There is a wide variety of form factors, screen sizes, and resolutions available in surgical monitors. It is not always easy to make the decision of which monitor is the most suitable for your surgical camera.
There is a wide variety of form factors, screen sizes, and resolutions available in surgical monitors. It is not always easy to make the decision of which monitor is the most suitable for your surgical camera. Which would it be, an LED or an LCD display? 4:3 or 16:9? HD or 4K? The quality of your image may be drastically altered depending on any one of these factors or combinations of factors.
Our surgical monitors provide surgeons and operating room staff with a clear view of images from medical cameras and other medical imaging modalities up to a resolution of 4K. Additionally, these monitors come with a wide range of inputs and display modes for seamless integration in contemporary medical workflows. Our entire selection of medical displays is capable of producing images with great luminance, contrast, and consistency.
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- Surgical lighting is a must-have for any operating room or surgical theater
- because it illuminates the operative field, allowing the surgeon to see clearly
- and perform the procedure effectively.
Depending on the use, these lights might range from big, ceiling-mounted operating room lights to small, portable exam lights. Light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs have recently replaced earlier halogen models due to their higher brightness and lower energy consumption. LED surgery lights are more durable than incandescent alternatives and typically have sophisticated controls for adjusting light intensity, color temperature, and focus.