Worldwide, the majority of hospitals have moved towards filmless environments for their medical imaging and medical display monitors are vital to the success of a diagnosis. Hospital demands for monitor performance vary according to where the monitor is used and what it is used for. Therefore, EIZO provides the widest range of monitor solutions to meet all the medical imaging demands of hospitals and imaging centers. The RadiForce G&R-Series are specially designed 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 megapixel monochrome and color monitors that take full account of medical institutions’ needs for different types of accurate monitors with DICOM Part 14 standard calibration and high-performance capabilities required for confident diagnosis. EIZO’s RadiForce MX-Series of cost performance clinical review monitors deliver calibration that is compliant with DICOM Part 14 without the heavy price tag associated with diagnostic grade monitors. The MX-Series is ideal for viewing patient charts with MRI and CT medical images in DICOM Part 14 standard and come in both widescreen and square formats, in various resolutions, to meet the diverse needs of medical facilities. As the variety of different image sources increases in state-of-the-art operating rooms, ORs are increasingly shifting from traditional X-ray film to displaying images on monitors. These images originate from endoscopy cameras to C-arms or Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and all signals come into the operating room at once. With EIZO’s RadiForce surgical monitors, all images can be conveniently provided in the OR for clear decision-making and the highest diagnostic precision with great space efficiency.


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