Today, the medical monitor plays a vital role in the healthcare industry. With processing components, display devices, and sensors, these devices allow for the continual monitoring of a patient, and alert medical staff of any changes in the patient’s general condition. A medical monitor is also an effective solution for... patient self check-in, electronic medical record keeping, nursing stations, and paperless charting. There are also medical monitors designed to meet the demands of healthcare professionals in medical imaging and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). With high-tech resolution, radiologists can read X-ray images clearly.
If your medical office, medical center, or hospital is in need of a medical monitor, Connection offers a wide array of medical displays from leading brands like NDS, Planar, Barco, and NEC. The NDS Dome is designed for medical displays in the operating room, cardiology, radiology, and dermatology. The medical monitor features both grayscale calibrated imaging and bright color calibrated imaging. Planar manufactures monitor displays for MR, DR, CR, and CT diagnostic imaging. With remote management, reporting, and conformance testing capabilities, these monitor displays are perfect for a PACS system.
The calibration of medical displays is always important. Each image that is displayed needs to be displayed consistently every time it is viewed. LCD monitors need initial calibration to map their light output range to the DICOM curve. After usage, they often need some form of manual or automated calibration to ensure they are up to standard. In the healthcare industry, there are two methods of maintaining calibration. One method entails putting a backlight control sensor in the rear display to measure peak luminance. The second method entails putting a tiny sensor on the front of the monitor display.
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