The Endockscope system “serves as a paradigm”

“[We gave the ES kits out] with the idea that instead of having these people…travel…hundreds of miles to a main hospital for their endoscopy, the urologist could travel to a village with just the smartphone and the endoscope set-up and proceed to do a ton of endoscopy there,” says Ralph V. Clayman, MD.

In this video, Ralph V. Clayman, MD, discusses the background and findings of the Journal of Urology study, “Global assessments of the Endockscope system: long-term impact of cyber endoscopy.” Clayman is a professor of urology and chair of endourology at the University of California, Irvine.