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Mindray Showcases Hematology Innovations at ISLH 2022

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 27 Sep 2022
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Image: The MC-80 digital cell morphology analyzer can screen and diagnose malignant and non-malignant blood diseases (Photo courtesy of Mindray)
Image: The MC-80 digital cell morphology analyzer can screen and diagnose malignant and non-malignant blood diseases (Photo courtesy of Mindray)

Mindray (Shenzhen, China) showcased its hematology innovations and academic achievements to medical experts from Europe and around the world at the International Symposium on Technological Innovations in Laboratory Hematology (ISLH 2022) held between September 8-10 in Bologna, Italy. Held annually, the symposium serves as an international platform where the latest technology, new ideas and research findings in laboratory hematology are showcased and shared.

At ISLH 2022, Mindray held a seminar titled "The New Era of Digital Morphology", where Prof. Gina Zini and Prof. Anna Merino, two renowned experts in morphology, presented an evaluation of the performance of its MC-80 digital cell morphology analyzer in detecting onco-hematological diseases by referring to special clinical cases, and how it can help doctors screen and diagnose malignant and non-malignant blood diseases, respectively through high-resolution blood cell images. During the ISLH poster session, 32 posters from Mindray's hematology end-users were presented after stringent evaluation based on unique insights and exceptional academic values, outnumbering all other exhibitors. At its ISLH 2022 booth, Mindray showcased its new MC-80 digital cell morphology analyzer and the BC-700 series hematology analyzer, which attracted much interest from visitors. Mindray's academic strength was also recognized by the ISLH committee which granted the company the "Berend Houwen Travel Award" for outstanding contributions to the industry and excellence in academics.

Before ISLH, Mindray attracted over 700 participants to the HemaTalk Italy 2022 Global Live Event. Dr. Ramon Simon-Lopez from Mindray IVD Scientific Research and Medical Affairs, noted that the company has been utilizing its global resources to build a learning and exchange platform for global medical experts and empower the future of laboratory medicine. The attendees held an online conversation with Mindray’s R&D team to discuss the future of laboratory hematology and the latest trends in translating clinical research results into practice. A Q&A session followed where the attendees had their most important questions answered by Mindray’s experts.

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