The constantly growing number of medical devices and equipment used in the OR is a major challenge for OR and nursing staff. This is because, even in stressful situations, they have to be able to operate the equipment without making an error. Different user interfaces and systems that are not compatible with one another sometimes force the OR team into using awkward workflows.
With CuratOR Caliop, EIZO has developed an integration software that centralizes key OR-workflows on a single platform.
Simple and intuitive menu navigation
Designed for use with mouse and touchscreen as well as remotely (foot switch / endoscope head buttons)
Only one user interface is necessary
Modules can be added on and additional elements can be purchased later
With TIP0410-HDMI, image and video data, as well as control signals, can be transmitted with zero latency or loss in a 10 Gbit network. As a result, a flexible video routing can be realized using standardized, forwardlooking network technology.
Uncompressed, loss-free data transmission of 10 Gbit/s
Transmission with zero latency, for better hand-eye coordination
One device can be used as a decoder and encoder
Up to two video links per device can be processed
Multiple views on a monitor possible through one signal
This high-brightness color monitor for diagnosis is perfect for accurate displaying of grayscale tones as well as color images in the medical environment. The monitor accepts multiple input signals from both state of the art and legacy systems. Its high contrast creates the perfect fit for most grayscale modalities and imaging systems. Typical application areas are endoscopy, cardiology and ultrasound.
Five precalibrated 10 bit look up tables selectable for diverse modalities and viewing environments.
Freely adjustable user lookup table allowing users to set their own preferences.
Color slider for color adjustment in the field without the loss of grayscale tones.
Grayscale tones adjusted in the factory to meet DICOM Part 14 standard for optimum viewing of DICOM images.
Force Mode for tailoring the monitor to even the most specialized timing requirements.
The 58 inch viewing area of LS580W enables a new dimension in medical imaging allowing high flexibility in arranging different screen layouts. Important pictures can be scaled to the desired size, less important information can be moved out of the focus. The LS580W supports life time luminance stability. Its tone curves match DICOM/CIE recommendations. The monitor can be mounted to ceiling suspensions and is ideal for operating rooms where multiple medical images need to be displayed simultaneously.
58-inch LCD module with 8 megapixel (4K ultra HD) resolution.
Environmentally-friendly LED backlight offering a maximum brightness of 700 cd/m².
Redundant components architecture for a high degree of operational reliability.
Factory-adjusted grayscale tones to meet DICOM Part 14 standard for optimum display of medical DICOM images.
5 user-selectable 11-bit look-up tables enable accurate viewing of any type of medical image.
Homogeneous brightness uniformity across the entire screen.
The SCD 19102 produces color and gray scale images for the accurate, high-speed presentation of motion studies and dynamic images in endoscopy, surgery, cardiac imaging, and ultrasound. Like all displays from EIZO, the device is pre-calibrated in the factory. The five integrated look-up tables (LUTs) loaded with practice-oriented settings of high image quality are stored in the display enabling the use of standard graphics boards. The display can be set and re-calibrated in the field in accordance with the CIE or DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) standard.
19-inch LCD module with 1 megapixel resolution offering a maximum brightness of 330 cd/m²
Fully automated luminance stability through the Integrated Stability System (ISS)
CIE/DICOM compliant gray scale response built into the display
Adjustable color point for optimized display matching
Fully supported by the RadiCS quality assurance tool
5 user defined 10 bit look up tables adaptable to diverse reading and viewing environments
Gamma response calibrated during manufacturing to provide consistent image quality from one display to the next
State of the art video signal rendering; video standards: PAL, NTSC
Force Mode for tailoring the display to even the most specialized timing requirements
The Large Monitor Manager LMM0804 enables digital and analog images from various sources to be arranged flexibly on large-format or multiple monitors. The LMM0804 has been designed for use in operating rooms, where an extremely flexible image display is required during surgery. At the same time, the image content for each individual unit can be defined separately.
Small and compact size allows easy installation in existing systems.
Up to 8 signal sources can be displayed simultaneously on a maximum of 5 connected monitors.
The monitors can be connected over a distance of up to 36 m.
Image is available within 4 secondes after system reboot.
Maximum image latency of one frame (input to output) provides almost real-time image).
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