SPOT’s PathScope™ 2 Imaging and Telepathology Workstation Saves Time

| September 22, 2014

Had a chance to take a look at this and spend some time on the workstation as pictured below a couple of weeks ago at CAP ’14.  Ergonomic controls that allow for seamless movements at the pathologist’s workstation allow for significant time savings on every case.  Hundreds of images can be captured daily with appropriate demographic information and case number imprinted with fast image archiving into an LIS or file storage.  Read more below as a possible solution to your microscope imaging and conferencing needs.

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SPOT’s PathScope 2

PathScope 2 advances the Pathologist’s workflow with a practical solution that is both affordable and efficient. It supports routine slide examination, frozen section and needle biopsy consults right from the pathologist’s desk with a streamlined workflow to save hours per day. Camera and computer management have been optimized and automated to allow the pathologist to focus on slide examination. Image acquisition is accomplished in three easy steps, without touching the mouse or keyboard: 1) barcode login, 2) slide examination, and 3) image trigger. A single click of the image trigger automatically imprints images with the case number and reference mark then archives them to your LIS, file server or cloud storage. Consultations become routine with PathScope’s built in telepathology interface that provides interactive image, voice, cursor and annotation for both the host and attendees. Interactive meetings ensure that discussions are clear and concise as well as easily documented to the case file. PathScope is the practical solution that provides savings from day one and beyond.

Contact SPOT Imaging Solutions to find out more: info@spotimaging.com, Toll Free: 1 (866) 604-SPOT or +1 (586) 731-6000

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