polyps by providing a separate image, based on information in the patient’s EHR, that shows highlighted areas of possible adenomatous or serrated tissue for a closer inspection by the clinician. It does not alter the image provided by the colonoscope processor.

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*Argus is clinical decision support software that functions within an EHR, and is not intended for use as a medical device. It does not make a diagnosis, identify suspected adenomas, or direct treatment decisions, but it does organize information for the clinician relating to polyps. It is not intended to substitute for the advice of a clinician. The clinician should always use proper judgment in patient care, and should disregard Argus recommendations where clinically appropriate.


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