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Experience the Next Evolution
in Digital Pathology with the OS-Ultra Scanner

Whole Slide Scanner Pathology


Elevate your pathology laboratory to new heights with cutting-edge digitization capabilities and unparalleled image quality. OptraSCAN’s OS-Ultra whole slide image scanners represent a revolutionary leap forward, empowering pathology labs with seamless, high-volume scanning for comprehensive workflow digitization.

OS-Ultra Scanner

OS-Ultra sets a new standard in digital pathology scanning, revolutionizing the way tissues and cells are analyzed with its lightning-fast capabilities. With the ability to scan a 15x15 mm area at 40x equivalent magnification in less than 60 seconds, OS-Ultra delivers exceptional speed without compromising on image quality. Featuring a unique no-touch slide loading mechanism, this innovative scanner minimizes workflow errors and ensures the production of high-resolution images with unparalleled precision.

The whole slide image scanner comes with embedded software solutions such as IMAGEPath®, the Image Management System apt for viewing, storing, and archiving and TELEPath®, Telepathology software used for real-time, and remote consultations.

Whole Slide Imaging Scanner

Applications of Whole Slide Scanner

Features of Whole Slide Imaging Scanner

  • Unlock the potential of high-capacity scanning, ranging from 80 to 480 slides, to cater to the diverse needs of your pathology lab with unmatched efficiency.
  • Revolutionize your lab operations with scanning times of less than a minute for a 15×15 mm region, ensuring unparalleled speed and productivity.
  • Seamlessly integrate into your workflow with our continuous slide loading capacity, eliminating bottlenecks and streamlining processes.
  • Scan slides at an impressive resolution of 0.25 microns per pixel (equivalent of 40x), delivering crisp and detailed images for accurate analysis.
  • Versatility is at your fingertips with the ability to handle slides of varying formats, including 1x3" and 2x3", ensuring compatibility with your existing setup.
  • Choose the storage solution that suits your needs, from local on-premise storage to cloud-enabled options, ensuring ease of archival and retrieval.
  • Elevate your cytology sample imaging with our patented composite imaging technology.

Frequently Asked Questions

Whole slide imaging captures an entire glass slide at high resolution, allowing for digital viewing and analysis of the entire specimen. In contrast, traditional microscopy involves viewing smaller sections of the specimen under a microscope, requiring manual scanning and limited field of view.

The main components of a whole slide imaging system typically include a scanner, a light source, a camera, and software for image acquisition, processing, and analysis

Whole slide imaging can scan various types of samples, including tissue sections, cytology slides, blood smears, cell cultures, and histological specimens.

Using whole slide imaging in pathology offers several benefits, including improved workflow efficiency, remote consultation and collaboration, easier archival and retrieval of cases, enhanced teaching and training capabilities, and increased diagnostic accuracy through digital image analysis.

Digital images in whole slide imaging are generated by scanning the entire glass slide using a scanner and then stored electronically in a digital format. The images are typically stored on a computer or server and can be accessed, viewed, and analyzed using specialized software.

While whole slide imaging offers numerous advantages, it also has limitations and challenges. These include the cost of equipment and software and the need for specialized training. Additionally, large file sizes and data management complexities can pose challenges for storage and retrieval.