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EIZO Exhibits Complete New CuratOR Series of Surgical Monitors at MEDICA 2022

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 14 Nov 2022
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Image: EIZO is exhibiting the complete new CuratOR series of surgical monitors at MEDICA 2022 (Photo courtesy of EIZO)
Image: EIZO is exhibiting the complete new CuratOR series of surgical monitors at MEDICA 2022 (Photo courtesy of EIZO)

EIZO GmbH (Rülzheim, Germany) is exhibiting its range of professional image viewing systems and video management solutions for the integrated operating room and endoscopy at MEDICA 2022. For the first time at MEDICA 2022, EIZO is exhibiting the complete new CuratOR series of surgical monitors. The new 4K monitors are designed for use in endoscopy, microsurgery, and other high-precision procedures in the operating room and are available in various monitor sizes, including a 3D model.

At MEDICA 2022, EIZO is exhibiting the CuratOR EX3242, a 32-inch widescreen surgical monitor with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution and high brightness for endoscopy, microsurgery, and other high-precision procedures. EIZO is also exhibiting the CuratOR EX3242-3D, a 32-inch widescreen 3D surgical monitor with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) for faithful reproducing stereoscopic images for endoscopy, microsurgery, and other high-precision procedures. Among its new CuratOR series of surgical monitors being presented by EIZO at MEDICA 2022 is the CuratOR EX4342, a 43-inch widescreen surgical monitor with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution and high brightness; the CuratOR EX4942, a 49-inch widescreen surgical monitor with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution and high brightness for endoscopy, microsurgery, and other high-precision procedures; and the CuratOR EX5542, a 55-inch widescreen surgical monitor with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution and high brightness for endoscopy, microsurgery, and other high-precision procedures.

Other CuratOR products and solution examples being presented to visitors at the EIZO booth at MEDICA 2022 are the SP2-24-494K Surgical Panel with two integrated monitors as well as built-in IT and video management components. The digital image viewing system is designed for use in the operating room and can be integrated into the hospital’s IT structure. It serves as a space-saving combination of work and viewing stations, while supporting various workflows. Additionally, EIZO is also presenting the CuratOR Alipe IP-based video management solution, the CuratOR Caliop software for efficient OR integration, and the CuratOR SC430-PTR surgical field camera system with 4K UHD resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate.

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