It can also fit as a special chemistry or STAT analyser in large laboratories,’ the firm explains.
The analyser is not only precise, reliable and low maintenance but also has an ‘ecceptionally long ISE module life,’ Olympus points out, adding: ‘It also encompasses new Graphic User Interface software, standardised with the AU680, and master calibration established by 2-dimensional barcode. New state-of-the-art sample and reagent volumes are also achieved by the new analyser. Sample volumes as low as 1 µl are ideal for paediatric testing.’
New clinical microscopy introductions
The company is also showing new clinical microscopy solutions at MEDICA, including the Olympus CX41 microscope with FluoLED Multi, to enable easy-to-handle fluorescence microscopy with up to three interchangeable LED cassettes. Controlled simultaneously via a three-channel electronic driver, these allow multicolour observations. In addition, Olympus points out, LEDs are safer to use and produce light more efficiently than other fluorescence light sources, which combined with their long lifetime means better energy saving and lower costs.
For telepathology applications, the new dotSlide 2.0 virtual digital microscopy system offers enhanced functions and image quality for scanning entire slides at high resolution and fidelity. This advanced technology makes them accessible and fully navigable worldwide, enabling remote review, secondary consulations and multidisciplinary team discussions, as well as training.
Olympus is in hall 10, booth C20