Choosing the Right Clinical Review Monitor
Superior Cost Performance Monitors Ideal for Viewing Patients Charts with Medical Images Introduced in EIZO's RadiForce MX-Series Displays
Display Differs Depending Upon Grayscale Tones
Standard monitors for general office use have grayscale tone characteristics which may vary even between the same models. In the medical field, monitors must display medical images accurately and consistently.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Part 14 specifies a display function for grayscale which is now used as a standard to adjust the grayscale tone characteristics of monitors used in the medical field.
Cost-Efficiency Demanded Under Clinical Review Applications
Medical images can now be reviewed with clinical record applications. However, it is costly for hospitals to install high-performance, DICOM calibration compatible diagnostic monitors throughout the entire hospital, and a cost-efficient solution is demanded for clinical review application usage environment.
Calibration to the DIOCOM Part 14 Compliant and Superior Cost Performance Monitor is Optimum for Clinical Review
With the bundled RadiCS LE quality control software installed, a built-in backlight sensor periodically checks for brightness irregularities of RadiForce MX-Series monitors. Furthermore, simplified calibration compliant with the DICOM Part 14 standard can be periodically performed to correct the brightness and grayscale tones of the monitor. Superior cost performance will be achieved when installing a large number of monitors compliant to DICOM Part 14 in clinical review application usage environments.
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