State-of-the-art tool system for gross tissue dissection
This all-in-one grossing workstation has been specifically designed to integrate state of the art tools and standardization into a 21st century system for the dissection of gross tissues. Some of its features are: an enhanced process documentation, safety, flexibility and costeffectiveness. The eGROSS pro-x is the first to incorporate the digital power of specimen identification and the dissection documentation, creating a standardized, image documenting protocol. It can create a custody chain that assures quality at the source of tissue selection and cassette generation from the gross room throughout histology to the pathologist’s desk. The eGROSS captures digital documentation enabling innovative laboratories to seek not only high quality but also work simplification and standardization in pursuit of the “virtual” and dictation-less lean laboratory operations.
Documentation and quality assurance? No problem!
The The MacroPATH pro-x, integrated with the eGROSS pro-x, is a user-oriented capture and storage system for macro digital images of patient specimens. It dramatically reduces specimen turnaround time at the grossing station compared to the conventional shoot and capture of handheld systems. Autofocus, auto-light adjustment, and hands-free operations, through a foot pedal, enable users to concentrate on the patient’s case without manual intervention.
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An ergonomic, mobile grossing workstation with digital documentation of surgical specimens
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Easily adjust the eGROSS pro-x working height to accommodate standing or sitting. The unit can be positioned from its lowest setting of 90 cm (38.6”) to the highest at 120 cm (47.2”), and anywhere in between.
Corrosion resistant stainless steel (AISI 304) structure and work surfaces.
EXCLUSIVE! A unique proximity switch detects the presence of the operator. In case of an absence of over 5 minutes, the unit automatically switches off to extend filter life.
High power exhaust system with backdraft and downdraft. It also includes a specimen safety steel mesh filter.
EXCLUSIVE! Anti-splash transparent slide out covers. Lateral transparent containment boards.
A large working area of 50x40 cm (19.7’’x15.7’’) dimensions with a cutting board on special supports allows unrestricted downdraft flow.
Formalin dispensing nozzle with foot pedal control.
Twin tanks (up to 10 liters-2 gallon each) with safety valves, store fresh and exhausted formalin.
Large sink of 40x34x18 cm (15.7’’x13.4’’x7.1’’) dimensions with a filter and a shower type water faucet.
An all-in-one control panel places major functions within easy reach.
Display panels: exhaust flow alarm and control, level of formalin in tanks. Continuous exhaust airflow monitoring, with a feedback light indicator.
Slide-out waterproof keyboard with a built-in mouse (IP68).
Store frequently used tools close-at-hand on the integrated magnetic bar.
Connectivity: • Network ready • LIS compatible • Remote viewing enabled
Easy installation. No structural modifications required. Power (a), water (b) and exhaust (c) connections readily available.
Mobility through heavy duty casters
Point-of-care control terminal, 17” touch screen.
A foot pedal control enables handsfree manipulation of major camera functions (zoom-in/out, save, record).
LEADING THE WAY IN SPECIMEN AND USER SAFETY
The unique validated exhaust technology
An innovative engineering design leads to the highest specifications in protecting both the user and the
2) Backdraft extraction with horizontal flow.
3) Downdraft extraction through holes into the periphery of the cutting board to create vertical flow all around the specimen
SLIDING IN-AND-OUT PROTECTIVE TRANSPARENT SHIELDSLateral shields protect from any external transversal turbulence like a physical passage of personnel or the proximity to room ventilations. The horizontal shields protect the operator from any aerosol generating from the manipulation of the specimen or from liquid spatters.
PROTECTION AGAINST BIOLOGICAL RISKS
The eGROSS pro-x is tested according to the European Norms UNI EN 12469, and satisfies the essential requirements for bio-safety aspects in the working area. The working area is defined by the green box.
Highest safety standards for both the user and the specimens
*EN 12469:2000 - ANNEX C (Retention at front aperture) report no. 0316-2016 Rev. 01 dated 2016/09/08 issued by Tuv Italia Srl.
Directives IVD 98/79/EC (IVDD) - In vitro diagnostic medical device
Directives LVD 2014/35/EC - Low Voltage directive
Directives EMC 2014/30/EC - Electromagnetic compatibility
ISO 14971 - Medical devices -- Application of risk management to medical devices
EN 61010-2-101 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use -
Part 2-101: Particular requirements for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical equipment
EN 61010-1 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - Part 1: General requirements
EN 61326-2-6 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements - Part 2-6: Particular requirements - In vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical equipment
EN 61326-1 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements - Part 1: General requirements
EN 62304 - Medical device software - Software life cycle processes
ISO 15223-1 - Medical devices -- Symbols to be used with medical device labels, labelling and information to be supplied - Part 1: General requirements
ISO 18113-1 - In vitro diagnostic medical devices -- Information supplied by the manufacturer (labelling) - Part 1: Terms, definitions and general requirements
ISO 18113-3 - In vitro diagnostic medical devices -- Information supplied by the manufacturer (labelling) -- Part 3: In vitro diagnostic instruments for professional use
UNI EN 12469 - Biotechnology - Performance criteria for microbiological safety station