LabCam down under and way over yonder

June 17, 2019

LabCam down under and way over yonder

A veterinary clinic in Tasmania, Australia had a constant problem. There was no vet pathology lab in their state, so they had to send slides by mail and wait days for results. Until they bought a LabCam iPhone camera adapter for their microscope.

Now they use their LabCam every day to capture images and email them to the lab so they can get prompt interim results. The lab was so impressed with the quality of the images they've used them for publication.

Dr. Moira van Dorsselaer's clinic is down under and way over yonder so she never knows what she may be called upon to treat--even an endangered Orange Bellied Parrot. When it's an emergency and she needed results right now, a LabCam iPhone microscope adapter put the lab and a pathologist as close as a FaceTime call.






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