J.W. Ruby Adds Third Omega System to Advanced Center for Endoscopy

J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital recently installed a third interventional endoscopy system from Omega to their Advanced Center for Endoscopy. The third system is the most advanced image-guided endoscopy system available – the Omega E-View.AI. The E-View.AI is the only ERCP fluoro system proven to reduce radiation exposure to both patients and staff.

Located in Morgantown, J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital is the flagship hospital in the West Virginia University Health System. The mission for WVU Health is to improve the health of West Virginians and everyone they serve through excellence in patient care, research, and education. J.W. Ruby provides the most advanced level of care available to patients in West Virginia and neighboring states and is ranked number one in the state by U.S. News & World Report.

The WVU Medicine Advanced Center for Endoscopy provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of complex gastrointestinal diseases with minimally invasive procedures using the most advanced therapeutic endoscopy, X-ray technology, and ultrasound. The Center combines innovative education, research, and technology to provide the highest quality of patient care.

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The advanced X-ray technology used by J.W. Ruby is provided by Omega Medical Imaging in Sanford, Florida. Omega is an innovator in the design, manufacture, delivery, and support of AI image-guided interventional systems for hospitals and healthcare facilities around the world. As a US-based company, Omega is the only manufacturer of interventional systems that are proven to dramatically reduce radiation exposure to patients and staff beyond what is possible with conventional systems.

The Omega E-View.AI offers several advantages that conventional IE systems cannot:

  • AI detects the doctor’s region of interest – allowing for hands-free operation
  • Maintains the full field of view (FOV) while delivering the highest level of image quality for the region of interest (ROI)
  • Automatically reduces radiation exposure to patients and staff by up to 84%
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