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  • 1. PILL CAMERA
    PRESENTED BY:
    ASHUTOSH MISHRA ( VAAGESWARI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ,KARIMNAGAR)
    M.RAJENDAR ( JOYTHISMATHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KARIMNAGAR )
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    It’s a pill sized camera, which can travel through our body and takes pictures of internal parts.
    It takes pictures of our intestine and transmits the same to the receiver of the Computer for analysis of our digestive system.
    It is slightly larger than normal capsule.
    It can take 50,000 shots of internal body.
  • 3. CONVENTIONAL method
  • 4. Currently, standard method of detecting abnormalities in the intestines is through endoscopic examination
    But these scopes are unable to reach through all of the 20-foot-long small intestine, and thus provide only a partial view of that part of the bowel.
    CONVENTIONAL method
  • 5. DESCRIPTION
  • 6. DESCRIPTION
    Capsule has a clear end that allows the camera to view the lining of the small intestine.
    The wireless camera takes thousands of high-quality digital images within the body as it passes through the entire length of the small intestine.
    The latest pill camera is sized at 26*11 mm
    Capsule is designed to transmit several biomedical signals, such as pH, temp and pressure.
  • 7. WORKING
    As said earlier it is slightly larger than normal capsule.
    The patient swallows the capsule and the natural muscular waves of the digestive tract propel it forward through stomach, into small intestine, through the large intestine.
    It takes snaps as it glides through digestive tract more than twice a second.
    Capsule transmits the images to a data recorder, which is worn on a belt around the patient's waist while going about his or her day as usual.
  • 8. WORKING
    The physician then transfers the stored data to a computer for processing and analysis.
    The complete traversal takes around eight hours and after it has completed taking pictures it comes out of body as excreta.
    Study results showed that the camera pill was safe, without any side effects, and was able to detect abnormalities in the small intestine, including parts that cannot be reached by the endoscope.
  • 9. CIRCUIT Block diagram of Transmitter
  • 10. CIRCUIT Block diagram of receiver
  • 11. EXTERNAL CONTROL UNIT
  • 12. CONTROL PARTS
  • 13. DRAWBACKS
    Unfortunately, patients with gastrointestinal structures or narrowing are not good candidates for this procedure due to the risk of obstruction(bolckade)
    Patient may end up in the emergency room for intestinal obstruction.
    It becomes impossible to control the camera behavior, including the on/off power functions and effective illuminations inside the intestine.
    Costlier than Endoscopy.
  • 14. CONCLUSION
    This would bring revolutionary changes for detection of abnormalities .
    This would replace Endoscopy.
    This would relieve the patient from strain of endoscopic treatment.
  • 15. Queries ???