Modern Clinical Microscopy utilizes microscopes to perform the scientific analysis of non-blood body fluids such as urine, semen, and stool. The chemical and microscopic examination of urine (urinalysis) involves a number of tests to detect and measure compounds that pass through the urine. This provides valuable diagnostic information concerning metabolic dysfunctions of both renal and non-renal origin. Analysis of stool samples (fecalysis) is used to measure things such as stool concentration and composition. Information from these tests can provide early detection of gastro-intestinal bleeding, uncover parasite exposure, and identify liver and biliary duct disorders. Semen analysis is important for evaluating fertility and in post vasectomy. Clinical microscopes are used by: lab technicians, veterinarians, pathologists, physicians and dermatologists.
McBain Systems is proud to carry Motic clinical microscopes. These microscopes are equipped with high quality optics at an appealing price point. For more information on these microscopes please visit the Brands – Motic section of this website or contact McBain Systems to help you identify the best clinical microscope for your application.