Digital Imaging for Hematology Coming Into Focus

Digital Imaging for Hematology Coming Into Focus

The leader in differential imaging for hematology can expect a more crowded market space in the coming years. CellaVision AB commands an intriguing, peripheral IVD market sub-segment aimed at eliminating one of the most costly and time-consuming procedures: the manual differential. The company’s products effectively replace manual microscopy and cell counting with automated systems that use neural networking and algorithms to classify blood cell populations based on image-captured and archived m...


On the Prospect of CLIA-Waived Differentials

On the Prospect of CLIA-Waived Differentials

Hematology testing such as complete blood counts (CBC) and differentials is customarily the domain of clinical laboratories. Instrument automation and the innovation of compact, streamlined models, however, has made such testing possible outside of the lab. Today’s hematology analyzers range from autoloaded, high-throughput and flow cytometry-capable in the lab to closed-menu, benchtop and ease-of-use at a clinic or physician’s office. While labs in the developing world continue to fuel market g...