MECOS Microscope-Analyzers

MECOS-C2 family of automated microscopy systems

Animal blood smear analyses

The MECOS-C2 family offers Automated animal blood smear analysis technique MECO-HEMOa. The MECO-HEMOa technique accelerates and standardizes the analysis,  increases productivity, creates a modern workplace.  Automatic adaptation to the specific features of the smear provides analysis performance in conditions of different specimen preparations and with various pathologies. The technique can be implemented on MECOS-C2 hardware platforms with different automation levels of load, identification and specimen scan.

Characteristics of the MECOS-C2 MECO-HEMOa analyzer

Platform of equipment

 1 M-5

 1 O-9

 8 O-9

 200 O-9

Type of animal Mice, rats, dogs, cats, rabbits, and other animals by special order

Blood smear preparation technique

Manual; mechanized; automatic; smears of varying lengths

Coloring  of smear

Standard

Application of immersion oils

Manual

Manual

Automatic

Automatic

Servicing of smear party

1 smear

1 smear

Automatic up to 8 smears

Automatic up to 200 smears

The choice of starting point of smear scan

 Interactive

Interactive|Automatic

Automatic

Automatic

Analysis of smears rate per hour

Up to 20

Up to 60

Up to 55

Up to 50

The trajectory of the scan

On the recommendations of the guidelines for the collection of various types of samples of cells; Automatic adaptation to the size, shape, thickness, colouring of blood smear, with a choice of the collection areas of representative samples of erythrocytes and leukocytes; displaying and recording the macro level of smear scan

Maximum sample size

WBC up to 1500, RBC up to 2000

Region of visual analysis of erythrocytes

Fixation with the ability to view region of the smear with correct morphology of erythrocytes

Omissions

The likelihood of missing of nucleus-containing cell is under 0.01

Normal ranges

Preset | tuned

Sorting the nucleus-containing cells

Automatic sorting on 6 types of cells with formation of galleries and potential on-line adjustments (neutrophyles, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophyles, basophyles, others), 2 types of objects (damaged cells, artifacts)

Quantitative analysis of the morphology and optical density

Automatic nucleus-containing cells Morphometry

Sort errors

Automatic sorting error of normal leucocytes to 10%; Visual inspection and adjustment of sort galleries

An online collection of samples, including the myelogram counting

With cell sorting galleries forming

Results

Image Gallery of cells by type; a group of thin smear fields of view; the trajectory of the screening; quantitative analysis results in database and on blanks

Quality control of analysis

Automatic quality control of the smear; Automatic fixing of digital models of the smear (screening at micro and macro levels, galleries of detected objects) with the possibility of Visual control; Retrospective visual quality control of smears and sorting by database

Quality control of lighting

Automatic with visualization

Database

Results, galleries, atlases, queries, importing, exporting, editing, printing, protection

Integration and access

Local access to database at the same time with automatic scan; local net and Internet access to database

For more details see MECO-HEMOa datasheet

By filling out the form on the Contacts page, you can receive our commercial offer for the MECOS-C2 model in your chosen package.

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