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A Coroner’s Perspective – Interview with Mr. Graham Hetrick, Coroner of the Dauphin County (Pennsylvania, USA)

Background Autopsy procedures hold profound significance, serving as the cornerstone of meticulous inquiry into the intricate circumstances surrounding an individual’s passing. Through rigorous examination, they offer a comprehensive understanding of the factors contributing to death, whether they are of natural or violent origin. Beyond the primary objective of ascertaining the cause of death, these postmortem examinations serve as a rich repository of educational content, affording experts and students an immersive exploration into the complexities of human anatomy and pathology. MacroVIEW Recognizing...

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Meet us at ECP Congress 2023

Meet us in Dublin The 35th European Congress of Pathology is one of the most vibrant European congress and a great meeting point. It will be held from 9th to 13th September 2023, in Dublin, Ireland. Meet us there! We all look forward to meeting you at our booth to show our brand-new products and innovations for pathology and histology. ???? 9 – 13 September 2023 ???? Congress Center Dublin, Ireland ➡️ Milestone Booth #40, Main Hall Don’t miss these days of personal contacts and networking opportunities! Need a one-to-one meeting with our experts to discuss the needs of your laboratory?...

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Frequently Asked Questions on Tissue Processing

Which are the most frequent bottlenecks in the laboratory workflow?How to process fatty tissue and avoid under- or over-fixation?These are some of the frequently asked questions that we usually receive from our clients and prospects. Watch our educational Webinar and learn valuable solutions to answer these and further questions, to improve your processing. Our Application Specialist will discuss the most common aspects of tissue processing. We will analyze today’s challenges of the processing step, focusing on sample and thickness type; we will investigate the impact of fixation on the quality...

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A Coroner’s Perspective – Live Webinar Interview

Post-mortem examinations are extremely important and delicate procedures carried out to investigate the cause of death, to further medical research, or to decide whether a legal investigation is needed. MacroVIEW macro digital imaging system for autopsy has been specifically designed for efficient and complete documentation of the postmortem examination, with maximum ease of use and safety. In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges of autopsy procedures with Mr. Graham Hetrick, Coroner of the Dauphin County (Pennsylvania, USA). Mr. Hetrick has addressed several challenges by integrating...

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How to boost your Biobanking process

Biobanking is a relatively new field, evolving in the last 20-30 years. Today, the collection of biological material has become a fundamental resource in medical research. Considering the importance of biobanks and the global health challenges of today’s interconnected world, which are the most effective biobanking techniques? Watch our educational Webinar and learn valuable methods for improved biobanking. Our Application Specialist will discuss the different biobanking techniques that are currently used in Pathology, focusing on the pros and cons of each method. We will analyze today’s challenges...

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How to improve specimen handling from OR to archive

Are you looking for automation, standardization and full safety for specimens collection and transport? Do you need to control and monitor the fixation step, to grant reliable IHC and Molecular biology studies? Watch our educational Webinar and learn the best practices on specimens collection and transport! What you will learn how to standardize and document the fixation step how to improve the personnel’s health by eliminating formalin exposure in OR and AP how to reduce disposal costs and improve archiving WATCH WEBCAST Watch Webinar Recording window.hsFormsOnReady...

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7 Application Tips to improve your Decalcification process

Decalcification is a histological technique which is practiced worldwide. Whether you work in hospital or private laboratory, when you receive bones to be decalcified, you know what to do: place your fixed bone in a container with a decalcification solution and just wait until the decalcification process is completed. However, if you aim at obtaining great morphology, optimized molecular results, and same-day diagnosis, there are some tips you need to learn! Watch our educational Webinar and learn the best practices on decalcification! What you will learn how to fasten decalcification time how...

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