3D Surgical monitors in an operating room present surgical camera video and procedure related information to surgeons and nurses. Traditionally, operating rooms had one or two surgical monitors, depending on the medical procedures being performed and space availability. These certified medical grade monitors would be moved around on carts that could be brought into the operating room as needed. However, in recent years, the number of surgical displays in the OR has increased and particularly those facilities used for cardiology procedures or medical teaching facilities use three or more surgical monitors per room. In addition, facilities mount large medical displays on walls to present camera live video from the operation to those in the gallery.
Surgical monitors undergo stringent testing and in order to be classified as a medical grade display they must have FDA 510K (Class II) approval. These medical grade monitors utilize a fanless cooling design to reduce the risk of spreading airborne contaminants within the sterile field. Additionally, sealed membrane control buttons are used for the user interface. This eliminates the risk of contaminants collecting in crevices and reduces the risk of cross‐contamination.
Barco medical grade monitors are known worldwide as the leader in healthcare medical imaging. Display solutions presented in both surgical monitors and diagnostic displays have helped to showcase their constant high quality research and development when it comes to designing the latest medical grade monitors. Targeting niche markets and producing a constant stream of diagnostic displays and surgical monitors, fostering knowledge sharing and smart decision making in organizations and helps hospitals provide their patients with the best possible healthcare. Barco controls the entire imaging chain: monitors, software (MediCal QAWeb), graphic card cables for a complete end-to-end solution & helps hospitals provide their patients with the best possible healthcare.
Image-guided Surgery Solutions
During Interventional Radiology (IR), a wide range of medical information and images are required all at once. EIZO’s large-scale monitors for operating rooms can display images from multiple modalities simultaneously. This improves work flow while solving common issues encountered in multi-monitor environments.
EIZO’s surgical monitors increase flexibility and efficiency for procedures. They can be set-up easily to display many gamma models, including DICOM Part 14 for a seamless extension of PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) into the operating room.
Advances in endoscopic video cameras used in procedures have increased demands on monitors within these systems. EIZO monitors offer smooth rendering of the movements and variable color adjustments for easier tissue recognition.
FSN Medical brings cutting-edge technology to medical visualization applications in surgical environments including endoscopic procedures, patient monitoring, X-ray images, and ultrasound. Medical grade surgical monitors provide live video images with incredible 4K resolution in the operating room. FSN monitors are ready, out of the box, for the advanced digital O.R.
LG Medical Monitors are built to DICOM Standards; carefully designed in accordance to the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine’s standards. LG Medical Monitors generate consistent-quality images from all medical sites. Continuous even brightness of the Backlight Output Stabilization guarantees the stability of the LCD backlight, making image viewing thorough and clear even over a long periods of operation. LG Medical Monitors are able to handle emergency situations by supplying power quickly.
With distortion-free color from wide viewing angles, LG has built in powerful functions that support accurate patient diagnosis. Enjoy added flexibility with the freely controllable stand that supports tilting, swivel motions and height changes. The multi-lingual OSD interface ensures great convenience with the support of multiple languages.
NDS Surgical Imaging
NDSSi’s technological and engineering advances serves the rapidly developing surgical display, medical wireless imaging, patient monitoring display, and medical video routing markets. These markets encompass a range of specific areas where NDSsi’s medical imaging products are used including endoscopy, image guided surgery, interventional medicine, and patient and bedside monitoring. NDSsi is the global leader in designing and manufacturing comprehensive medical imaging and informatics solutions for today’s operative and interventional suites.
Broad Product Line of Panasonic 2D and 3D Medica-Grade Monitors provide superior HD capabilities with stereoscopic features to produce sharp, accurate and bright images from endoscopic cameras, PACS, C-arms and other surgical imaging devices and cameras. They are available in 26, 32 (2D & 3D) and 37-inch class screen sizes and integrate easily into the OR control and equipment management systems. They employ broadcast-quality image processing technology for superior picture quality and essentially no image lag. The available 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution enables them to take advantage of higher-resolution cameras and image sources to provide surgeons with superior HD medical imaging for a broad range of clinical applications and configuration needs.
Sony surgical monitors offer surgeons and OR staff a clear view of images from medical cameras and other medical imaging modalities up to 4K resolution, with a wide range of inputs and display modes for seamless integration in modern medical workflows. The full range of Sony medical displays provide high luminance, contrast and image stability.