TriMetis Computer-Assisted Pathology

Informed Decisions

Trained by Pathologists for Pathologists

 

TriMetis Computer Assisted Pathology (TCAP) takes on the activities that humans are not well-suited, but critical to downstream pathology services, molecular testing, and research decisions. 

Activities such as checking Stain Quality, quantifying Spatial Relationships and Counting Pathological Features are more easily analyzed by artificial intelligence.

Board Certified Pathologists have trained the TCAP applications to do the dirty work, enabling Pathologists to focus on the most important activities supporting patient care.

Easily deployed in the pathology workflow, TCAP increases throughput informs decisions of which cases are ready to test and others that need review.

Slide Quality
Knowing if an H&E slide has an issue before the Pathologist reviews it, can save a lot of time and aggravation. Use computer-assisted pathology to determine if a slide needs to be re-cut or re-stained.
Tissue Quality
Knowing if tissue has enough tumor nuclei for downstream testing can save time and money. Let computer-assisted pathology review the H&E, count the nuclei, and identify the regions with the highest tumor density within minutes.
IHC Stain Quality
Not all IHC stains are equal. Staining quality and sufficiency have a significant impact on the interpretive accuracy of the diagnostic tests based on IHC. The human and financial costs of inaccurate diagnostic interpretation can be high. Qualitopix (TM) by VisioPharm is available via ARCH. Check the stain quality before the Pathologists sees it. Fix issues with your high-value IHC stainers before they become systemic problems.

Case: How long would it take to count nuclei in a biopsy?

Nuclei Count

Counting Nuclei is a very mundane task. It would take days to annotate tumor nuclei in surgical resection.

This is a very poor use of highly-trained, high-cost board-certified pathologists.

Out of necessity and in the interest of time, pathologists select areas on the tissue and estimate the amount of tumor nuclei.

These estimations drive critical often expensive decisions for downstream activities such as immunohistochemistry, genomic profiling, and pharmaceutical and diagnostic research.

It is much easier and significantly faster for Ai to identify and count tumor nuclei.

Anyone can run TCAP. It does not require any highly-trained histotechnician or certified pathologist. 

In minutes, TCAP identifies and counts nuclei allowing for more informed decisions about the usability and the predicted success of tissue before consuming it.

TCAP Results Table

Try TCAP | Free Demo

Want to try TCAP out for yourself? Fill out the form below, and we’ll send you a link to a free demonstration where you can upload the image of your tissue sample for analysis, or we can schedule a live demo provided by our team.