These UHD 4k medical monitors have the power and clarity to provide useful and highly-detailed medical images, which improves communication, diagnoses, and patient outcomes.
Cybernet's latest innovation is the introduction of antimicrobial touch glass on all of our 20", 22", and 24" medical monitors. This optional feature is a world's first and will help facilities come into compliance with federal regulations regarding the reduction of HAIs (Hospital Acquired Infections). The technology involved in making our touch glass antimicrobial is FDA approved and was designed specifically to make our medical grade monitors safer for patients and clinicians.
With EMR software now nearly ubiquitous in hospitals and healthcare facilities, the touch glass is one of the main surfaces that can harbor and spread the growth of harmful bacteria. Our antimicrobial touch glass, coupled with the antimicrobial properties baked directly into the plastic housing of our medical grade units make Cybernet's medical monitors the only fully antimicrobial monitors in the world.
In addition to being fully antimicrobial, all of Cybernet's medical grade units are IP65 rated, meaning they can be sprayed down with chemical disinfectants and wiped clean without damaging internal components. With these two features combined, these are the safest monitors a healthcare facility can find.
Whether you intend to use this as a PACS monitor or as a standard imaging monitor, the 8MP UHD medical monitor provides a medical-grade MVA LED panel with a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160. In the consumer market, this is the equivalent of 4k, one of the best resolutions in the field. This improved resolution and refresh rate creates a clearer picture for technicians, physicians, and surgeons of all stripes and specialties.
Small or hairline fractures can be missed on standard-definition monitors, as can obfuscated ligament or tissue damage from an MRI or ultrasound. Low-resolution scans also create more room for interpretation: when an image is muddy or dark, diagnosis becomes more art than science.
By investing in a radiology monitor with 4k resolution you can reduce interpretive error by simply offering more detail, better lighting, and a clear multi-layered picture of an injury or abnormality.
Imaging monitors and hardware are taking enormous leaps in processing power and scanning ability, but a standard-definition monitor eliminates all of those advantages by simply lacking the technology to replicate what the scan actually sees.
Surgical monitors must be high-resolution to match current technology, but moreover, they must be ready for the future of digital imaging. Monitor processors and graphical processes are constantly increasing at an exponential rate, providing doctors and radiologists with bleeding-edge imaging technology.
3D tomographic scans have become more mainstream because they provide a full multilayered, manipulatable three-dimensional map of the patient's problem area (or their entire body). These scans can penetrate, differentiate, and render layers like skeletal, muscular, and even nervous systems. As these scans grow more accurate, the viewing device becomes the chokepoint: clinicians and techs can only see what the monitor can put out.
Remote surgery and robot-assisted surgery (like the Da Vinci system) can now operate on parts of the anatomy that were once too small or too dangerous to manipulate. Previously difficult to find and manipulate problems, like minuscule ovarian cysts, can be removed via endoscopic surgery with robot-assisted equipment. The scalpels, forceps, and microlasers involved in these microsurgeries operate on the scale of microns, and require the best possible surgical monitors and images to capture maximum detail at that scale.
4k, 8 megapixel medical monitors improve modern imaging techniques and help future-proof any hospital or facility for the technology coming down the road.
Cybernet has engineered two 4k medical monitors, the XB24k and the PX24k. The PX24k is powered through a traditional power outlet and can be mounted anywhere that has access to AC power, including powered medical carts. The XB24k employs hot swap battery technology. Powered by 3 lithium-ion batteries, this monitor can be mounted on non-powered carts. These monitors have the ability to power other devices, like a thin client PC or barcodes scanner, making them an efficient cost-saving alternative to powered carts. And because of the hot swap technology, depleted batteries can be swapped out on the fly for fully charged batteries, offering incredible run times.
Whether it be examining X-rays or diagnosing soft tissue damage on an MRI, diagnoses are typically being done in a collaborative manner. Our PACS monitors are engineered with features that understand the need for every member of a healthcare team to be able to view the exact same image in order to come to a consensus diagnosis.
The 24" widescreen display is only part of the equation. A 16:9 aspect ratio is compatible with all modern imaging applications. The wide viewing angle of this medical monitor means that a team of clinicians can gather around a single monitor and all see the exact same image in 8 megapixel UHD clarity. This helps to not only improve diagnostic accuracy, but also improves patient outcomes.
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 a unique service: 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 from Cybernet. Cybernet offers this service free of charge. This help reduce the deployment time when you receive your products from Cybernet. Take them out of the box, plug them in and you are ready to go.
In addition, we store the image on our secure servers so that if you need to return any units for repair or to buy more units, we can image it again.
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