A DICOM monitor is compatible with DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) part 14 standards, defined by Grayscale Standard Display Function (GSDF). It ensures the monitor can display accurate grayscale medical imaging, for example, x-ray, and provide detailed information for doctors to make the right diagnoses such as radiology, cardiology, obstetrics, ophthalmology and dentistry.
To optimize patient care and the greater convenience of medical data access, the MX-Series DICOM monitors are designed to display clear and correct the brightness and greyscale levels of medical images in detail with pre-set DICOM mode. This helps medical and healthcare professionals work more effectively to communicate authorization on checking medical images, documents, and image-enabled electronic medical records (EMRs) in a medical environment. Equipped with NeoV™ Optical Hard Glass Screen design, the monitors withstand alcohol and other commonly used cleaning solutions. With the monitors also bolstered by a metal casing, this proprietary glass technology shields them from scratches and other damage.
The MX-Series pre-set DICOM mode is compatible with the DICOM Part 14 standard specifications. This calibration function corrects gamma and luminance to achieve the smooth grayscale that is required for the accurate and consistent appearance of clinical data and other medical images.
In addition to medical-grade power supply, the MX-Series is fully certified with EN/IEC 60601-1 and EN/IEC 60601-1-2 that ensures safety, performance and reliability.
The anti-acid and anti-alkali coating treatment of the NeoV Optical Hard Glass Screen help the MX-Series DICOM monitors withstand alcohol and other commonly used cleaning solutions. With the monitors also bolstered by a metal casing, this proprietary glass technology shields them from scratches and other damage.
Multiple signal source options, including HDMI and DisplayPort 1.2, offer the versatility for the MX-Series to integrate with other instruments. Its broad connectivity enables the PiP/PbP capability that makes multitasking possible — studying different medical images or matching medical records — on a single screen.