The XPERT® 80-L Specimen Radiography System

When it comes to imaging routine gross specimens in the pathology lab, experts rely on the proven power of the XPERT 80 Systems for unsurpassed image quality, ease of use and efficiency.

Why the XPERT 80-L System?

  • 43 cm x 43 cm (17″ x 17″) detector for gross specimen imaging*
  • Stainless steel cabinet with internal dimensions of
    63 cm wide x 71 cm deep x 53 cm high (25″ x 28″ x 21″)
  • Micro-focus images of up to 5 microns or 100 lp/mm for maximum resolution and detail.
  • Mobile system for easy transport; benchtop system available
  • Enables Pathologists to effortlessly image excised breast and bone samples.
  • Interfaces seamlessly with pathology and LIS software.
  • Laser centering guide ensures accurate alignment of specimen and detector.
  • Annotate and save images in multiple formats for clinical and academic use.
  • All KUBTEC systems are compatible with Windows 10.
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Compare The XPERT 80-L System to the competition.

Spatial Resolution

KUBTEC XPERT 80-L

Up to 100 lp/mm

Faxitron Pathvision

Up to 40 lp/mm

Detector Size

KUBTEC XPERT 80-L

Up to 17″ x 17″

Faxitron Pathvision

9″ x 11.5″

HD Optical Camera

KUBTEC XPERT 80-L

Standard

Faxitron Pathvision

Not Available

Specimen Alert

KUBTEC XPERT 80-L

Automatic

Faxitron Pathvision

Not Available

Publications

Efficacy of Intraventricular Sponge Placement to Capture Debris in Aortic Valve Replacement. Kyle Purrman, Hossein Amirjamshidi, Chauncey Syposs, Courtney Vidovich, Brendan Boyce, and Peter Knight. University of Rochester Medical Center, University of Rochester. Feb 2021. XPERT 80 System.

  • In the surgical pathology lab, the surgical sponges were grossly examined for any signs of debris, and then were radiographically imaged using a KUBTEC XPERT radiography system. Unused sponges were also imaged as negative controls
  • Of note, 15 (75%) of surgical sponges registered positivity for some degree of cellular and/or acellular debris. 7 (35%) of sponges were positive for calcified debris on gross examination of the specimen. On radiographic examination using a KUBTEC XPERT radiography system, 15 (75%) were shown to be positive for debris. Histologic examination using Hematoxylin and Eosin and von Kassa Calcium stain revealed that 5 (25%) of specimens registered histologic positivity for calcified debris, indicating the presence of calcified atherosclerotic plaque.

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