These UHD 4k medical monitors have the power and clarity to provide useful and highly-detailed medical images, which improves communication, diagnoses, and patient outcomes.
Whether you intend to use this as a PACS monitor or as a standard imaging monitor, the 8MP UHD medical monitor provides a medical-grade MVA LED panel. This creates a clearer picture for technicians, physicians, and surgeons of all stripes and specialties.
By investing in a medical monitor with 4k resolution you can reduce interpretive error by simply offering more detail, better lighting, and a clear multi-layered picture of an injury or abnormality.
Imaging monitors and hardware are taking enormous leaps in processing power, but a standard-definition monitor eliminates all of those advantages by simply lacking the technology to replicate what the scan actually sees.
We've deployed several of these monitors on carts throughout our facility now and they are a hit! Previously we were tied to laptop screens on powered carts. These offer full workstation capability and stay powered for a long time. The nurses love them.
-A.S., Director of Information Technology
Tristar Southern Hills Medical Center
Surgical monitors must be high-resolution to match current technology, but moreover, they must be ready for the future of digital imaging. Monitor processors and graphical processes are constantly increasing at an exponential rate, providing doctors and radiologists with bleeding-edge imaging technology.
Cybernet's latest innovation is the world's first and only medical monitors with antimicrobial properties built in to protect the monitor from degradation or deterioration. In addition all of Cybernet's medical monitors are IP65 rated for easy cleaning and disinfection.
An optional embedded privacy filter fits behind the touch glass meaning you never have to replace stick-on filters again. This is ideal for maintaining the privacy of medical records in open, high traffic areas and for staying in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
The monitor itself also has a privacy button, meaning clinicians can turn off the screen, without turning off the power, allowing them to temporarily walk away without leaving valuable private information in plain view.
The optional anti-glare and anti-reflective technology in these 4k medical monitors allows for a better viewing experience independent of the lighting conditions in a bright operating room or in a darkened imaging suite. Rather than having a screen washed out by the blinding lights of an operating theater, the anti-reflective construction maintains a rich image.
Cybernet offers complimentary U.K. telephone support for every product we sell, for as long as you own your product. Unlike other manufacturers, we don't charge you for telephone support after one year.
With an extended warranty, you can add an extra layer of protection to our already industry-leading warranty term. We offer extended warranties for this product: up to 5 years.
Cybernet provides free imaging. Send us the final drive image on a USB key or a DVD media and we'll deploy the image on every all in one medical computer you purchase.
At Cybernet, we provide premium U.K.-based sales and technical support. We're always here to help you with customization and personalized support to ensure that you find the right medical monitor solution that fits your budget and timeline.
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The main purpose of surgical displays is to help surgeons and nurses during a surgery. They do so by providing critical information as well as help the doctors see minute details of patients' anatomy during procedures.
Surgical monitors are most commonly used in endoscope-guided procedures, gastrointestinal, arthroscopic, laparoscopic, and robotic-guided surgery. A multi-purpose surgical monitor can be mounted on a cart or an arm on a wall and used in and out of the operating room.
Since surgical monitors are an essential tool in an operating room, hospitals should make sure the monitors meet the needs of doctors and the OR. Above all, surgical monitors need to be able to display the feed in real-time as any delays can cause major problems for surgeons.
The CyberMed 4k monitors are ultra high resolution MVA displays that render images instantly and are engineered to provide a crisp and clear image to provide surgeons with the biggest possible clarity. Below are some of the features hospitals should look for and can expect to find in the CyberMed 4k series:
The CyberMed 4k series is UL/cUL 60601-1 certified, along with its medical grade power supply, to mitigate any risk of shock to operators or connected equipment while classified safe for near patient use.
The CyberMed 4k surgical monitors stand out with antimicrobial characteristics that are integrated into the housing to protect the monitor from degradation or deterioration for the life of the device. Some manufacturers use sprays or coat their monitors, but those degrade after cleanings and have to be reapplied.
In a demanding setting like a surgery room, monitors need to be able to withstand blood spray, liquids, and harsh cleaning chemicals. IP65 rating means hospitals will have no problems spraying and disinfecting these monitors between uses and there is no fear of malfunction mid-surgery due to liquid spray.
The clarity and crisp image of a 4k monitor is a huge advantage to surgeons specifically, but it also helps most departments. There are multiple factors that contribute to good clarity.
An additional feature to help surgeons and doctors focus on what matters most. The PCAP touch screen is highly responsive and able to detect multiple fingers touch even with gloves on. This is in addition to the improved user experience gained from touchscreens compared to the traditional keyboard and mouse.