MediCapture’s MDR-certified medical grade 10.1’monitor, the MTS101, is a valuable addition to the healthcare industry in the European Union. MDR certification ensures that the monitor meets the safety and performance requirements set forth by the EU, giving healthcare professionals confidence in its quality and reliability. The larger user interface monitor will likely be used for medical imaging applications, such as medical recorders and PC-based systems.
For several reasons, a medical-grade touchscreen monitor is an essential tool in video recording. Firstly, medical-grade monitors are designed to meet strict standards for image quality and accuracy, making them ideal for capturing high-resolution video footage of medical procedures.
Secondly, a touchscreen monitor allows medical professionals (doctors and nurses) to interact with the video recording system quickly and easily. With a touchscreen interface, users can control the medical device, review recorded and archived content, zoom in and out, annotate, report, and adjust other settings with just a few taps on the screen. This can save valuable time during medical procedures and ensure that important moments are captured without delay.
Finally, medical-grade touchscreen monitors are designed to be easy to clean and disinfect, which is crucial in a healthcare environment. These monitors are made with materials that can withstand harsh cleaning chemicals and are designed to minimize the risk of cross-contamination between patients.
In summary, a medical-grade touchscreen monitor is an essential tool in video recording for medical procedures. It provides accurate quality, safety, intuitive user interaction, and easy-to-clean surfaces that help maintain a safe and hygienic environment.
Being vendor-neutral means that the monitor can be used with a wide range of medical devices from different OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), which gives healthcare professionals greater flexibility in choosing the equipment that best meets their needs.
A vendor-neutral medical-grade touchscreen monitor can also help to simplify the integration process, as it can be easily connected to several types of medical equipment, such as video recorders, cameras, and medical imaging systems. This can save time and reduce the risk of compatibility issues, which can be a significant concern when using OEMs-specific equipment in the OR.
Moreover, a vendor-neutral medical-grade touchscreen monitor can be an ideal solution for healthcare facilities that use multiple systems from different manufacturers. Using a single monitor compatible with all these systems can help streamline workflows and reduce costs associated with purchasing and maintaining multiple monitors.
Easy To Connect & Eco-Friendly
No power supply converter is needed, and USB powered touchscreen monitor takes minimum energy directly from the connected device on any standard USB 3.0 output. USB-powered monitors consume less energy than traditional monitors, which can help to reduce overall energy consumption and lower operating costs. Moreover, USB-powered monitors can be easily connected to a wide range of devices without additional cables.