Clinicians’ Experience with Endosee Office Hysteroscopy


Feedback from 106 Endosee Trials with 42 Clinicians

Speed of Procedure:

  • Average time per procedure: Less than 3 minutes
  • Average time doctors were in the exam room per procedure: Less than 13 minutes
  • “With Endosee, we can turn over the room in 20 minutes” – Physician feedback

Visualization:

  • Cases in which visualization was reported “excellent” or “adequate”* 98%
  • Procedures with anatomical challenges in seeing the complete uterine cavity+ 9%

*Remaining 2% of procedures were stopped prematurely due to patient request.
+Severe obstruction due to Asherman’s syndrome, multiple polyps or fibroids, or if severely anteflexed uterine position.

Patient Comfort:

  • Patients reporting no discomfort or mild discomfort* 91.5%
  • Procedures in which NSAIDs were used 44.2%
  • Procedures in which a paracervical block was used 37.5%
  • Procedures in which a slight dilation was used 45.1%

*Discomfort reported was mostly due to uterine distention

Clearer Visualization than Pelvic Sonogram

“Endosee allowed myself and the patient a direct assessment of the uterine cavity. We were both surprised to see the reoccurrence and extent of intrauterine pathology that I was not able to appreciate on pelvic sonogram. This patient is scheduled for a second Endosee after discontinuing the oral contraceptives to see if the polyps resolve. If not, she will be scheduled for a second, operative hysteroscopy.”

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  • Steven Lindheim, MD, MMM
  • Wright State University
  • Boonshoft School of Medicine Dayton, OH

A More Thorough Evaluation, Faster Diagnosis

“I had a patient with persistent post-menopausal bleeding with a normal endometrial biopsy and transvaginal ultrasound, but I decided to also use Endosee because it is so easy to set up and poses such a low risk. Much to my surprise, I ended up finding one of the largest endometrial polyps I have ever seen. I would never have found this polyp had I not used Endosee since I probably would not have taken her to the OR or even done office hysteroscopy because I thought I wouldn’t find anything. But because Endosee is so quick and easy to use, I found significant pathology, treated the patient and her symptoms are completely resolved.”

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  • Abigail T. Feathers, MD
  • Specialty Physicians of Garrett County
  • Oakland, MD

Average time per procedure: Less than 3 minutes Average time doctors were in the exam room per procedure: Less than 13 minutes "With Endosee, we can turn over the room in 20 minutes" – Physician feedback

  • Feedback from 106 Endosee Trials with 42 Clinicians

"Endosee allowed myself and the patient a direct assessment of the uterine cavity. We were both surprised to see the reoccurrence and extent of intrauterine pathology that I was not able to appreciate on pelvic sonogram."

Steven Lindhelm, MD, MMM
  • Steven Lindhelm, MD, MMM
  • Wright State University
  • Boonshaft School of Medicine

Patients reporting no discomfort or mild discomfort* 91.5%
Procedures in which NSAIDs were used 44.2%
Procedures in which a paracervical block was used 37.5%
Procedures in which a slight dilation was used 45.1%

*Discomfort reported was mostly due to uterine distention.

  • Feedback from 106 Endosee Trials with 42 Clinicians