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  • 1. Kurdistan Board GEH: Weekly journal club Supervisor: Dr.Mohamed Shekhani Presenter: Dr.Abdulla Delmany.
  • 2. Introduction: Magnets are of interest to the endoscopist or surgeon because they exert a force over a distance and can therefore be used to control instruments remotely or to create compression forces.
  • 3. Magnet-assisted enteral tube placement & electromagnetic tube tracking The distal end of the tube contains a magnetic field sensor that is connected to an indicator light at the proximal end of the tube. A handheld external steering magnet is used to maneuver the tube through the pyloric sphincter. The indicator light signals when the external magnet has captured the magnet on the distal tip. To verify placement in the duodenum, duodenal fluid is aspirated and applied to pH paper that comes with the kit. The presence of alkaline fluid suggests post-pyloric placement, which should be verified by radiography.
  • 4. Magnetic endoscopic imaging & magnetic navigation colonoscopy: The ScopeGuide system (Olympus) uses electromagnetic fields to display colonoscope progress& loop formation, through-the-scope probe ot tiny wire coils positioned along the length of the colonoscope or probe. The magnetic fields from these wire coils induce an electric current in an external sensor coil,converted into real-time 3dimensional views of the colonoscope shaft conf guration and its location within the abdomen on a separate computer monitor.
  • 5. Magnet-assisted stent and foreign body removal: Magnets can be used in conjunction with endoscopy to aid in removal of ingested ferromagnetic objects such as batteries. Removal of endoscopically placed biliary/pancreatic stents by using an external magnet could obviate the need for a second endoscopy.
  • 6. A strong external permanent magnet attracts a biliary or pancreatic stent equipped with a magnetic proximal end. B, By use of appropriate maneuvers, the stent can be dislodged from its initial position to pass naturally.
  • 7. SURGICAL: Linx, Fenix& other devices: In 2012, FDA -approved for patients with GERD who are symptomatic despite maximal medical therapy. A series of titanium beads, each with a magnetic core, connected with independent titanium wires to form a ring shape. The magnetic beads are wrapped around the lower esophageal sphincter by using laparoscopy. Fenix magnetic anal sphincter. ESD, Minimal access surgery, natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES)& magnetic compression anastomosis magnets.
  • 8. Magnetic nanoparticles: Magnetic nanoparticles in specific target locations, used as a drug delivery system, especially for cytotoxic drugs, and as heat mediators for hyperthermia for localized tumor therapy and for a number of other applications.

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