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Video Display Monitor Brings Range of Compatibility Options for Endoscopy and Surgical Suites

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 26 Jul 2022
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Image: OEV321UH video display monitor (Photo courtesy of Olympus)
Image: OEV321UH video display monitor (Photo courtesy of Olympus)

Olympus (Tokyo, Japan) has announced the availability of a new monitor option, the OEV321UH video display monitor, a 32-inch Ultra High Definition 4K monitor that expands upon Olympus 4K monitor offerings. Backward- and forward-compatible with most Olympus processors, the new monitor provides a breadth of customizable uses at an attractive price point.

The OEV321UH video monitor features includes a design compatible with future systems, including 12G-SDI connections for single cable 4K routing; a 32-inch screen for a larger viewing area; compatibility with a range of endoscopy and surgical systems; fully adjustable design to address specific viewing needs; and CLONE OUT function, which is used to duplicate the main monitor's HD/4K display for use on a second monitor or on a recording device, including PIP/POP (picture-in-picture/picture-out-picture) display.

The OEV321UH video monitor also features split screen functionality and compatibility with telecollaboration tools; Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer (A.I.M.E.) for sharp, vivid image of structures without increasing noise: creates enhanced texture that supports more detailed observation; and flat display and detachable cable cover for quick and easy monitor cleaning; access window in cable cover also allows for convenient cable routing.

"With this new OEV321UH Monitor, customers can upgrade their endoscopy suites and ORs to have larger screens that will be important to their practices for a range of cases," said Kevin Mancini, Business Unit Vice President, Endoscopy Division, Olympus America, Inc. "Visualization improvements can translate into meaningful practice improvements that elevate the standard of care."

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