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Share Tissue Slides and Fine Needle Aspirations in Real-Time - Absolutely No Scanning Required!
The PathStand is a complete macro digital imaging system that includes everything you need to capture and share crisp, detailed pictures of gross pathology specimens for frozen section consults, documentation, and reports. With integrated LED lighting, shadow-free background and custom cutting board create high quality HD images without hassles. De-gloving is unnecessary because the system can be controlled hands-free with the foot pedal. Images can be saved in multiple formats with and without the annotations, directly to LIS systems or file servers. Sharing images with colleagues is a one-click process, making it easier to do intraoperative and frozen section consults. The PathStand is the smart imaging choice for the pathology grossing laboratory.
PathTracker speeds the scanning of bulk sample containers accurately enabling without the added labor expense.
The First Remote-Controlled LIVE Macroscopic Imaging System
Confer With Colleagues Around The Corner Or Around The World with LIVE interactive tele-ultrasound.
Streamline your imaging process with the PathScope™ microscope imaging system. With the PathScope system, you can capture, accession, and share high quality images while maintaining your workflow.
Barcode scanning enables auto-accessioning of the case data. For instance, while examining slides, simply click the HistoSnap button to capture images without looking up from your eyepieces. The microscope objective tracker saves the magnification used so you can add accurate measurements later on.
Our intuitive PathSuite software interface was designed for pathology. Sharing images securely with remote colleagues is as easy as selecting their name from the software. Integrated audio and annotation tools make it simple to collaborate and consult with off-site specialists, PAs, and residents.
Combining 3D Histech scanners with state of the art scanning software algorithms - a new generation of image analysis to assist cytotechnologists and pathologists to significantly improve cell screening process.