The tissue processing procedure, as known today, was first introduced in 1909 and from that moment very little has changed. Today demands are different and both patients and health system personnel expect new performances and timely responses. Automation has become fundamental and Milestone answered this issue with a unique automatic tissue processing line. It is equipped with a Hybrid heating core that is based on a microwave plus conventional heating technique.
This technology drastically reduces specimen processing time offering, on one hand, the patient to receive a quality diagnosis in shorter time, reducing his strain of waiting for the results, and to immediately initiate a therapy, when necessary.
On the other hand, Milestone’s new tissue processors increase the productivity of the Lab or Hospital, as well as reducing overall expenses and operating costs.
With the validated Xylene-free process, Milestone’s processors become the ideal choice for the challenges faced by modern Pathology labs.
The tissue processor named LOGOS features a continuous load mode with no cleaning cycles; this means reducing handling time and allowing the unattended operations to be carried-out.
Besides, the ultimate solution named Synergy is an all-in-one system for the processing and the auto-embedding of tissues. It allows to skip the manual embedding by providing blocks ready for the cold plate and for the microtome. Synergy offers a concrete contribution towards the “Lean Lab”!
Which Instrument is Right for Your Lab?
The first all-in-one hybrid tissue processor.
LOGOS is the all-in-one tissue processor with the exclusive Milestone patented microwave hybrid processing technology. It is a flexible tissue processor highly adaptable to customized workflow streams. The LOGOS fulfills all CAP/ASCO guidelines for assessing Her-2, ER and PgR testing in breast tissues.
The state-of-the-art processor for superior tissue quality.
The LOGOS One is a fully automated innovative tissue processor, designed for reliability and unmatched tissue quality. It focuses on the user and on specimen safety, while allowing batch and continuous flow operations. It is highly adaptable to customized workflow streams.