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This blog focuses on the latest products, devices, and ideas to improve emergency medicine practice. Brief news releases and photographs are welcome, and must be submitted electronically. Images must be 300 dpi, in tiff, jpeg, or eps format, and at least 4“x4” in size. Please send information to [email protected].

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Panasonic Introduces 32" 3D Monitor for Surgical Suite
Panasonic, a provider of health care display and monitor products, released a 3D medical grade 32” class monitor, which delivers 2D and 3D image quality and can display three images (from three separate sources) at once.
 
The EJ-MDA32U-K uses an Xpol circular polarizing system, which maintains the stereoscopic effect. It also enables several clinicians and medical students in the OR to watch the same 3D display. It also produces high-definition images with more than two million pixels.
 
The monitor supports two HD-SDI inputs, two DVI inputs and an analog input. It is fully compliant with medical equipment standards.