A clinical review monitor is to display images of almost every type of medical imaging as a secondary review. The monitor has to support DICOM standards that ensure the grayscale levels of images in detail as a solid review basis. Also, its power supply needs to be medical-grade certified for clinical professionals to operate in a safe and mission-critical environment.
Featuring DICOM preset and medical-grade power supply, the MD-Series clinical review monitors ensure correct and consistent brightness and greyscale levels of medical images in detail at any viewing angle. Its image stability, medical-grade power supply, and VESA-compatible mounts give clinical professionals confidence in clinical review and easy to set up a mobile workstation while meeting the standards of premium quality assurance and financial benefits.
In a departure from standard monitors, the MD-Series clinical review monitors adopt specially designed low-voltage medical-grade power supply to ensure safety, performance, and reliability—three critical requirements for any healthcare or professional medical environment. Compliance with the IEC / EN 60601-1 standard power supply ensures the safety of your staff and patients in the clinical settings, preventing an electric shock, energy-related hazards, fire, and heat-related hazards.
In a departure from standard monitors, the MD-Series monitors with DICOM Part 14 compatible display consistent and accurate grayscale levels of medical images in detail. Thus, it helps clinical professionals to correctly verify a patient’s health conditions and saves communication time to make the right treatment decision preventing critical disease or injuries.
Get the mobility you need to treat patients in different parts of your healthcare facility with our MD-Series clinical review monitors. Its medical-grade power adaptors and flexible VESA patterns make it happen, allowing nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals to get the mobile workspace by using medical computer cart to treat patients wherever they are.