At a nationally ranked medical center, D.A.I. Scientific provides leading manufacturers equipment to their grossing, autopsy, and pathology departments. They are currently using 8 Mopec MB600 grossing stations and have recently expanded to adding 2 more Mopec MB800 stations to the grossing room. mopec.com
This hospital is also using the FP100 formalin pump station from Mopec to enable consistent delivery of formalin to all ten of their grossing stations. Since this station is connected to 55 gallon drums in a storage area, fumes are present. The Halo filter from Erlab detects and filters Formaldehyde vapors by continuously pulling the dirty air in the area through the filter, adsorbing the molecules that cause noxious odors, and returning clean air back to the room through low-disruptive side vents. The laboratory-grade molecular filtration system contains Neutrodine, a unique and powerful activated carbon mixture combined with a pre-filter that captures a large variety of airborne fumes and odors, which left untreated, could represent a potential health hazard.
For more information on the Halo Filtration System or the other ductless fume hoods that this nationally ranked medical center is using from Erlab, check out their website at www.erlab.com.
Finally, the autopsy area has recognized the SPOT Imaging PathMobile as a real game changer, especially due to new CAP requirements for general and forensic autopsy. www.spotimaging.com
Here is a General Autopsy summary:
“Again, we were just going to put it in the forensic section, but we realized people doing
general autopsies also take a lot of photographs,” says Dr. West. “So why wouldn’t the
same requirements apply to general autopsy cases? You must have useful photographs,
properly labeled, easily sorted, and backed up so you don’t lose data.”
Here is a Forensic Autopsy summary:
ANP.36075 “Photographs” details the types of photographs that should be taken during
a forensic autopsy. “This requirement is intended to remind people of the items to be
addressed when taking photographs in a medical legal case in order to have as
complete a photographic record as possible,” Dr. West says.
ANP.36100 “Autopsy Notes and Photographs” requires written notes and photographs
that would make it possible to reconstruct the autopsy report in the event dictations are
lost or damaged.
SPOT Imaging follows these requirements for all images acquired with their solutions. The number one reason, you will never lose an image from acquisition to storage. This is unique to SPOT.
The above manufacturers are just a few that DAI Scientific provides this location and other trusted medical centers across the Midwest.