View surgical images with the detail, clarity and colour of 4K
This 55-inch medical grade LCD monitor can display very high quality two-dimensional colour video images with 4K resolution from a wide range of medical imaging systems such as surgical endoscopes and laparoscopic camera systems. Its ergononic design is optimised for environments such as Operating Rooms, surgical centres, clinics and doctors’ offices.
Offering four times the pixel count of Full HD, the LMD-X550MD provides a clearer view of fine details than conventional medical monitors. Its increased resolution also maintains picture quality when viewing zoomed images, as well as supporting multiple picture display modes for enhanced operability in the OR.
The OptiContrast Panel™ ensures clear, high contrast images by controlling light reflections and dispersion within the LCD panel. The monitor’s advanced new panel design is teamed with powerful Sony digital signal processing to provide a wider colour gamut than ordinary LCD medical monitors.
Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer (A.I.M.E.™) technology can be used to accentuate subtle colour differences or highlight the outline structure of displayed objects.
The LMD-X550MD features a slim, stylish design to allow easy handling, with a narrow bezel that maximises the compact monitor’s screen area. Flat surfaces make disinfection simpler in modern clinical environments.
Simple installation and set-up is complemented by a user-friendly control panel for positive, intuitive operation in the OR.
Note: 4K medical monitors are available in 31-inch and 55-inch sizes. At 31-inches, this screen is the largest size that will fit an endoscopy system (trolley) to provide a full 4K medium-sized panel. At 55-inches, this screen provides the ideal viewing distance when mounted in an operating theatre when installed facing the bed.
High speed, high quality black & white printing of medical images in a compact space-saving footprint with analogue and digital inputs
The UP-X898MD is a compact A6 medical grade black and white digital printer that can accept analogue video as well as PC-friendly digital USB signal inputs.
It’s designed to be integrated into a wide range of compatible medical imaging environments such as digital ultrasound systems, mobile C-arms or cardiac catheterisation laboratory. The high quality thermal print engine can produce hard copy prints of still images captured by these systems for use in patient records and referrals. For even greater convenience, printed still images can also be stored to a connected USB flash drive.
(Please note that images printed from the UP-X898MD are not to be used for diagnosis).
The UP-X898MD is a successor to the popular Sony UP-897 series of medical printers. Redesigned and upgraded, it offers several operational and ergonomic enhancements while retaining the same space-saving footprint and easy integration into medical carts. Usability is further enhanced by an enlarged LCD display panel and joystick for intuitive menu navigation.
Capable of delivering high-quality black & white prints in under two seconds. Advanced thermal printing technology delivers near-photo quality results using widely available print media.
The UP-D25MD has a compact design with dimensions of approximately 212 (W) x 98 (H) x
398 (D) mm (8 3/8 x 3 7/8 x 15 5/8 inches). Smaller than conventional models, it can fit into
limited space. Its foot positions are identical to that of its predecessor, the UP-D23MD, allowing easy
printer replacement. Furthermore, the UP-D25MD is designed with a convenient front panel that
enables quick and easy insertion of ribbon cartridge and print media.
Sony is proud to introduce two 27-inch medical 4K monitors, the LMD-X2705MD and LMD-X2700MD, which can display 4K Ultra HD color video images in 2D. Offering two types of monitor with DP, HDMI and DVI interfaces (the LMD-X2705MD additionally includes 3G/HD/SD-SDI), Sony enables flexibility to suit various modalities and environments. The latest generation of medical imaging systems reveals more detail than ever before, allowing clinicians to review complex procedures in the OR with greater accuracy.
The LMD-X2705MD and LMD-X2700MD display 4K images with four times the detail of Full HD, and allow surgeons to view pictures from surgical endoscopes, laparoscopic camera systems, and other compatible medical imaging systems with immersive detail in rich and vivid color.
Moreover, these monitors provide a valuable upscaling capability. HD and SD inputs convert to 4K, which means that even conventional HD/SD modality users can fully enjoy the benefits of natural, sharp 4K resolution.