Improving Wellbeing Through Innovation
Cirdan is a leading provider of informatics and imaging solutions that enhance and speed up the diagnosis of patients. Headquartered in the UK, with offices in Canada and Australia, Cirdan is recognised as one of the leading suppliers of laboratory information systems worldwide. Our systems are currently helping to increase efficiency and streamline operations in clinical laboratories across six continents.
“A recent review of our LIS product led our organisation to the conclusion that ULTRA is still a market leading product with the best ROI for us.”Sean Jackson
ULTRA Laboratory Information System
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Introducing Cirdan Collect: Harness the power of a Lab Information System (LIS) to streamline the sample collection process in your Laboratory
This week for #National Pathology Week we are looking towards the future of Pathology by exploring the clinical innovations Cirdan provides to support this important service. We are delighted to introduce Cirdan Collect, a sample collection application which provides a step-by-step guided digital workflow to assist with positive patient identification and deliver critical information on collecting samples such as, which containers to use, order of draw, and what quantities are required.
Kerri Douglas joined Cirdan back in 2019 as a placement student. Now 3 years later, Kerri is a full time Lab Analyst working as part of the clinical team to support the verification and validation teams. Her daily activities also include helping with internal and external training, assisting the sales team with tender and application demonstrations as well as assisting in client discovery and implementation.
Last week we were delighted to send our first shipment of our latest specimen imaging system, Solas OR to a customer in the US. Solas OR is our dedicated X-ray specimen cabinet designed for surgical and biopsy suites. Solas OR incorporates Cirdan’s latest technology to produce images with high levels of detail and contrast, giving the surgeon high quality images at the point of care meaning less time in the OR environment for the patient.