Capsule flushing is a technique used to take pictures of the inside of the abdomen for medical diagnosis. Recent advances have made it possible to remove certain parts and areas of the stomach during the injection.
The bottles are the same size as the standard bottles but slightly larger and with a smaller camera and battery-powered LED. After the patient swallows the pill, it moves into the abdomen and takes several photos per second which are sent to the wireless recorder that the patient is carrying. The main use of capsule mirroring is to examine areas of the small intestine that cannot be seen with other types of mirrors, such as peritoneal mirror mirroring or esophageal mirroring.