The patient case as the diagnostic unit
Real life experiences and workflow studies show that organizing the pathology staining workflow around the patient case enables labs to process more patient cases and provide results to more patients with less hands-on time(1).
Designed to manage patient cases as entities, Dako Omnis keeps slides belonging to the same case together throughout the staining workflow. This helps your laboratory:
- Reduce staff hands-on time related to sorting and reassembly of cases
- Deliver more complete patient cases to the pathologists
- Enable faster patient diagnosis
A laboratory with approximately 22,000 IHC slides per year and two Dako Omnis instruments could save up to 37 working days on staining-related hands-on time per year. Visit our Pathology Lab Workflow page to read a real-life case study about how a lab increased the number of patient cases completed the same day by 74%, while also reducing hands-on time by 37%. Converting this to a yearly measure equals a reduction of 37 working days of hands-on time. See how Dako Omnis can give you more time.