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Monitors for medical imaging purposes are those that are used for general purpose medical imaging requirements.
These are high image quality, highly ergonomic monitors - perfect for use on specialists' desks, and attached to various medical imaging 'gadgets'.
(If you need help with certified diagnostic imaging monitors - specifically those where there are compliance issues, then please contact Eizo directly on (02) 9462 7500 for assistance).
If you're looking for the best of the best, then these are the monitors to choose, with unparalleled image quality and built in, fully automatic calibration systems to keep the display accurate and perfect over the long term, with no further user intervention required after the initial setup (which is simple, and as ever we're here to help if you need us!).
These monitors are typically 16:9 or 16:10 ratio monitors - i.e. the modern widescreen desktop format.
The main aspects of these monitors that make them better for general medical imaging purposes are:
(Note the BenQ SW240 and SW271 both have factory calibrated DICOM modes. The BenQ PV270 should receive a fully calibratable DICOM option ~Q2 2019 we're told. Please contact us to discuss of you want more information.)
Some medical imaging devices will only accept 4:3 ratio monitors, and these are increasingly hard to find - especially good quality ones.
For these purposes, we offer the Eizo Flexscan S2133 monitor - an ideal, high quality 4:3 ratio monitor that hooks up easily via DVI, VGA or DisplayPort to your medical imaging device.
We also have a true square monitor that can work, and is perfect for reviewing portrait orientation images.
To keep your monitor running as accurately as possible over the long term, add a monitor calibrator like the industry standard i1Display Pro.
This process takes about 10 minutes every couple of months (it reminds you when it is needed) - and keeps the monitor as accurate as possible. We have a comprehensive guide to using it and we're always happy to help if you get stuck along the way!