PathStation In-Hood Telepathology Imaging System for Grossing
The PathStation™ macro digital imaging system makes it easy to capture, annotate, measure, and save high quality images of gross specimens in the frozen section room, and to share the images with specialists in other locations. Its fully enclosed HD camera and touch screen monitor take up minimal workspace, and can be mounted in a grossing hood to preserve your grossing workflow.
PathStand In-Hood Telepathology Imaging System for Grossing
The PathStand™ is a free-standing 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. The integrated LED lighting, shadow-free background and custom cutting board create high quality HD images without hassles. Sharing images with colleagues is a one-click process, making it easier to do intraoperative and frozen section consults.
PathMobile:Autopsy Imaging System
Finally there is an imaging platform that provides all the positioning freedom you need to get full-body and close-up shots, from nearly any angle. The PathMobile™ autopsy imaging system makes capturing professional, legal-quality images easy and secure.
The PathScope™ microscope imaging system adds productivity to your workflow. With it’s one-click image capture button and automatic magnification tracking, you can easily document images without looking up from your eyepieces.
CytoXpress™ lets your Cytotechnologist transmit a live image stream directly to your computer… when the sample is ready! In the meantime, you can continue with your normal sign-out and go home on time.
SPOT Imaging offers digital pathology solutions that enable remote collaboration and digital image sharing without slide scanners. Gross specimens, autopsy, gram stains, and fine needle aspirations can be safely and securely shared with another location on site, across town, across the country, or across the world. Remote specialists can attend tumor board meetings without leaving their offices.