Effectively manage your laboratory’s microscopic and macroscopic imaging.
CaloPix is the most effective software solution for managing all microscopic and macroscopic images produced in the pathology, hematology or histology laboratory.
Integrated with the networked database Laboratory Management System CaloPix offers better workload management and increased productivity. Connected to the imaging networks of TeleSlide's sharing servers, this solution ensures optimal circulation of information with your employees and associates, meaning overall improved communication. Developed to meet the requirements of both biologists and pathologists, CaloPix offers a multitude of analytical aides and tools for more accurate diagnoses.
Effective management of your digital slides and your workflow
- Automatic import of microscope or scanned images
- Local and remote viewing of your images
- Structured annotation and measurements
- Batch-by-batch processing
- Digital slide facilities
- Searchable image banks
Sharing images for patient healthcare
Thanks to the full web application CaloPix Pocket, developed in HTML5, you can view and share indexed images in your CaloPix database, log in from any terminal or tablet within your department or organization. The CaloPix Pocket application will be particularly useful for multidisciplinary staff and staff meetings, offering direct access to your records from anywhere within your organization.
Accelerated analysis of your microscopic images
The algorithm identifies and counts cells using machine learning approach. It detects cells with different staining types (IHC, multiplexing, chromogenic and fluorescence) from learning images.
The algorithm maps tissues by identifying anatomical structures and regions. It allows to define the regions of analysis to be quantified and the invasion margin of the tumor.
ISH (CISH, FISH, RNA Scope)
For CISH/FISH slides, the algorithm allows detection and quantification of the gene and its control. For RNA Scope slides, the algorithm allows the detection and quantification of the desired gene. The algorithm segments the nuclei if needed.
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