NBI is clinically proven to provide better clinical outcomes for NMIBC diagnosis and treatment.
A better view of superficial structures provides urologists with the best chances for improving the detection rate of superficial bladder tumors.
With NBI, it is simply easier to identify the malignant structures of NMIBC and other small tumors. This has a direct impact on patient outcomes: Compared to WLI, NBI visualizes 28% more CIS and reduces the risk of recurrence to 17% at one year.
It has been clinically proven that by using NBI during procedures more superficial tumors of the bladder mucosa are diagnosed than when using WLI. That ultimately leads to reduced recurrence rates. Explore the evidence in our NBI brochure.Download the NBI brochure
The following video collection aims to address the question “What do I actually see when activating the NBI mode?”. The NBI Portal supports educating urologists who want to start using NBI in their daily work as well as those who are already using NBI but want to imporve their knowledge. Professor Joergen Bjerggaard Jensen from Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark, recorded several flexible cystoscopies from his daily outpatient practice. The videos are grouped according to the bladder cancer classification to allow you to understand how different tumors and suspicious areas look in NBI compared to white light. In addition, Professor Olivier Traxer from Hôpital Tenon, Paris, France, recorded various flexible ureteroscopies from his daily clinical practice. The clips are clustered according to the different types of upper-tract cancer to allow you to understand how different tumors and suspicious areas look in NBI compared to white light.
On the following page, you will be able to access a large database of real-life clinical clips recorded by Professor Traxer and Professor Bjerggaard. As NBI is an advanced imaging technique, it is evident that short procedural videos will best explain how the technology can contribute to a more precise cancer diagnosis.Visit www.nbi-portal.eu/URO now