I know we all have a right to our own opinion but I�ve noticed several newbie�s of late voicing a lot of worry about the condition of Inkp going forward-- an orchestrated effort on their part maybe?
Yes, you are missing something.
They are talking about the diagnostic yield in the small intestine.
The M2A is useful for the small bowel. It tumbles in the large bowel and isn't useful there.
Colonoscopy is useful for the large bowel. It is not very effective in the small bowel.
Trying to compare the two is, at this time, senseless - they serve two different functions.
What is the diagnostic yield of a colonoscopy?
"The FDA based its decision on clinical data showing an analysis of 32 independent studies with a total of 691 patients. The analysis compared the Given Diagnostic System with other modalities including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, small bowel follow through (SBFT), push-enteroscopy, CT scan, abdominal x-ray, angiography, and intra-operative enteroscopy. Capsule endoscopy had a diagnostic yield of 71% whereas all the other modalities together had a total diagnostic yield of only 41%."
Maybe I missed something, I found the last sentence ridiculous. Maybe I am a dummy.
"it's a given"
Mabye I should just make predictions.
I can see you didn't know what M2A was used for, and now you're trying to save face with contentless sarcasm. My mistake for thinking you were trying to say something, however garbled, in your first post.
How was it a "pro inkp stmt"? How did it have anything to do with Inkine, which (did you know) makes a prep pill for colonoscopy?
BTW, I bet people sometimes recommend posts that have information in them.