- November 16, 2018
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Medical Healthcare
Large Size Medical Displays – Consult, Educate and Conference with Clarity
A Large Medical grade Display is of tremendous benefit in situations where multiple viewers must be accommodated:
>> Study and training. A large and clear image is especially important for the training of medical interns.
>> Patient consultation. Many patients do not understand medical terminology. With the help of a large format display, medical professionals can explain things such as surgical procedures and test results, in ways that make more sense to patients.
>> Surgical procedures. A large medical grade monitor is invaluable for a surgical team needing detailed imaging and critical information during a procedure. Multiple networked displays across the room – or several rooms – can be just as important.
>> Remote conferencing. This is invaluable during conferencing between doctors and other medical professionals in distant locations.
>> Detailed diagnosis. Large format Displays can be used for more accurate diagnosis in Radiology, Mammography, Sonar scanning or Pathology.
Features and Benefits of Large Medical Grade Displays
Medical grade LCD Monitors are far superior than displays used for consumer products such as televisions and desktop monitors or notebooks/laptops. When combined with highly advanced LED backlighting, LCD technology ensures the delivery of crisp, bright and color-accurate images to an entire audience, regardless of anyone’s location in the room or viewing angle. It also provides a display that has low maintenance and is energy efficient, reducing image burn-in and colorations. Therefore, you are guaranteed a solution that delivers precise Digital Imaging over a long lifespan.
Large medical grade displays typically have the following features and benefits:
>> High brightness. The high brightness, or more correctly luminance, of medical grade displays ensures better image quality, even at a distance.
>> High contrast ratio. When combined with high brightness, a high contrast ratio is extremely important in diagnostic reading. Subtle lesions and imperfections will be easier to detect and a diagnosis reached faster and more accurately.
>> High resolution. This allows viewers to see more detail without zooming or panning.
>> Wide viewing angle. For obvious reasons, this is crucial when the medical grade monitor has multiple viewers. This feature ensures the exact same image quality and visual information can be seen consistently no matter what angle the display is viewed from.
>> Ultra-precise grayscale imaging. This makes subtle details more noticeable and discernible than a standard monitor. This is especially important when viewing x-rays and ultrasound images. Supreme grayscale imaging produces truly dark blacks and perfect geometry, providing much greater precision.
>> Tough hardware that supports infection control. In an operating room, the latest and best medical LCD displays have toughened glass screens, sealed connectors and covered cabling so they may be cleaned and sterilized thoroughly. They also have advanced cooling mechanisms to eliminate the spread of airborne contaminants.
All these features combine to make a large medical grade display immeasurably valuable for real-time critical decision making, conferencing and education. Surgeons, other medical professionals and students are presented with precise and crisp images that have excellent depth perception.
There is a wide range of large format displays on the market, each with its own customizable features and characteristics. Specialized consultants experienced in the design of Electronic Displays can advise and provide a turnkey networked solution suited ideally to your specific needs.
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