PATHOLOGISTS VIEW, WE LISTEN - A Thorough Methodology to Measure Image Quality During Product Development
We know how important it is for Pathologists to clearly see morphologic details in order to make an assessment of a case. That’s why we relentlessly pursue testing next generation scanner images with the aim of achieving excellent image quality.
AN INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY TO MEASURE PRODUCT USABILITY Histotechnicians are at the Center of our Focus
In this article we will discuss how we measure usability specifically with Histotechnicians using, among other techniques, an innovative approach called the System Usability Scale (SUS).
Digital pathology incorporates the acquisition, management, sharing and interpretation of pathology information — including slides and data — in a digital environment.
Your Focus is Our Objective
In today’s global environment, enabling large global engineering teams to collaborate while being in physically different locations can be challenging for many companies. This was the case at Leica Biosystems (LBS) and Leica Microsystems (LMS).
Real-Time Focusing: Breakthrough Innovation in Optics
Leica Biosystems digital pathology engineers realize a breakthrough to real time focusing (RTF), achieving extremely high-speed line scanning at 40x magnification.
How are automation and connectivity driving better patient care?
Healthcare providers face seemingly contradictory demands: reduce costs, provide an efficient service to more patients, and improve quality of care. For Anatomical Pathology laboratories, automation and connectivity make it possible to achieve all three goals.
Approach Angle in Stereotaxic Surgery
Varying the approach angle in stereotaxic surgery can overcome the conflict between positional accuracy and interpretability. Fortunately, modern computer controlled stereotaxic instruments make this possible.
Freezing Biological Samples
Neuroscience researchers usually need to see slices of whole brain in order to determine the location in brain of detail they are viewing under the microscope.
Specimen Tracking Systems: Tracking Samples Helps Reduce Misdiagnosis
Sample tracking systems help reduce misdiagnosis by positively identifying patient tissue throughout the diagnostic process.
The instrument for moving a probe to a given coordinate in space – inside the brain – is a stereotaxic instrument.