Digital Imaging in Hematology

Developments in electronic imaging, computers, and the Internet have given rise to in the speedy emergence of digital imaging in pathology.

The Bloodhound system is an instrument that is designed to print blood onto a microscope slide with a controlled method, automatically stain cells, perform a CBC with WBC differential, and locate WBCs by digital imaging, all in an analyser with a footprint of 42 inches.

Negligible Hematology Analyzer Plus Blood Smear Digital Imaging/ Analysis make available better Clinical Hematology consequences than a Compound Hematology Analyzer.

Digital Imaging works in daily routine for leukocytes in peripheral blood and other fluids, is reliable, accurate and displays a high blast cell sensitity.

  • Lymphocyte Pathology
  • Blast cells
  • Red Blood Cell Morphology
  • Quality Survey Issues in Digital Imaging
  • Integration in daily practice
  • Digital Imaging of RBC’s

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