Digital pathology gives functionality far beyond the microscope. Without the need for physical glass slides, you get access to current and historical images—from anywhere and at any time. Your computer also handles time-consuming tasks so you spend more time actually reviewing cases. What’s more, with the digitization of pathology, second opinions, external reading resources, and specialists are just a mouse click away. Digitization also makes integrated diagnostic workflows possible, improving collaboration with other medical disciplines.
Sectra Education boosts medical education and clinical training at leading institutions and hospitals all over the world using real-life clinical data. Our teaching platform, Sectra Education Portal, lets you access a growing library of quality-assured, premium teaching content from top institutions around the world. This allows teachers, tutors, residents, and students to visualize data from radiology and histology exams during courses and trainings scenarios.
Course material and scenarios are securely stored, continuously backed up, and accessible 24/7 via a Sectra Terminal, such as the Sectra Table or Sectra Board. Or you can access them using personal computers and mobile devices.
Our solution ties in normal anatomy, pathology, trauma, orthopedics, histology, oncology, surgery, and other specialties. The result is medical education in actual clinical situations, revealing the central role radiology and histology plays throughout the patient pathway.
Modern planning systems with 2D and 3D images let orthopaedic surgeons diagnose and plan orthopaedic procedures—for instance knee, hip and complex trauma surgery—with greater accuracy and confidence. With increased precision in planning and more advance preparations, surgeons and operating teams can reduce stress, save time, and minimize risk during surgery. For the patients, planning reduces the risk of postoperative complications. For hospitals, it creates a well-documented workflow to meet regulatory demands and improves the teaching facilities.