August 28, 2012 — NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) is now shipping its new Dome GX4MP radiology display, a 30-inch widescreen model offering multimodality viewing in both color and grayscale. With a resolution of 2,500 by 1,600, the GX4MP is ideal for reading computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography/CT (PET/CT) scans, nuclear imaging, digital pathology and ultrasound. The product is also suited for computed radiography (CR) and direct radiography (DR) images, because the GX4MP is U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k)-cleared for review and analysis.
“The feature set of the Dome GX4MP brings a new level of flexibility and value to the reading room,” said Daniel Webster, vice president and general manager, radiology business unit at NDSsi. “We’ve taken the popular 4 megapixel platform and combined it with a widescreen format plus enhanced color and grayscale options. The result is a high-performance, high-versatility display without the higher price tag typically associated with other widescreen models.”
The GX4MP also features Dome’s DICOM (digital imaging and communications in medicine) out-of-the-box capability, with factory characterization data stored in the panel and monitored by the exclusive RightLight internal photometer, allowing the display to maintain DICOM calibration for the life of the unit. In accordance with American College of Radiology recommendations, the GX4MP display does not utilize reflective glass with protective coatings, thereby avoiding specular reflections or blurred images.
Backed by a five-year standard warranty, the Dome GX4MP widescreen display is engineered with a fan-less cooling system to help eliminate dust, excessive noise and associated mechanical failure. Weighing only 27 lbs, the lightweight design allows for easy installation and maneuverability.
For more information: www.ndssi.com