|The 27-inch 8MP display with IPS technology offers an outstanding picture quality along with wide viewing angles. With its 178 wide viewing angles, images can be viewed simultaneously by several people with the highest quality reproduction and minimal color shift. Furthermore, a wide|
range of colors represented by sRGB over 99% of the color space guarantee vivid color expression without any color shift for a more precise clinical review.
In the medical field, monitors must display images accurately and consistently, especially for the grayscale tone that may vary even between two monitors of the same model. To ensure the most accurate and consistent shading possible for medical images, LG measures and sets every grayscale tone on the production line to produce a monitor compliant with DICOM Part 14.
DICOM Part 14, published by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR), provides strict guidelines for how grayscale display function calibration and quality assurance tests should be performed on displays used in medical imaging applications.
Whenever scanning is performed after checking up, a lot of heavy information is created and it can be difficult to clearly get all of this information at once. Since the LG clinical review monitor supports a low input lag and quick response time, it allows the monitor to receive a signal quickly and display a clear image with no distortion, for precise decoding information to achieve an efficient review.
A sensor measures the backlight brightness stability and automatically compensates for brightness fluctuations caused by aging, for a consistently stable display during the usage time.
Flicker Safe reduces on-screen flickers, which helps minimize eye strain and eye fatigue. My combining flicker-safe with the proven picture vuality of IPS technology, users can comfortably work throughout the day. Additionally, Reader Mode provides optimal conditions for clinical use. LG’s Reader Mode technology reduces blue light, protecting doctors’ eyes
The 8MP IPS display not only enables detailed observation of previously hard-to-see regions but also displays multiple imaging applications. In particular, the LG surgical monitor provides brightness and sRGB over 99% to ensure accurate color reproduction in the surgery room.
Moreover, by adding a deep red color spectrum, the LG surgical monitor assures color expression of the red spectrum.
With various features to stabilize and adjust the brightness to meet standard viewing requirements, the LG surgical monitor carefully measures and sets every grayscale tone to create a monitor compliant with DICOM Part 14 to ensure visual accuracy and consistency. Furthermore, LG’s surgical monitors offer stabilized brightness settings that quickly adapt
during the surgical procedure to correspond to local lighting conditions. DICOM Part 14, published by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR), provides strict guidelines for performing grayscale display function calibration and quality assurance tests on displays used inmedical imaging
Flicker Safe reduces on-screen flickers, which helps minimize eye strain and eye fatigue. By combining Flicker Safe with the proven picture quality of IPS technology, users can comfortably work throughout the day.
The LG’s multi-coated glass is highly durable and scratch-resistant and protects the panel during surgical procedures. The front panel is IP35 rated and the back panel is IP32 rated, protecting against dust, water or fluids that may contact it during an operation. In addition to the waterproofing safeguards, its flat surface allows for easy cleaning of the 8MP panel and
An LG surgical monitor with optically bonded glass significantly reduces Improved anti-reflection ability enables displays to look brighter and sharper for the highest image quality. Now you can accurately judge what you see on-screen with high legibility and definition during the operation without eyestrain.