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Barco Presents Latest Displays at 2019 European Congress of Radiology

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 01 Mar 2019
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Image: The Coronis Uniti display system (Photo courtesy of Barco).
Image: The Coronis Uniti display system (Photo courtesy of Barco).
Barco (Kortrijk, Belgium) presented its new clinical review displays built with healthcare specialists in mind at the 2019 European Congress of Radiology held February 27 through March 3 in Vienna, Austria. The company also demonstrated how the value of Barco display systems can be optimized with its latest service offering, Advanced Care, at ECR 2019.

At ECR 2019, Barco presented its unique Coronis Uniti display system has shown up to 30% increased detection probability of microcalcifications at increased display luminance levels with I-Luminate and 10% higher detection of small details in moving images with RapidFrame. The Coronis Uniti 12MP diagnostic display system delivers the first unified workflow – combining PACS and breast images on one workstation. The solution replaces all display configurations, eliminating the need for a multi-head display set-up or to move to another workstation to view additional exams.

Among Barco’s new clinical review displays highlighted at the show was the MDRC-2324 24-inch near-patient surgical display with LED backlight, featuring full HD resolution and a wide color gamut. Purpose-built for the operating room, the MDSC-2324 offers an easy-clean design, smart mechanics and the most detailed images in the procedure room today. Thanks to its high brightness, high contrast and high resolution, it presents surgeons with accurate, realistic images and excellent depth perception, along with fast, lag-free transmission.

Barco’s other concepts on show included the Nio 5.8 MP high-bright color display that offers super bright, color calibrated and detailed medical images, including mammography and breast tomosynthesis; the Nio 3 MP high-bright color display system with LED backlight that provides excellent image quality for confident diagnoses; the MDSC-8255 4K UHD large-screen surgical display purpose-built for ultra-high resolution, multi-image viewing in the digital operating room; and the Eonis 21-inch clinical display for clinical image review that offers a 40% higher calibrated luminance and almost twice the contrast ratio of the previous generation.

At ECR 2019, Barco also showcased its MediCal QAWeb, the industry’s first online service for high-grade Quality Assurance. The all-inclusive secured system guarantees consistent image quality and uptime of all PACS display systems throughout the facility and is compatible with Barco diagnostic and clinical displays as well as non-Barco displays.


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