BASIC classification Training

Welcome to the BASIC Classification training!

This modular training concept was developed to educate about BLI technology, train on BASCI Classification and strengthen knowledge on how to validate clinical images/videos of colorectal polyps to improve finding the correct  diagnose.

It is using the latest technology, with a focus on the user interface to ensure a good user experience on any device (desktop, tablet, mobile).

Good luck with the course!

 

[A] Getting started with BASIC classification

About BASIC Classification

Backgound: A new classification for differentiating subcentimetric hyperplastic, adenomatous polyps, and deeply invasive malignant lesions by using Blue Light Imaging (BLI, Fujinon) with high-definition with and without optical magnification.

Authors:  Raf Bisschops, Cesare Hassan, Pradeep Bhandari, Emmanuel Coron, Helmut Neumann, Oliver Pech, Loredana Correale, Alessandro Repici

What does BASIC stand for?

  • BLI Adenoma Serrated International Classification
  • Blue Adenoma Serrated Internal Classification
  • BLI Advanced Screening International Cluster

Why is it clinically relevant?

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What is the technology behind?

4-LED MULTI LIGHT™ TECHNOLOGY

The new definition of light – optimal Illumination using variable LED light intensity.

Achieving optimal diagnostic and therapeutic results in endoscopic procedures is highly dependent on image quality. Therefore the 4-LED Multi light technology was developed providing the observation mode BLI (Blue Light Imaging).


UNIQUE MULTI LIGHT TECHNOLOGY 

high-intensity illumination based on 4-LED Multi Light™ technology creates high-quality images with White Light and the new observation modes BLi (Blue Light imaging) and LCi (Linked Color imaging). With the involvement of numerous clinical experts, the ideal composition of four LEDs for each observation mode has been developed to achieve the optimal results in illumination. With a simple push of a button, you can easily switch between the following observation modes:

What does BLI stand for?

  • Blue Laser Imaging
  • Blue Light Imaging
  • Blue LED Imaging

[B] The BASIC classifications‘ Descriptions and Terminology

Course planning

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  • It allows administrators and trainers to easily schedule training times, events and other activities.
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  • It gives you a real-time overview of the progress, results and skills within your team.
  • It is the first step to creating a learning path.