VETSCAN IMAGYST conveniently delivers AI-driven blood smear analysis, providing critical data to supplement complete blood count (CBC) results and help inform diagnosis and treatment
VETSCAN IMAGYST uses the accuracy of AI to efficiently read blood smears in minutes, so your staff doesn’t have to1
IMAGYST provides AI-driven analysis of blood smears, so your staff can focus on other tasks
Blood smear data may provide important information to supplement automated CBCs for the diagnosis and/or treatment of patients who are sick or with hematologic abnormalities
Blood smear evaluations to supplement CBC results are not often performed in veterinary clinics due to:
Prepare and scan slide in clinic using traditional methods
VETSCAN IMAGYST uses AI-driven analysis to:
CLARIFY abnormalities to supplement CBC results
PROVIDE an estimated platelet count and identify the presence of platelet clumps, which may impact platelet counts
VERIFY a WBC differential (%) and estimated count (relative count of each cell type)
IDENTIFY and count polychromatophils (immature red blood cells—an indicator of a potential regenerative process) and nucleated red blood cells
Use any in-clinic hematology analyzer
Get additional insights with VETSCAN IMAGYST AI Blood Smear
Access expert review by a Zoetis clinical pathologist for further evaluation via digital image transfer when needed*†
Evaluate cell information not reported by AI review, including:
*Additional costs may apply.
†Option to send physical slide to our network of clinical pathologists as needed.
For all 5 cells of the differential (neutrophils), 93.2% to 100% of dog samples (n=59) and 88.3% to 100% of act samples (n=60) were within the 99% prediction interval of the model.
PLT=platelet;WBC=white blood cell.
High-resolution images from VETSCAN IMAGYST.
References: 1. Data on file, Study No. D870R-US-21-045, 2021, Zoetis Inc. 2. Kjelgaard-Hansen M, Jensen AL. Is the inherent imprecision of manual leukocyte differential counts acceptable for quantitative purposes? Vet Clin Pathol. 2006;35(3):268-270. doi:10.1111/j.1939-165x.2006.tb00128.x. 3. Fuentes-Arderiu X, García-Panyella M, Dot-Bach D. Between-examiner reproducibility in manual differential leukocyte counting. Accred Qual Assur. 2007;12:643–645. doi:10.1007/s00769-007-0323-0. 4. Tvedten HW, Lilliehöök IE. Canine differential leukocyte counting with the CellaVision DM96Vision, Sysmex XT-2000iV, and Advia 2120 hematology analyzers and a manual method. Vet Clin Pathol. 2011;40(3):324-339. doi:10.1111/j.1939-165X.2011.00347.x.
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