What makes the CyberMed G15 a powerful medical device computer is its small form factor, 15.6" display, and 11th generation Intel CPU. Making this the ideal solution for medical device manufacturers looking to speed up time to market.
The CyberMed G15 can be configured and ordered with a wide selection of Intel processors ranging from 11th generation i3 to i7 CPUs. The flexibility allows medical device manufacturers to choose the best CPU option to interface with their intended device and run their customized application software whether it be real-time video capture for surgical applications, a bedside patient monitor, or as a control panel for larger medical systems - the CyberMed G15 can handle the task.
This medical device computer can run Windows 10, Windows IoT, and Linux just to name a few popular choices to create small footprint, locked-down operating systems.
Because of its true flat surface and vivid 15.6" touch screen surface with 500 nits high-brightness, the CyberMed G15 is a great computer for medical devices.
Fanless technology helps make it possible to use as an embedded device, and up to six RS232 ports allow this device to integrate with legacy hardware.
Take advantage of multiple expansion ports and VESA mount capabilities to connect it with a device like a portable X-Ray machine or mounted next to a hood for compounding and IV preparation.
UL/cUL 60601-1 & IEC 60601-1-2 4th Edition safety certifications means this computer is safe for near patient use, which is an added advantage for medical device manufacturers trying to go to market with less effort.
We had worked with Cybernet before on our North Tower project, which was a huge success. Based on that relationship, it was really easy to put our trust in Cybernet for our cart project and anesthesia project. We couldn't be happier with the early results.
-J.S., IS Project Coordinator
Orlando Health Regional Medical Center
HIPAA regulations were put into place to protect sensitive patient data. Traditional passwords are easily hacked, which is why so many hospitals are making two factor authentication the standard in their facilities.
The CyberMed G15 can be equipped with an optional internal RFID reader that is Imprivata SSO certified, making your patients' data secure and protecting you from liability. Because the RFID reader is integrated into the unit, IT doesn't need to worry about managing and maintaining third party dongles that occupy important ports and workspace real estate.
Cybernet offers complimentary U.S. telephone support for every product we sell, for as long as you own your product. Unlike other manufacturers, we don't charge you for telephone support after one year.
With an extended warranty, you can add an extra layer of protection to our already industry-leading warranty term. We offer extended warranties for this product: up to 5 years.
Cybernet provides free imaging. Send us the final drive image on a USB key or a DVD media and we'll deploy the image on every all in one medical computer you purchase.
At Cybernet, we provide premium U.S.-based sales and technical support. We're always here to help you with customization and personalized support to ensure that you find the right solution that fits your budget and timeline.
All Cybernet products are backed by industry award-winning U.S. Tech Support and local RMA service in Irvine, California.
Cybernet operates globally with operations in the U.S., U.K., Taiwan, China & Australia.
A medical device computer is a small form factor computer that can be integrated in a larger medical device system.
Some of the common methods a medical device computer is used in healthcare is hemodynamic monitoring to measure blood flow through the heart and vessels. It's connected to the patients along with other equipment and sensors and is able to collect useful data and monitor patients' vitals.
Medical device computers are also used in surgeries as navigation aids. They're used with compatible software to help surgeons perform more precisely and drastically improve the outcomes.
Another popular task assigned to these computers is in the lab. Medical device computers can be used to control laboratory equipment for blood culture and other applications.
Medical computers have been embedded and used in medical devices for a long time and they're getting more popular. Patient monitoring has benefited from embedded medical device computers greatly. The radiology department and the OR also took advantage of medical device computers in multiple ways, such as clinical diagnostics and image-guided surgery.
This trend is here to stay and the use of medical device computers in healthcare is only going to increase.
Without ample processing power the computer is simply inadequate and can't perform required tasks. That's why it's important to look at the processor, RAMs, and the Hard Drive or SSD of the medical device computer. Best practice is to ensure you're future proof and acquire a computer that has more capabilities than your needs, or get a scalable computer.
Maintenance and downtime would most likely be very costly at best. A device downtime will either cost a lot of money, or worse, have catastrophic consequences if the computer breaks in the middle of an important operation.
Always opt into a computer built with industrial grade components so it's built rugged and durable. You should also look for reviews and find out how long a manufacturer's computers would last or what its failure rate is. (In case you're wondering, Cybernet's failure rate is under 2%) You should also pick a computer with fanless cooling to help in longevity.
Fanless cooling serves many different functions for medical device computers. The absence of moving parts helps the computer's dependability and eliminates the weakest link, which is the moving part.
In sterile environments, another feature worth highlighting is that it doesn't kick up dust and particulates in the air, preserving the room's hygiene. Plus no one ever complained about how quiet it is.
Another factor that can play in your medical device computer longevity is how well it resists liquid and dust. An IP65 rating wouldn't only stop dust and liquid from damaging your PC, it would also mean you can regularly disinfect it with harsh chemicals with no issues.
If the medical device computer is to be embedded in a medical device then size would most likely be one of the biggest limitations.
Whether the computer will be embedded in a device or a standalone PC, size should play a big role in the computer you pick. Space is usually always limited.