Software Overview

Available in US for Research use only and not to be used for diagnostic purposes.

IMSI-Strict: Software Overview

Analysis Modes

With IMSI-Strict, there are three methods of analysis from which to choose: 1) perform real-time morphology on the live, motile image, 2) take a snapshot of the live image and then initiate morphology analysis, or 3) record and save a video to use for analysis.

Easy Access Toolbar

The main analysis controls are accessible from the toolbar, so you do not have to search through menus. This means you can quickly locate the controls, begin analysis and limit the time spent selecting sperm.

IMSI-Strict toolbar

Set the video source to Camera Feed, Video Clip of Image File
 Pixel Resolution Set the pixel resolution or select one of two presets
  Caliper tool
 Snapshot Take snapshot image of live camera feed or video clip
  Perform morphology on snapshot image
  Perform 1-step processing: Take a snapshot image, perform
morphology and optionally save the image to patient folder
 Real-time Morphology Begin real-time morphology
 Record video Begin/stop video recording of the camera feed
 Undock window Undock the video window

One-Touch Morphology

Analyzing in one-touch mode, a snapshot is made of the field, sperm are analyzed, and the image is optionally saved to the patient file. This may also be performed on video samples, as shown below.

 

Video acquired on Leica microscope (DIC).

Real-time Morphology

In real-time mode, the software follows the sperm and assigns categories (normal, sub-normal, abnormal while the sperm is in motion. This may also be performed on video samples, as shown below.

 

Video acquired on Leica microscope (DIC).

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