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Volume 309, 20202019 International Conference on Computer Science Communication and Network Security (CSCNS2019)
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A survey of video capsule endoscope system based on wireless energy transfer technology
Nanchang Institute of Technology, Nanchang, China
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The wireless capsule endoscope system allows clinicians to directly observe the image of the inner wall of the human gastrointestinal tract and obtain the most intuitive information at the lesion. Compared with traditional endoscopic detection technology, its painless, non-invasive, safe and convenient, full gastrointestinal detection features make this technology a research focus in the field of medical devices at home and abroad. As a new non-invasive detection technology for gastrointestinal diseases, the working time, image frame rate and image quality of the existing wireless capsule endoscope system cannot fully meet the needs in clinical applications. The cause of these problems lies in the capsule. The internal space of the speculum is limited, and only the button battery can be used as the energy source. Therefore, it is necessary to design a video capsule endoscope based on wireless energy transmission technology. This article is a review of Zhu Zhanquan, Xue Kaifeng, Lu Ruiqi and other scholars.
Key words: Capsule endoscope / Wireless / Energy transfer
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