Robust high-speed scanning empowers precision diagnosis
The VENTANA DP 200 slide scanner is a computer and imaging based device that has the capability to scan, digitize, compress, store, retrieve, and view digitized images of slide specimens. When used with VENTANA Image Viewer, the VENTANA DP 200 slide scanner provides automated digital slide creation, management, and viewing capabilities to aid pathologists with in-vitro examination of human tissue specimens.
Introducing the VENTANA DP 200 slide scanner, the latest in bright field digital pathology scanners from Roche. Designed for a variety of applications, the VENTANA DP 200 slide scanner is a six slide high-speed bright field scanner with excellent image quality to enhance pathologists' review of digital slides. This fast and easy to use high-resolution slide scanner offers a no-touch start process, intuitive user interface and is well-suited for remote site scanning, first-time digital pathology users, frozen section scanning, and more.
Auto-start upon tray load, scan speed <49 seconds, ease of use.
Auto white balance calibrations, dynamic focus, color management, DICOM compatibility.
Diagnostics & Quality Check, no slide handling within instrument, CareGiver Remote Support.
Experience the difference the VENTANA DP 200 slide scanner offers as the core of the Roche Digital Pathology Solution.
The Roche Digital Pathology solution combines innovative hardware, software and uPath whole slide image analysis algorithms including algorithms for HER2 (4B5), HER2 Dual ISH, and PD-L1 (SP263), and works in integrated harmony with the full Roche diagnostic portfolio for an end-to-end experience.
Built by pathologists, for pathologists, the end-to-end Roche Digital Pathology Solution focuses on maximizing the pathologists' unique training, skills, and vision.
Experience the power of precision diagnosis.
With the acceleration of immunotherapies and the development of more complex assays, Roche is committed to an open environment for digital pathology. Roche encourages the development of reliable image analysis algorithms that can provide pathologists with tools to improve efficiency and precision for diagnosis. To that end, Roche is making the specifications of the Roche proprietary BIF file format publicly available.
CE-IVD marked. For Research Use Only in the US.