Join Us in Philadelphia

68TH AACC ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING & CLINICAL LAB EXPO
Booth Number: #1727

Exhibits:
August 2 – August 4

Booth Hours:
Tuesday, August 2: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday, August 3: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday, August 4: 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Join Us in Philadelphia

68TH AACC ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING & CLINICAL LAB EXPO
Booth Number: #1727

Exhibits:
August 2 – August 4

Booth Hours:
Tuesday, August 2: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday, August 3: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday, August 4:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Beyond a Better Box

Join us in booth 1727 and learn how Sysmex has taken hematology Beyond a Better Box with an intuitive ecosystem designed to improve lab operations, promote better outcomes and enhance your patient management practices.

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Next Generation Diagnostics
Clinical differences set Sysmex apart from all others – Learn More »

Advanced Tools and TECHNOLOGIES
Proprietary capabilities to increase your labs’ insight and control – Learn More »

Process Optimization
Operational expertise moves your lab beyond simple automation – Learn More »

Harmonized Support
A truly holistic service approach dedicated to maximizing uptime – Learn More »

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Introducing BeyondCare from Sysmex – a truly holistic approach to maximizing system performance,
designed to bring new levels of insight, efficiency and agility to your lab.

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Sysmex Theater

Our Sysmex in-booth theater will feature distinguished presenters sharing impactful 20-minute presentations that will get you “thinking beyond!”

Presentations in the Sysmex theater area will run from August 2 – August 4. Individual demos of the new mobile interface are available at the Sysmex Services Station in our booth.

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Presentation Speakers

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Director of Laboratory Services and Clinical Trials, John T Mather Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY

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Urinalysis Update: Welcome to the 21st Century!

This session will describe how urinalysis technology can be a game changer and examine how leveraging automation can improve efficiencies and lead to better patient test management.

Sysmex Booth #1727

August 2: 10:30 a.m.

2016-08-02 10:30:00
2016-08-02 10:50:00
America/Chicago
Urinalysis Update: Welcome to the 21st Century!
Presented By: Denise Geiger, PhD, DLM(ASCP). This session will describe how urinalysis technology can be a game changer and examine how leveraging automation can improve efficiencies and lead to better patient test management.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
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August 3: 10:30 a.m.

2016-08-03 10:30:00
2016-08-03 10:50:00
America/Chicago
Urinalysis Update: Welcome to the 21st Century!
Presented By: Denise Geiger, PhD, DLM(ASCP). This session will describe how urinalysis technology can be a game changer and examine how leveraging automation can improve efficiencies and lead to better patient test management.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

Director of Clinical Pathology, Children’s Health; Chief of Service, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Children’s Medical Center Plano; Assistant Professor Pathology, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

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Moving Towards Slideless Hematology Practice with Remote Clinician Access to Digital Cell Morphology

This session will explore advantages and efficiencies gain from using digital cell image analysis in the clinical lab and will demonstrate how remote clinician access to cell images can provide more rapid diagnosis and treatment through case study examples.

Sysmex Booth #1727

August 2: 11:30 a.m.

2016-08-02 11:30:00
2016-08-02 11:50:00
America/Chicago
Moving Towards Slideless Hematology Practice with Remote Clinician Access to Digital Cell Morphology
Presented By: Hung S. Luu, PharmD, MD. This session will explore advantages and efficiencies gain from using digital cell image analysis in the clinical lab and will demonstrate how remote clinician access to cell images can provide more rapid diagnosis and treatment through case study examples.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

August 3: 11:30 a.m.

2016-08-03 11:30:00
2016-08-03 11:50:00
America/Chicago
Moving Towards Slideless Hematology Practice with Remote Clinician Access to Digital Cell Morphology
Presented By: Hung S. Luu, PharmD, MD. This session will explore advantages and efficiencies gain from using digital cell image analysis in the clinical lab and will demonstrate how remote clinician access to cell images can provide more rapid diagnosis and treatment through case study examples.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

Assistant Professor, Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology; Director, Esoteric Chemistry, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

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The Diagnostic Utility of Hematological Parameters to Predict Sepsis

This session will take a brief look at the pathobiology of sepsis, identify hematological abnormalities that occur during sepsis and discuss the clinical utility of inflammatory biomarkers and hematological parameters to predict sepsis early in its pathobiological process.

Sysmex Booth #1727

August 2: 1:30 p.m.

2016-08-02 13:30:00
2016-08-02 13:50:00
America/Chicago
The Diagnostic Utility of Hematological Parameters to Predict Sepsis
Presented By: Alison Woodworth, PhD, DABCC, FACB. This session will take a brief look at the pathobiology of sepsis, identify hematological abnormalities that occur during sepsis and discuss the clinical utility of inflammatory biomarkers and hematological parameters to predict sepsis early in its pathobiological process.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

August 3: 1:30 p.m.

2016-08-03 13:30:00
2016-08-03 13:50:00
America/Chicago
The Diagnostic Utility of Hematological Parameters to Predict Sepsis
Presented By: Alison Woodworth, PhD, DABCC, FACB. This session will take a brief look at the pathobiology of sepsis, identify hematological abnormalities that occur during sepsis and discuss the clinical utility of inflammatory biomarkers and hematological parameters to predict sepsis early in its pathobiological process.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

Regional Laboratory Manager, Cancer and Hematology Centers of Western MI, Grand Rapids, MI

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Utilization of Advanced Hematology Parameters in Cancer Patients

This session will explore the laboratory’s role at a busy Oncology Center and how patient satisfaction is greatly influenced by the timeliness and quality of results. Case studies are utilized to demonstrate how novel hematology parameters are used to drive treatment plans and improve outcomes.

Sysmex Booth #1727

August 2: 2:30 p.m.

2016-08-02 14:30:00
2016-08-02 14:50:00
America/Chicago
Utilization of Advanced Hematology Parameters in
Cancer Patients

Presented By: Evelyn Graham MT(ASCP). This session will explore the laboratory’s role at a busy Oncology Center and how patient satisfaction is greatly influenced by the timeliness and quality of results. Case studies are utilized to demonstrate how novel hematology parameters are used to drive treatment plans and improve outcomes.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

August 3: 2:30 p.m.

2016-08-03 14:30:00
2016-08-03 14:50:00
America/Chicago
Utilization of Advanced Hematology Parameters in
Cancer Patients

Presented By: Evelyn Graham MT(ASCP). This session will explore the laboratory’s role at a busy Oncology Center and how patient satisfaction is greatly influenced by the timeliness and quality of results. Case studies are utilized to demonstrate how novel hematology parameters are used to drive treatment plans and improve outcomes.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

August 4: 10:30 a.m.

2016-08-04 10:30:00
2016-08-04 10:50:00
America/Chicago
Utilization of Advanced Hematology Parameters in
Cancer Patients

Presented By: Evelyn Graham MT(ASCP). This session will explore the laboratory’s role at a busy Oncology Center and how patient satisfaction is greatly influenced by the timeliness and quality of results. Case studies are utilized to demonstrate how novel hematology parameters are used to drive treatment plans and improve outcomes.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

Hematology Supervisor, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH

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Lean in the Lab: A Process Improvement Journey

This session will introduce DMAIC – a Lean Six Sigma process improvement method that is data-driven and can be applied in a wide array of settings. To demonstrate the practical application of the DMAIC process, the speaker will share summaries of actual improvement projects undertaken by the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Department of Pathology, including the goals, outcomes, challenges and successes experienced by various project teams.

Sysmex Booth #1727

August 2: 3:30 p.m.

2016-08-02 15:30:00
2016-08-02 15:50:00
America/Chicago
Lean in the Lab: A Process Improvement Journey
Presented By: Dorothy Martin MT(ASCP). This session will introduce DMAIC – a Lean Six Sigma process improvement method that is data-driven and can be applied in a wide array of settings. To demonstrate the practical application of the DMAIC process, the speaker will share summaries of actual improvement projects undertaken by the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Department of Pathology, including the goals, outcomes, challenges and successes experienced by various project teams.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

August 3: 3:30 p.m.

2016-08-03 15:30:00
2016-08-03 15:50:00
America/Chicago
Lean in the Lab: A Process Improvement Journey
Presented By: Dorothy Martin MT(ASCP). This session will introduce DMAIC – a Lean Six Sigma process improvement method that is data-driven and can be applied in a wide array of settings. To demonstrate the practical application of the DMAIC process, the speaker will share summaries of actual improvement projects undertaken by the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Department of Pathology, including the goals, outcomes, challenges and successes experienced by various project teams.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

August 4: 11:30 a.m.

2016-08-04 11:30:00
2016-08-04 11:50:00
America/Chicago
Lean in the Lab: A Process Improvement Journey
Presented By: Dorothy Martin MT(ASCP). This session will introduce DMAIC – a Lean Six Sigma process improvement method that is data-driven and can be applied in a wide array of settings. To demonstrate the practical application of the DMAIC process, the speaker will share summaries of actual improvement projects undertaken by the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Department of Pathology, including the goals, outcomes, challenges and successes experienced by various project teams.
Booth #1727
Sysmex
communications@sysmex.com

Sysmex Webinars

Sysmex offers a continuing series of Webinars that provide free
CEUs focused on managerial and technical topics.

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Featured Products

Whether your lab handles 10 or 10,000 samples every day, Sysmex has the reliable instrumentation and integrated information systems every modern laboratory needs. Sysmex offers a suite of hematology, urinalysis and hemostasis solutions that provide diagnostic results quickly in acute or non-acute care settings. Visit the Sysmex booth 1727 at AACC to see featured products:

Hematology

Scalable Automation Hematology Processing System

XN-Series

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Compact
Automation

XN-Series

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Continuum of Education

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Your Personal Lab Assistant

My Sysmex

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Total Lab Automation Connectivity

TLA

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Beyond a Better Box

Latest Hematology Middleware

WAM 5.0

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Expanding the Routine CBC – Advanced Clinical Parameters

ACP

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Concentrated Reagent System

RU-20

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Urinalysis

UF-1000i

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Flow Cytometry Instruments & Reagents

CyFlow®

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For more information or inquiries, please contact communications@sysmex.com.

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