Barco is releasing a new 4K surgical monitor that’s designed to give clinicians a high fidelity live image during interventional procedures. The Barco MDSC-8427 has a 27” screen, providing a new, larger size over common 24″ and 26″ monitors.
The display features the company’s smart image processing technology optimized to improve how live video comes through. A wide color gamut and built-in color calibration help to reproduce the surgical scene accurately. A wide viewing angle gives everyone around the operating room a clear picture with minimal distortion.
The MDSC-8427 can be mounted on a cart alone or in a dual-display configuration on a surgical boom.
It has a bunch of connectivity options, including DP, HDMI, 12G-SDI, Quad-SDI, and IP, so all kinds of devices like endoscopic cameras, computers, and such, can be connected to it.
“The new MDSC-8427 is a first in our next generation of 4K displays for the operating room,” said Johan Stockman, Barco’s VP surgical imaging, in a statement. “Careful consideration went into the new design. We wanted to create a display that combines surgical aesthetics with surgical precision. This new paradigm of display design shows how fine form can meet function in the operating room”.
Product page: MDSC-8427…