When looking at medical computers and equipment, the monitor is usually an afterthought. The most common misconception is that all monitors are the same, just different sizes. However, this is untrue. There are various features and options differentiating medical grade monitors. No matter how good the computer is, ultimately the monitor is what healthcare workers will be interacting with all day.
Durable construction to withstand healthcare disinfectants, crisp image, and medical certification shouldn't be overlooked. Medical grade displays are designed to be used for many purposes from radiology reviews to surgical applications. That's why their accuracy, reliability and lifespan are much longer than consumer monitors.
As anything in a hospital should, these medical grade monitors are certified IEC/UL/cUL 60601-1 to ensure safe usability near the patient and operator. Additionally, the monitors are also certified to IEC/EN 60601-1-2 for compatibility against radiation and electromagnetic waves.
Because monitors are often used in surgeries, a medical grade monitor should be protected against blood or liquid spray. They also need to be resistant to dust and harsh chemical cleaners. The front bezel IP65 rating means you don't have to worry about any liquid or dust entering the computer and damaging the monitor.
Built into the housing so it lasts the life of the computer to protect the computer from degradation or deterioration.
Powerful and highly responsive touch screen with an option to add antimicrobial glass to protect it against harmful microbes. Allows for multi touch so it can detect multiple touch points at the same time and still function properly even with surgical gloves. They can also be equipped with anti-glare technology to increase visibility and reduce eye strain in bright environments such as operating rooms.
Optional integrated barcode scanners and RFID readers can improve the workflow significantly. Use from scanning patients wristbands, medication type and dosage accuracy, to privacy and access to the computer system.
Before a healthcare professional can take care of their patients, they need to make sure they are well taken care of. A medical monitor is a device they will be looking at all day. It's important to have clear and crisp images so they don't strain their eyes.
Cybernet's monitors are built to act as a main screen for technicians and healthcare workers for all day use. With Ultra high definition options, these monitors help doctors and nurses get through their days without fatigue.