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Personal Slide Scanner vs. Conventional Multi-slide Scanner

In digital pathology, a small portable scanner can handle some workflows better than conventional big scanners. As the awareness of an alternative to multi-slide scanners grows, comparing similarities and differences is a convenient way of wrapping one’s head around a new idea. Scanning speed often comes up as a metric to contest the platforms. But does it really matter? 

Test the Grundium Ocus at Medlab, Dubai, Feb. 3-6

Conventional vs. Digital Microscopy

In conventional light microscopy the magnification of the objective lens is very straight forward, a 20x lens magnifies the image 20 times. Thus, viewed through a 40x lens, objects seem twice as big as with a 20x lens. It’s logical, that the pathologist wants a turret of objectives with a range of magnification to be able to get an overview of the sample, to examine it and to make an informed diagnosis. It also seems logical to think a higher magnification objective is “better”. But does it matter what it says on the tin?

Finnish Biotechnology Innovation Hits Billion-Euro Markets

Grundium, a technology company in the digital pathology sphere, has entered into a major dealership contract with Alliance Global Group. This high-powered partner will help the Finnish company’s portable microscope gain a strong foothold in the rapidly-expanding health technology markets in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Due to this contract, millions of people will have improved access to healthcare services— Grundium’s technology allows pathologists to work with and diagnose patients while on the other side of the world.

Removing the Entry Barrier for Going Digital

Digital pathology is sometimes still seen as costly and workflow-crippling future tech. Subsequently medical equipment suppliers work hard to overcome the entry barrier for going digital. There is, however, new technology, which makes business sense for both parties and is compatible with any workflow.

Solving the Biggest Problems in Digital Pathology

Pathologists keep running into the same problems in their work over and over. The bottlenecks are in the logistics of people and slides, getting a second opinion fast, organizing the workflow, dealing with digital compatibility and having the right tools for the job.

2019 Outlook And Trends In Digital Pathology

Digital pathology is evolving ever faster. Attila György, Sales Director at Grundium, a pioneer of personal slide imaging, talks about three key trends and looks into the future of digital pathology.

Ocus is in Medlab 2019, Dubai

Grundium attends 5th Digital Pathology Congress in London

5th Digital Pathology Congress is being held in London during 6th and 7th December.

Grundium Receives ISO 13485:2016 Certification

Grundium, Finland based medical imaging device company, is pleased to announce that it has been certified to ISO 13485:2016 by leading Certification Body – Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance, for the development, manufacturing, marketing and sales of digital microscopy products.