Practical Automation for the Hematology Workflow

Healthcare News | 2013-01-11

Automate the time-consuming, manual effort of traditional microscopy.

Introducing CellaVision Digital Cell Morphology Systems

Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics is pleased to announce the introduction of the CellaVision® Digital Cell Morphology Systems. Now widely available, these analyzers utilize proven digital image analysis technology to locate and examine cells in blood and other body fluids, automating the time-consuming, manual effort associated with traditional microscopy. The easy-to-use CellaVision analyzers save time, streamline labor-intensive processes, and enhance cell analysis and classification to support optimum patient care.

Models to Suit Both High- and Mid-Volume Labs

The systems are available in two models: The CellaVision DM1200 System analyzes up to 20 slides/hour, while the CellaVision DM96 System is capable of analyzing 35 slides/hour with a continuous feed. Both systems easily integrate with Siemens ADVIA® hematology products and adapt to any hematology workflow.

Quickly locate and examine cells in blood and other body fluids.

Proven, Easy-to-Use Technology

The CellaVision systems produce high-quality, consistent slide images, which can be viewed on a single digital screen and magnified for additional detail. The easy-to-use software allows users to define reference cells and compare individual cells simultaneously, while adding pre-coded or free text comments to any slide, cell class, or specific cell.

The Next Level in Practical Automation

Capable of automating cell location and pre-classification processes, the systems reduce the time required for experienced laboratory technologists to screen each blood smear, allowing them to use that time more efficiently. The systems' continuous feed of slides also enables the escalation of workloads without increasing labor.

Access slide data across the network and improve collaboration.

Improved Networking and Collaboration

Additionally, the CellaVision systems boost networking and collaboration capabilities through a shared database. This allows an organization to store cell images centrally and engage experts from anywhere in the network, collaborating in real time to speed decision-making. The shared database enables users to build expertise, trend and compare patients' progress over time, and access historical patient images and information.

The Partner of Choice for Any Hematology Workflow

As the partner of choice for a highly-automated hematology workflow, Siemens is proud to pair market-leading digital cell morphology systems from CellaVision with the service, support, training, and educational resources customers have come to expect from us.

Learn how the CellaVision Digital Cell Morphology Systems can help streamline and accelerate blood cell differentials.

Click here to learn more about the CellaVision Systems

For further information on CellaVision Digital Cell Morphology Systems, contact your Siemens representative.

Key Benefits

  • Reduces review time for differentials to make more efficient use of experienced morphologists' skills
  • Standardizes differential results by automating cell location and pre-classification
  • Enables the utilization of skills across the entire organization through real-time collaboration and centrally stored images
  • Supports skill expansion via a comprehensive reference library and historical patient images and comments
  • Improves ergonomics by reducing the neck, wrist, and eye fatigue associated with traditional microscopy

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Product availability may vary from country to country and is subject to varying regulatory requirements. Please contact your local representative for availability.

ADVIA is a trademark of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc. CellaVision is a trademark of CellaVision AB.

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