A Clinical Study To Measure The Effect Of Use Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Enabled Computer Aided Detection (CADe) Assistance Software In Detecting Colon Polyps During Standard Colonoscopy Procedures (ColonCADe)

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EndoVigilant

Status

Terminated

Conditions

Colon Neoplasm
Colon Adenoma
Colon Polyp

Treatments

Device: EndoVigilant Software

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Industry

Identifiers

NCT04555135
EV-03-0001

Details and patient eligibility

About

EndoVigilant software device augments existing colonoscopy procedure video in real-time by highlighting colon polyps and mucosal abnormalities. It is intended to assist gastroenterologists in detection of adenomas and serrated polyps. The device is an adjunctive tool and is not intended to replace physicians' decision making related to detection, diagnosis or treatment. This study with an adaptive design measures the clinical benefit (increase in detection of adenomatous and serrated polyps) and increased risk (increased extraction of non-adenomas) during standard colonoscopy procedures when EndoVigilant software device is used.

Full description

This study will analyze the clinical benefit and risk of using the EndoVigilant polyp detection assistance software based device during screening and surveillance colonoscopy procedures. The study subjects will be randomized to a procedure with or without the use of EndoVigilant software. While using this device, colonoscopy will continue to be performed in the standard manner as is done without the use of this device. The video signal from the colonoscope will be fed into a computer running the EndoVigilant software in addition to the standard video output to the procedure monitor. The gastroenterologist performing the procedure will therefore be able to observe a standard colonoscopy video on the primary monitor and the augmented video on the second monitor. The gastroenterologist may rely on the second monitor (with augmented video generated from EndoVigilant software) for polyp detection, but the standard procedure monitor with the original feed will always be operational and available for maneuvers such as fast insertion, polypectomy etc. The study will have an adaptive design with an interim analysis after 700 subjects to re-estimate the final sample size of the study. The study will include a diverse set of endoscopists across age, sex, years of experience and practice settings. In order to comply with FDA guidance this pivotal study will only include endoscopists with ADR of 25-40% in their routine clinical practice. At the discretion of Endovigilant, endoscopists with an ADR of <25% or >40% may be included for a separate exploratory analysis to examine the impact of the system on endoscopists with ADR outside of the FDA-mandated range. But in accordance with FDA guidance, the procedures done by these endoscopists will not be included in the primary endpoint analysis.

Enrollment

769 patients

Sex

All

Ages

45+ years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • Patient is 45 years old or older.
  • Patient is presenting for colon cancer screening or low-risk surveillance colonoscopy. Low risk surveillance is defined as the patient qualifying for a colonoscopy surveillance interval of 5 years based on US Multi-Society Task Force 2020 Guidelines (i.e., up to 4 tubular adenomas <1cm, up to 4 sessile serrated polyps <1cm on most recent colonoscopy).
  • Informed consent document for participating in the study signed by patient or patient's guardian.

Exclusion criteria

  • Patient has known history of inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease).
  • Patient has known or suspected polyposis or hereditary colon cancer syndrome (such as familial adenomatous polyposis, hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer).
  • Patient referred for diagnostic colonoscopy to work up symptoms (such as abdominal pain or bleeding), laboratory abnormalities (such as anemia) or imaging findings (such as masses found on imaging).
  • Patient has history of colon resection (not including appendectomy).

Trial design

769 participants in 2 patient groups

Colonoscopy Procedure with EndoVigilant Software
Experimental group
Description:
Colonoscopy Procedure is performed with EndoVigilant Software assisting the gastroenterologist during colonoscopy procedure.
Treatment:
Device: EndoVigilant Software
Colonoscopy Procedure without EndoVigilant Software
No Intervention group
Description:
Colonoscopy Procedure is performed without EndoVigilant Software assisting the gastroenterologist during colonoscopy procedure.

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