A medical touch screen monitor that pairs perfectly with any PC or cart computer. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio on our 20"-24" units are ideal for most EMR software applications. The 5:4 (4:3) aspect ratio on our 19" unit is great for legacy applications.
Cybernet's latest innovation is the world's first and only medical monitors with antimicrobial properties built in to protect the monitor from degradation or deterioration. In addition all of Cybernet's medical monitors are IP65 rated for easy cleaning and disinfection.
The displays are large, bright, and stand up to the harsh environment including COVID-19 isolation rooms where they are subjected to frequent and repeated decontamination/sanitization routines.
-J.N., Sr Director of Information Technology
Regional Medical Center of San Jose
Cybernet's medical touch screen monitors are 75/100mm VESA mount compatible, allowing you to place these units virtually anywhere. They are a perfect compliment to a medical cart and the HDMI port allows them to pair effortlessly with mini rugged PCs or thin client PCs.
Pair this medical LCD monitor with a Cybernet medical grade computer to enjoy dual display support as well.
Unlike consumer grade monitors, Cybernet's medical monitors are engineered for the rigors of 24/7 hospital use and won't need frequent repair and replacement common with other monitors.
A medical touch screen monitor has to be fit for near-patient use in a number of ways. Medical monitors are obviously used in close proximity to other equipment, which is in turn attached to or near patients. An electrical short can cause obvious damage, but even something like unshielded electromagnetic radiation could interfere with other devices like pacemakers and artificial lungs.
Just like our medical panel PCs, our medical LCD monitors have been Global UL/cUL 60601-1 & IEC 60601-1-2 4th Edition certified. They have gone through rigorous testing to be sure that they are safe for near-patient use and do not pose radiation or electrical risks to patients or providers.
An optional embedded privacy filter fits behind the touch glass meaning you never have to replace stick-on filters again. This is ideal for maintaining the privacy of medical records in open, high traffic areas and for staying in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
The monitor itself also has a privacy button, meaning clinicians can turn off the screen, without turning off the power, allowing them to temporarily walk away without leaving valuable private information in plain view.
The optional anti-glare and anti-reflective technology in these medical touch screen monitors allows for a better viewing experience independent of the lighting conditions in a bright operating room or in a darkened imaging suite. Rather than having a screen washed out by the blinding lights of an operating theater, the anti-reflective construction maintains a rich image.
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 medical monitor 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.
Medical monitors can function as a secondary monitor next to a computer or an All-in-one, or they can be deployed as the main screen for computers in a hospital or a medical facility. The touch screen feature allows for ease of use and improved interaction with computers, but caution should be practiced in hospitals since the risk of spreading germs and microbes is high. A medical touch screen monitor should be able to withstand disinfectants and cleaning.
One of the biggest complaints hospital IT departments have is their monitors fail every few months. That happens for various reasons. One of the biggest reasons is disinfectants and cleaners get through to the internals and ruin the components. Cybernet's products are engineered to withstand harsh chemicals and any liquid damage by having a front bezel with IP65 rating and going through thorough testing.
The total cost of ownership for a CyberMed PX monitor ends up being much less than its consumer grade equivalent once you factor in the lost revenues from a workstation that is down, sending IT staff to repair the unit, and the cost of a replacement monitor.
As we discussed above, having a medically certified and antimicrobial* medical touch screen monitor is important to protect the monitor from degradation or deterioration. In addition to that, the monitors need to be constantly cleaned and sprayed down with harsh chemicals. That's why they should be rated IP65 to withstand those conditions.
Since monitors can be mounted on carts, in rooms, and in various places around the hospital, having a variety of mounting options is always helpful. For ease of viewing in high brightness environments, anti-glare filters are recommended. To comply with HIPAA regulations, hospitals need to protect patient's information and sensitive data. That's why a privacy filter is usually a great addition to the monitors.