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Achieve Operational Excellence Across Both Histology And Cytology Areas Of Your Lab CEREBRO is an integrated specimen identification, tracking, and workflow management system designed specifically to meet the patient safety, productivity, and adaptability needs of each individual anatomic pathology laboratory - because every lab is different. Patient Safety Don’t let identification errors lead to patient misdiagnosis. CEREBRO is a specimen tracking and workflow management system implementing a documented chain of custody. Now, you can go home at the end of each day confident that the correct slides will reach the pathologist for diagnosis. Productivity Mistakes are costly. CEREBRO identifies potential errors as they happen, allowing them to be resolved quickly without comp...
Slide 1 Welcome! Slide 2 Intro slide Slide 3 It's nice to meet you! Welcome to the Histology Hacks in Cryosectioning webinar. I am Dr. Marla Rivera-Oliver, and I am very excited to share today some tips and tricks I've learned during my ten years of experience working on basic and translational research. I am based in the Dallas, Texas, area of the United States, and in my current role, I support customers from North Texas and Oklahoma. I completed a bachelor's in biology from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico and a doctoral degree in Neurobiology from the University of Puerto Rico. I specialized in the spinal cord injury field and honed my skills in Cryosectioning, imaging, and in vivo electrophysiology. Then, I moved into a post-doctoral position at the Center for D...
Keeping Your Eye On Image Color Image Viewing and Image Analysis Across Digital Pathology Scanner Model
Digital pathology is a growing field, with multiple vendors offering a variety of hardware and software for different applications. With many options available for digital pathology scanners, viewing software, and both consumer and medical review monitors, users need the ability to adapt to variations in image appearance.
Digital pathology is quickly growing across the globe as it offers increasing benefits to standardize and optimize the pathology lab workflow. Pathologists can now retrieve their cases in digital form and review and sign off cases using a PC and monitor. However, digital pathology companies offer many different monitors, depending on the company. Pathologists are often frustrated by the color variation of a digital image as it may not match the microscope color experience They often prefer a color that looks as close as possible to the typical experience using a microscope.
The Leica Biosystems Content and Evidence team has partnered with a private, non-profit, integrated health system to optimize their new laboratory layout to ensure efficient process flow. The laboratory is most interested in ensuring their new laboratory space is structured to best handle the initial volume while allowing for increased growth over the coming years. The new histology laboratory will include routine, special, and immunohistochemistry staining.
There has always been pressure on the Histology Lab to do more with less money, less people and less time. Automation in Histology has somewhat stalled over the past few years and is difficult to implement. Automation is only a multi-disciplinary process to...
Join Ashley Troutman, Senior Marketing Manager at Leica Biosystems, as he shares practical advice on how to determine your optimal workflow, for your lab, to meet your goals.
Leica Biosystems Expands its Dual-Retort Tissue Processor Portfolio in North America with HistoCore PEGASUS
Solution enables laboratory managers to optimize their tissue processor workflow. NUSSLOCH, GERMANY, FEB 1, 2022. Leica Biosystems is proud to add a new offering to its dualretort tissue processer portfolio: the HistoCore PEGASUS is now available in North American geographies. Building on more than 15 years of experience with the HistoCore PELORIS tissue processor, the new HistoCore PEGASUS will enable mid-sized laboratories to run multiple protocols in parallel on a single instrument, offering lab managers a solution that adapts to their workflow needs. In Histologic Fixation and Sample Processing, Freida Carson suggests that the biggest problem when processing tissue is processing both biopsy and large routine tissue specimens in the same processing run1. This can lead to und...