Welcome to Medical Electronic Systems, or MES for short, your trusted partner in the world of cutting-edge medical solutions. At MES, we are driven by a singular mission: to revolutionize the field of fertility and infertility testing with our automated semen analysis solutions.
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"The SQA-Vision has been the perfect fit for our laboratory's needs....Without this instrument more manual testing and additional staff would be needed to continue to provide fertility testing in our facility."
"I would recommend this analyzer to any facility that is performing semen analysis for accuracy and consistency. The purchase of the SQA-Vision has been one of the best decisions made by the laboratory to provide the best care for our veterans."
"The MES sperm instrument works all the time with hardly any issues and is a great little instrument I can count on. Furthermore, unlike other companies, the account manager routinely checks in to see how things are going and if we need anything."
"We found SQA-V instrumentation to be technically easy and friendly to use. The instrument and reagents, to include quality control material, are reliable, stable, and require minimal maintenance. Automation helps to provide better patient care when testing a sample that is both time and temperature sensitive by improving accuracy and increasing throughput."
"It has been very beneficial to work with the SQA-Vision for semen analysis testing at our facility. We have been able to standardized patient reporting and greatly decrease the amount of time it takes to finalize testing."
"Our manual Semen Analysis used to take an hour or more but now completed within 5 minutes. We used to have a 24hr turn around time for final reports but now final reports go out to the physician on the day of testing."