Surgical monitors with digital and analogue interfaces

Sony Healthcare Solutions has released new models in its range of high definition surgical monitors for minimally invasive surgery and surgical microscopy.

Sony says the LMD-2765MD and LMD-2760MD ranges are thinner, more compact and brighter than other 26” surgical monitors on the market.

The monitors are equipped with Sony's OptiContrast technology which promises to reduce internal and external reflections to optimise image contrast and give surgeons and staff a superior view during operations.

The monitors can be mounted on a boom arm or medical cart and have a splash resistant front. They also have an intuitive backlit control panel for fingertip operation with a feature to only light up buttons that are selectable, thereby guiding non-experienced users to change parameters quickly and efficiently.

There is a choice of multiple modality display capabilities using PIP/POP picture modes to match clinical display needs. The LMD-2760MD provides digital video input connectivity, while the LMD-2765MD offers both analogue and digital interfaces to enhance compatibility with HD and SD imaging sources.

Sony says both monitors incorporate an advanced image processing technology called AIME that can adjust both the colour and structure of the video image independently to provide real-time images.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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