October 8, 2013 — Philips released the Philips Clinical Review Display, a new solution for the fast-growing medical facilities market in Hong Kong. With aging population a worldwide phenomenon and computerized imaging systems for health diagnostics rapidly developing, the demand for quality clinical displays is increasing.
The Philips Clinical Review Display features light-emitting diode (LED) and a simplistic design that is equipped with antimicrobial additive in its housing material to inhibit growth of most common microorganisms. It is an ideal device for clinics, hospitals and homes of healthcare workers.
Available in a 24-inch screen size with an IPS panel and a 27-inch size with an AMVA panel, the Philips Clinical Review Displays use advanced screen technologies to give extra vivid images.
The display’s Clinical D-image provides clear medical images. It is a factory-calibrated function that, when activated, enables the monitor to give Digital Imaging and Communication (DICOM) part 14 compatible grayscale standard display performance — a global standard that enables the display to reveal the finest details of every medical image and is used in virtually all hospitals worldwide. Specialists can look at X-ray images on the display with the DICOM performance. This function can be selected with a simple-to-use On-Screen Display, namely SmartImage Clinic, allowing the user a simple transition from DICOM clinical imaging to a personal setting more comfortable for viewing administrative tasks.
Optimized pixel management technologies give a 178/178 degree extra-wide viewing angle, resulting in crisp images even in 90-degree pivot mode.
The Philips Clinical Review Display also features:
- Compliance with the EN/IEC 60601-1 standard, which ensures basic safety and essential performance, and the EN/IEC 60601-2 collateral standard for medical grade electromagnetic compatibility. Meeting both global standards means the new display can be utilized in various countries.
- A JIS Z2801-compliant antimicrobial additive in its housing material. It is proven to inhibit growth of most common microorganisms like E. coli and pneumonia. Now there is one less thing to worry about in the fight against germs. The display also comes with Electronic Product Environmental Assessment (EPEAT) Gold certification, certifying that it uses at least 30 percent post-consumer resin in its casing.
- The SmartErgoBase, which allows adjustment for maximum viewing comfort by swiveling, tilting and rotating the screen. The low bezel-to-table height means it can be lowered to almost desk level -- a perfect solution for those who use bifocals, trifocals or progressive lens spectacles
- PowerSensor technology to automatically reduce monitor brightness whenever you step away, saving up to 80 percent of energy costs.
Fore more information: www.healthcare.philips.com