Accurate tracking of all the containers and utensil lots through the database system based on the unique 2D barcode system
The Evidence module is designed to document the location and content of a container (dish, straw, catheter, vial, etc.) in the clinic.
The Evidence module tracks the individual cell in and out of the container. The validation ensures that the correct sample is being processed and prevents patient samples from being mixed up. The container trail includes location, time and operator for each individual container.
All container movements are traced by scanning the barcode.
Utensil lot tracking
Oocytes, embryos and semen samples are assigned to the containers.
Non-active utensil lots can easily be added by using the barcode scanner. Barcode reading ensures high security for correct registration and documentation. The ContainerTracking Module supports GS1 / 2D barcodes used by suppliers like COOK, Vitrolife, Wallace and others.
The name is always printed together with the barcode in order to ensure both human and machine readability.
All labels are assigned to a patient or spouse.
Assigning oocytes and embryos to a container
To track an oocyte or embryo throughout the procedure the number of oocytes or embryos in each container should be assigned to that container.
Ensure correct patient information
Containers in the patient’s inventory
When a couple comes to the clinic, all the data is stored in the database system. The registration of the male is always stored in connection with the woman in patient’s inventory. Therefore, the containers will always be connected to the right person when you scan it.
Track oocytes, embryos and ejaculates from received to transferred
“Witness” the tissue
Data logged information (temperature, co2) about incubator C can therefore easily be associated to the dish location “Position 4” on “Shelf no 3”. This system also applies easily to tabletop incubators with individual measurements.
Scan directly to the incubator location. A scanning point can be located on each incubator or directly in the workspace where the containers are handled. Once the containers are scanned, the system asks for the next location e.g. incubator a - center - shelf b.