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Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology, Software and hardware, Technology and innovation, Precision medicine

Feeling the Squeeze?

sponsored by Tribvn

Modern laboratories must manage higher caseloads in less time with fewer pathologists. This problem, however, is a tremendous opportunity for laboratories to adopt digital pathology – and benefit from its many advantages. Consider TRIBUN’s industry-leading digital pathology platform, CaloPix 5. Optimized with input from working pathologists, this AI-based software offers features such as case assessment and annotation; slide analysis and navigation tracking; slide alignment and synchronization for comparison of different stains; dynamic, infinite-capacity work lists; and patient folders specifically designed for efficient image management. Importantly, these features are compatible with a broad range of image analysis.

“Since our inception, CYPATH has been leading the way in pathology. Today, we demonstrate our continued commitment to providing the most advanced, accurate, and data-driven solutions for our clients,” says Philippe Chalabreysse, President at CYPATH. “We selected TRIBUN after rigorous assessment to ensure we lean on the right partner.”

Furthermore, CaloPix 5 accommodates key requirements of precision medicine, including assessment of the molecular signatures for breast cancer (MoSi4Bca: Ki-67/ER/PR, HER2 scores, mitosis) and analysis of colon lesion biopsies. Forthcoming developments include integration of external CE-IVD-certified algorithms, and incorporation of proprietary algorithms for predicting therapeutic responses in non-small cell lung cancer and cervical cancer. Finally, advanced automation enables fewer pathologists to address a higher number of cases. “TRIBUN’s deep expertise in the end-to-end pathology workflow is what our organization needs to ensure successful implementation of digital pathology in our group,” says Laurent Huguenin, Head of IT at CYPATH. “IT will play a critical role and we trust their expertise.”

CaloPix 5 enables pathology laboratories to benefit from unprecedented flexibility (web-based application with broad compatibility), superior clinical confidence (AI-based analysis and automation tools), and enhanced productivity with automated workflows that accelerate and simplify the entire process – enabling higher output with fewer resources.

CaloPix 5: the heart of your digital pathology workflow

  • intuitive, pathologist-centric interface
  • web browser-based application: “anytime/anywhere” working
  • remote telehealth-based collaboration capability: rapid and deep zoom viewing; simplifies requests for remote second opinions
  • complete, seamless solution: image acquisition to analysis
  • analysis automation via quantitative, AI-based algorithms
  • versatile: compatible with many scanner and image formats (light background, fluorescence, Z-stack)

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About the Author
Lorine Marcoux

Marketing and Communication Manager at TRIBVN Healthcare, Paris, France.

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