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Endoscopic CO2 Regulation Unit

During the endoscopy process, a small amount of air will be insufflated to visualize the gastrointestinal images but the remaining air may lead to slight abdominal distension. While CO2 is about 150 times faster than conventional air, carbon dioxide's rapid absorption properties keep abdominal distension and related pain to a minimum during the procedure and speed up the recovery afterwards.