A modular solution tailored to your requirements
CaloPix is a digital microscopy software for managing, visualizing and analysing your digital slides.
View images and slides, create annotations, view analysis/test results
Management of laboratory work flow and access to a searchable database
Batch-by-batch processing and file-based image analysis
Complete solution meeting all the requirements of the digital laboratory
CaloPix is compatible with the Laboratory Management Systems of all market suppliers and includes the digital slide formats of the major scanner manufacturers, including :
Leica Aperio – Hamamatsu – 3D Histech – Roche Ventana – Huron – Sakura – Perkin Elmer
Diagnostic imaging for accurate microscopic analysis
Anatomopathological examinations consist of the microscopic analysis of cells or tissues sampled from an organ. This examination is used to establish a definitive diagnosis. Microscopic imaging is an essential component of the anatomopathological examination. It actually enables an accurate diagnosis to be established using cutting-edge technology. More and more pathology and bioscience departments are incorporating digital imaging and digital slides into their practice.
Image analysis modules created by TRIBVN Healthcare enable rigorous, automated and reproducible image quantification. As such, doctors save considerable time, especially when working with digital slides. Diagnosis is all the more accurate as the analysis is performed on a wider area of the image and so is more representative. As a result, the therapeutic pathway is more adequate and the patient’s treatment is improved.
Also, in order to establish the best diagnosis possible, the doctor must be in possession of all information related to the case as well as all patient data. CaloPix means that all laboratory imaging can be grouped together on single interface through its connection to LMS. The diagnosis is more accurate and the doctor saves time as well as increasing productivity.
Finally, following an anatomopathological examination, doctors can write a report, presenting the results and features of the condition in question. The report sets out the evidence of the medical intervention and the traceability of the image analysis. Thanks to digital technology, doctors can present this traceability using the visual image evidence of their diagnostic findings.