Veterinary Diagnostics:

Digital Cytology

At VPG we are always looking for opportunities to enhance the clinical service we can offer our veterinary colleagues. Our partnership with Scopio Labs has allowed us to bring the first in-practice high resolution rapid digital cytology solution to veterinary practices in the UK and Ireland.

The partnership enables vets to scan and send high resolution digital cytology and haematology images from the point of care to a global network of clinical pathologists.

What is ScopioVet?

ScopioVet is a powerful and intuitive Digital Cytology platform that enables veterinary practices to scan and send high resolution digital cytology and hematology images from the point of care to the VPG’s clinical pathologists who provide round-the-clock analysis

How does it work?

ScopioVet is powered by Scopio Labs’ proprietary platform that uses computational photography techniques to automate the imaging of microscopy samples into uniquely high-resolution digital scans. The platform includes unique features designed to bring maximum efficiency to the busy veterinary practice, such as a three-slide tray, rapid image scanning and simultaneous file streaming, and an in-app pathologist chat feature.

Why ScopioVet?

ScopioVet offers a range of benefits to veterinary practices, including but not limited to:

  • 1 hour turnaround times
  • Faster treatment and diagnostic decisions
  • Enables case collaboration in real time
  • Improves patient compliance and clinical care
  • Uses AI Tools to streamline routine diagnostics
  • Enables increased revenue capture
  • Reduces administration time
  • 24/7 access to clinical pathologists

Learn more about our digital cytology services. Contact our team at VPG Ringwood on 01425 461466 or [email protected].

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