The process of inserting a camera through a wire inside the intestine is called “colonoscopy” and the whole device is now embedded in an electronic capsule. The capsule passes through the stomach, passes through the intestines, and collects samples of all kinds of bacteria.
These bacteria can later be used to diagnose gastrointestinal diseases. We know that thousands of different types of bacteria in the stomach tell us a lot about our health. On the one hand, they can diagnose diabetes, on the other hand, they can tell which medicine will affect the body and which will be ineffective. Where is microbiology found?
This technique can be further improved to be used to examine the entire digestive tract, including the mouth, esophagus, stomach, liver, bladder, small and large intestine. The capsule was developed by Rahim Rahimi, a scientist at Purdue University, and his colleagues. He says it has never been possible to collect bacteria from any part of the large intestine. It is like a medicine-filled capsule that passes through the intestines and digestive tract. If there is bleeding in the intestines, it can also be reported.
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