STERIS surgical and medical grade monitors are technologically advanced – supporting nearly every native camera signal type (either standard or high definition). What does this mean to you? Our monitors are designed to ensure that there is:
• no image degradation
• no image lag
A high definition video source (e.g. the latest HD endoscopic camera) deserves a high definition monitor. We incorporate superior electronics into our monitors so they handle video feeds beautifully. Whether that signal comes from an endoscopy camera, a C-arm, an ultrasound or something else - you need everything to work together in harmony.
Our monitors are compatible with all medical, safety and emissions standards. Even more, factory calibration of each monitor to DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) standards helps ensure that medical images are displayed consistently every time they are viewed. Preset gamma tables can be adjusted by the user within the STERIS DICOM curve.
STERIS flat panel monitors are built with broadcast-quality electronics to deliver superior color and consistent image quality every time. These monitors provide stunningly crisp images designed to reproduce the operating field precisely. The incredibly fast response time displays moving surgery images with vivid accuracy and an absence of visual lag.
These monitors were built based on years of input from surgeons and hospital staff to meet OR needs exactly. The advanced design of STERIS surgical and medical grade monitors far surpass the capabilities of regular commercial grade monitors in safety, reliability and performance.
Unlike computer or commercial-grade monitors, STERIS monitors help prevent cross-contamination with sealed membrane switches, aluminum cases, protective monitor surface filters. Also, there are no vents or fans which eliminate the risk of monitors blowing particulate matter into the sterile field.
STERIS monitors are truly designed for surgical environments:
• comply with Cleaning, Disinfecting and Sterilization (CDS) initiatives
• meet medical safety regulations and requirements for devices in the OR
• comply better with hospital electrical codes and patient safety policies
• are optimized with weight and size for OR ceiling arm systems