DDW 2024: A Resounding Success for EndoFresh


Last week, Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2024 concluded with great success. Jointly sponsored by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE), and the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT), DDW is the largest and most prestigious academic conference and exhibition in the field of digestive diseases worldwide. This year marked EndoFresh's debut at this prominent event.

As the world’s first and only disposable digestive endoscope with CE, FDA, and NMPA certification, EndoFresh made a grand entrance at DDW 2024. We showcased our XZING-S2 processor, disposable endoscopes XZING-W200B and XZING-C200B, the portable processor GEC-2000P, and a variety of digestive endoscopes with different instrumental channels (3.2~4.2mm) and lengths (900~1600mm).

Our booth attracted numerous doctors and partners, who praised the image quality and performance of our disposable digestive endoscopes. The high integration of multiple functions in our supporting host, its compatibility with all EndoFresh endoscopes, and its adaptability to hospital workstations and monitors, as well as its portability for use outside hospitals, garnered significant attention. These features meet the needs of various scenarios, enhancing operational efficiency and safety.

Clinical Study Presentation

EndoFresh's clinical study was also highlighted at DDW. Dr. Min Wang from the Strategic Support Force Specialty Medical Center delivered an oral presentation on "Portable Disposable Endoscopy for the Management of Emergency Bedside Bleeding: A Prospective, Randomized, Non-Controlled Study."

Dr. Wang emphasized that the portable disposable endoscope, which requires no washing and offers a quick response, enhances rescue efficiency. It is suitable for emergencies, field readiness, bedside patient care, and special examinations.

The study results showed a 95.2% success rate for endoscopy in both groups. No significant differences were observed in clinical operability, image quality, device failure rate, patient mortality, or adverse events (P>0.05), indicating the portable disposable digestive endoscope system is as safe and effective as traditional systems in emergency bedside treatments.

Additionally, the portable system significantly reduced equipment preparation and transport times compared to traditional endoscopes (P<0.05), improving operational efficiency, reducing patient wait times, and minimizing the risk of cross-infection. This provides a safer, more efficient, and convenient alternative for emergency bedside endoscopy.

Looking Ahead
DDW 2024 provided EndoFresh with an excellent platform to showcase our innovative products and engage with the global medical community. We are grateful to everyone who visited our booth, shared insights, and recognized the value of our products. We look forward to continuing this journey of innovation and collaboration at DDW 2025 in San Diego. See you there!