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Medical Applications
Diagnoses and Meetings

Digitalized and networked medical work environments are now a reality achieved by advances in telecommunications and computer technologies, unification of medical imaging standards, and sophistication of medical software. Thanks to networked databases storing electronic medical charts and image diagnostic data, the same patient can be diagnosed by several doctors and prescribed by a specialist physician from distant locations.

One of the driving forces behind this is the technological sophistication of monitors that provide a man-machine interface for displaying diagnostic-quality images. For example, monitors and projectors used in medical institutions include PC monitors for medical clerks, diagnostic monitors for doctors, and image diagnostic monitors for radiotherapy doctors.

Recently, a new market has emerged for large LCD monitors usable as projection monitors to be viewed during operations. For use in medical staff meetings or training, there are also projectors capable of projecting near-DICOM quality images.


Professional usage applications

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Your benefit?

LCD monitors experience white point shifts over time due to their inherent structure. Usually, each monitor differs slightly in brightness from others. Each and every NEC medical monitor is delivered with its brightness and white point factory set. Basically, medical monitors mass-produced by NEC are delivered ready for viewing anytime, anywhere in the same state. As a means of correcting white point shifting over a long period of use, our monitors have a sensor that constantly monitors white point shifting. This sensor detects the RGB (red, green, and blue) values and adjusts the brightness of the RGB backlights individually to control the brightness and color balance and maintain the optimum white point setting.

Frequent checks on medical monitor screens are backbreaking but necessary to ensure that they always display images correctly. To help reduce this burden, NEC provides dedicated user-friendly software for continuous image quality control.