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USB Powered Multi-Touch Monitor Allows Control of Surgical Sessions from Anywhere in the OR

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 05 Aug 2022
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Image: MTS101 monitor meets increasing demand for location flexibility in the OR (Photo courtesy of MediCapture)
Image: MTS101 monitor meets increasing demand for location flexibility in the OR (Photo courtesy of MediCapture)

A medical video recording system combined with a medical-grade multi-touch monitor offers direct network and Wi-Fi connections to PACS with the ability to control surgical sessions from anywhere in the operating room (OR).

MediCapture Inc. (Plymouth Meeting, PA, USA) has announced the availability of the combination of a premium-quality MVR medical video recording system with a new medical-grade, 10-inch, multi-touch monitor, the MTS101. One of the most scalable and highest performance systems in the industry, the MVR TouchPro offers direct network and Wi-Fi connections to PACS with the ability to control surgical sessions from anywhere in the OR, thanks to the bundled MTS101 multi-touch monitor.

In addition to the MTS101, the MVR TouchPro comes with a host of advanced and unique features, including full-patient workflow, with a DICOM Made Easy upgrade option, for easy and fast retrieval of patient information and transfer of studies to PACS, and a 4K Ultra HD upgrade option to record delicate surgeries in stunning detail. Both upgrades can be instantly accessed with an activation code when ready to add on. The MTS101 multi-touch monitor that comes with the MVR TouchPro can also be purchased alone to use with any other MediCapture MVR medical imaging system, and it is available to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of endoscopy and other surgical video equipment.

"The MVR TouchPro with the MTS101 is a complete package for hospitals that require advanced medical video recording systems that are easy to set up and simple to use," said Bernd Jotzat, Product Manager. "Surgical teams can position the monitor anywhere in the OR and handle powerful workflow capability with a swipe of the finger, just like a smartphone."

"A versatile plug and play touch screen monitor was a highly expected add-on from our hospital and OEM customers," said Mike Bishop, President and CEO. "With the increasing need to manage and share video content in the surgical market, MediCapture is also working on several storage and peripheral products that will enhance its MVR systems portfolio."

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