Cell Image Analysis

The Sysmex® Cell Image Analysis Portfolio includes the Sysmex DI-60, C​ellaVision DM-Series analyzers and the MEDICA EasyCell assistant Cell Image Analysis System. Sysmex i​s uniquely positioned to provide hematology laboratories of all sizes access to the quality and productivity improvements offered by automated cell image analysis systems.

Automated cell image analysis offers you improved consistency of cell identification, helps utilize resources more efficiently, contributes to employee satisfaction and retention, and offers the value of streamlined collaboration with clinicians.

Sysmex® DI-60: The Sysmex DI-60 brings the efficiencies of cell image analysis directly to the XN-Series automation solution.  Laboratories can now experience the clinical, operational and financial benefits provided by the first fully integrated hematology system.

 

MEDICA EasyCell® assistant: Enabling mid-size and smaller clinical laboratories to achieve operational efficiencies, this analyzer is an ideal fit for laboratories performing 15 to 50 slides per day. Designed to be exceptionally easy to use, this automated system saves the clinical laboratory time and money. The system software simplifies result review and expedites WBC differential, RBC morphology and platelet estimate reporting. The EasyCell assistant is a natural extension to complete the Sysmex Cell Image Analysis Portfolio.

 

CellaVision® DM96: This analyzer locates blood cells on a prepared slide, pre-classifies the white blood cells, pre-characterizes parts of the RBC morphology and provides functionality for platelet estimation. By automating the manual differential, laboratories can experience enhanced turnaround times without sacrificing quality. The high degree of automation allows for an escalating workload without additional headcount.

 

CellaVision® DM1200: Designed with the smaller laboratory in mind, the DM1200 combines newly designed hardware with equivalent operation to the DM96. The DM-Series analyzers may share a single database while processing slides from both core and satellite laboratories within a health system.

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