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Introducing the Atmo Gas Capsule

An ingestible gas-sensing capsule which continuously measures gases directly at the source of production in the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) and transmits the data wirelessly.

Atmo measures Whole and Regional Gut Transit Times

Evaluation of suspected Motility Disorders

Measurements of gastrointestinal tract transit times are used for evaluating motility disorders such as gastroparesis and slow transit constipation.

Gastric emptying time (GET) is indicated for the evaluation of patients with suspected gastroparesis. Delayed gastric emptying is implicated in such disorders as idiopathic and diabetic gastroparesis and functional non-ulcer dyspepsia.

Colonic transit time (CTT) is indicated for the evaluation of colonic transit in patients with chronic constipation, to aid in differentiating slow and normal transit constipation.


The Atmo Gas-Sensing Capsule measures gases as it travels through the gastrointestinal tract and transmits the data wirelessly.

Transit times are derived from measures of temperature, hydrogen concentration, carbon dioxide concentration, along with indicators of oxygen level, capsule tumble, and antenna reflectance.

The Capsule can electronically report important data from these measures and wirelessly transmits the data which can be uploaded to the Cloud for aggregation, analysis and patient reporting.

The Atmo Gas Capsule System

1 The Atmo Motility Bar is a food product offered as an optional standardised meal to support the Atmo Gas Capsule System.
Note: The components shown in the Atmo Gas Capsule System image are for illustration purposes only. Actual products may differ.
A simple non-invasive solution

The Atmo Gas Capsule allows tests to be performed at home, without impacting daily activities.

Step 1

Physician prescribes the Atmo motility study to evaluate for motility disorders.

Step 2

Patient swallows Gas Capsule with a standardised meal.

Step 3

Data is continuously transmitted From the Gas Capsule to the Receiver.

Step 4

Patient goes about their daily activities during the study.

Step 5

Physician uploads data to the cloud for aggregation, analysis and patient reporting.

Step 6

Physician discusses the results with the patient.