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The Aer-O-Scope Colonoscope is designed to introduce a new paradigm for colorectal screening that would help physicians and clinics screen patients. It is designed to ensure visualization behind folds, exert 10 times less pressure on the colon wall for a safe procedure, and to eliminate the risk of disease transmission.

Aer-O-Scope colonoscopea Advantages -Designed to Ensure Visualization Behind Folds

360° Visualization

  • Helps to detect pathologies behind haustral folds
  • Enables more intuitive navigation and orientation


  • Designed to help reduce the risk of disease transmission
  • Saves time and expense of costly cleaning and sterilization

Easy to Use

  • Self-propelled pneumatic intubation may speed up learning curves


  • Automatic pressure regulation reduces pressure on colon wall
  • Soft-multi-luminal cable for gentler procedure
  • Disposable single use device helps reduce the risk of disease transmission
  • Designed to exert 10 times less pressure on the colonic wall than a standard colonoscope

Latest News

GI View Ltd. Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for the New Aer-O-Scope® Disposable Colonoscope System with Working Channels for Therapeutic Intervention During Colorectal Cancer Screening

Check out our clinical trial results published in GIE

Our in-vivo visualization study results have been published in Endoscopy International Open

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  • Aer-O-Scop Colonoscope

    A disposable soft tube colonoscope with pneumatic self-propulsion mechanism, 360° visualization and intuitive joystick control.

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  • Clinical/Preclinical

    Animal trials were conducted to substantiate 360° visualization capabilities and safety targets. Human trials were conducted to demonstrate efficacy.

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“Although the Aer-O-Scope system has many novel features, including technique of navigation and different depiction of the acquired image, my colleagues and I could reach proficiency on it in a strikingly short time period of half a day when training for the study.”

Nathan Gluck, M.D., Ph.D. Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center Investigator in the Tel Aviv randomized in vivo visualization study in swine