News | Flat Panel Displays | December 14, 2022

Three future products point the way forward for radiology technology  

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December 14, 2022 —  Previewing forward-looking solutions for healthcare providers and medical professionals, LG Business Solutions USA is providing a glimpse into three innovative designs for radiology currently in development. These products are not currently available for sale in the United States. 

At RSNA 2022, the annual conference of the Radiological Society of North America, LG is displaying a 32-inch diagnostic monitor prototype that will include an 8-megapixel IPS display with 1,000 nits of brightness and a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. Features in development include an integrated front sensor and luminance sensor, as well as an anti-glare screen, three-way tilt/height/swivel adjustments, built-in calibration software, and an exclusive “Screen Manager” that enables on-board control and 17 languages for on-screen menus and tools. 

LG is also displaying a prototype of what it expects to be its largest surgical monitor ever, a 55-inch 4K IPS display with 650 nits of brightness. The monitor will feature multiple inputs and outputs to accommodate flexible installation scenarios, anti-reflection and anti-fingerprint coatings, a 178-degree viewing angle, and will seek IP45 certification (front) and IP32 certification (rear), establishing its level of protection against liquid and solid foreign objects.  

LG’s third prototype on display is a 14-inch, portable, battery-powered Digital X-Ray Detector that can connect wirelessly to a PC. Features in development include built-in auto-exposure control that provides readings of total radiation received and auto-shutoff when certain thresholds are reached.  

*All three prototypes being displayed are Investigational Use Only. None are currently available for sale in the United States. 

For more information: www.LGSolutions.com 

 

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