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EIZO GmbH Presents New 4K Visualization Solutions for Operating Room

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 13 Nov 2023
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Image: EIZO has released its first large screen 4K UHD monitor with 3D image display for endoscopy and the OR (Photo courtesy of EIZO)
Image: EIZO has released its first large screen 4K UHD monitor with 3D image display for endoscopy and the OR (Photo courtesy of EIZO)

EIZO GmbH (Rülzheim, Germany) is presenting brand new innovations and highlights of its products and solutions for the integrated operating room, microsurgery, endoscopy and cardiology at MEDICA 2023. The company is bringing new products to the market which are being presented for the first time at the trade fair stand. These new models expand the company’s product portfolio for 4K visualization in the operating room. This means that EIZO can provide hospitals with complete solutions for the entire image chain of surgical procedures with the highest quality and precision.

From its CuratOR product line for the operating room and endoscopy, EIZO is unveiling CuratOR EX4342-3D – the company’s first large screen 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) monitor with 3D image display for endoscopy, microsurgery and other high-precision procedures. Featuring a large, 43-inch screen, the monitor can also be securely mounted on medical carts for safe operation. Patient-centered minimally invasive surgical techniques are becoming increasingly important to facilitate safe and efficient procedures that reduce the burden on surgeons and save hospitals valuable time. The EX4342-3D supports stereoscopic image display in 4K resolution, providing both detail and enhanced depth perception for high-precision procedures.

Traditional, smaller monitors are typically inadequate when multiple people in the OR need a clear view of the screen. The EX4342-3D’s large 43-inch screen provides ample viewing space for the surgical team to view images in a streamlined scenario. In the OR, large screen monitors are typically mounted on the wall or attached to ceiling fixtures due to their size and weight. The EX4342-3D’s weight of only 17.6 kg and VESA standard compliance allow it to be mounted directly on medical carts, providing flexible installation options to suit the target environment. The EX4342-3D’s resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is four times that of Full HD, allows medical personnel to view images from endoscopes and surgical microscopes on a larger screen area, while maintaining the depth of detail provided by the 4K resolution.

The EX4342-3D achieves a flicker-free 3D image display even at low frame rates. This facilitates focused viewing that is easy on the surgeon’s eyes. During procedures, operating surgeons need to be able to clearly distinguish between different shades of color. The EX4342-3D supports the 4K video standard BT.2020 to ensure that subtle nuances between reds and yellows captured by a BT.2020 compatible camera are discernible on the screen. The EX4342-3D supports various video input and output signals. Via BNC (12G-SDI), DisplayPort or HDMI, images of different modalities can be transmitted in up to 4K UHD at 60 frames per second with a single cable. The BNC (12G-SDI) connection also provides stable transmission even over a distance of 30 meters. The CuratOR EX4342-3D will begin shipping in January 2024 and the date of availability may vary by country or region.

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