Digital pathology solution provider OptraSCAN has announced that it has received CE-IVDR marking for the OS-Ultra scanners, its high-performance product line of brightfield scanners, including pay-per-scan based OPEX models.
OS Ultra scanners have a loading capacity of 80 to 480 slides. With no-touch continuous loading, it scans tissues or cells with a 15 mm x 15 mm area at 40x magnification in less than 60 seconds. They produce high-resolution images that can be analysed further with the help of OptraSCAN's artificial intelligence-based software. This platform is capable of scanning histopathology and cytopathology slides. In addition, it can be configured with five to 11 layers for volume scanning or viewed as composite, single-layer, fully-focused image.
The tray and basket system used by OS-Ultra scanners is designed to efficiently transfer and position slides for scanning and prevent slide handling mistakes. For organisations seeking to scale up operations by increasing throughput, OS Ultra is an efficient, consistent, and accurate solution.
OptraSCAN's full digital pathology solutions include scanning devices, image management and viewing software, telepathology software, and image analysis solutions for biomarker and morphometry.
"The CE-IVDR mark will enhance the acceptability of OS-Ultra systems across the globe and strengthen OptraSCAN's mission to improve patient outcomes with affordable and easy to implement digital pathology solutions," said Abhi Gholap, founder CEO of OptraSCAN. "With 250% growth in our year-to-year global sales revenues, OptraSCAN is a preferred vendor of many small to large laboratories, clinics, and hospitals worldwide," he added.
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