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Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology, Oncology, Software and hardware, Laboratory management

Experience & results from using INIFY Prostate Screening –in the fully digitalized pathology workflow at Cannizzaro hospital Italy

sponsored by ContextVision

Available On-Demand

25 March, 2021, 16:00 CET / 15:00 GMT

Dr Filippo Fraggetta shares his experience and clinical results of using INIFY Prostate Screening in the fully digitalized workflow at Cannizzaro hospital, Catania, Italy. INIFY is an AI-based, CE-marked decision support tool. It identifies and outline cancer areas in digitalised prostate biopsy samples and is seamlessly integrated with the hospital’s LIS system. Dr Fraggetta will present clinical results and talk about how bringing AI into the laboratory workflow can benefit both the pathologist and patient. The webinar will begin with an introduction to the philosophy behind the product by Lena Kajland Wilén at ContextVision.

Learning Objectives:

  • During this webinar you will learn about ContextVision’s CE-marked, decisions support tool - INIFY Prostate Screening - features & benefits
  • Performance and user experience in routine clinical practice
  • How AI based decision support tools can be implemented for primary diagnosis

Available On-Demand

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