To meet the medical imaging needs of hospitals, EIZO’s RadiForce offers a wide range of monitors with 1 to 8 megapixel monochrome and color monitors. Enabling hospitals to handle larger volume of image data, RadiForce’s multi series monitors offer multi-modality for simultaneously displaying different images on a single monitor. “Users can select the type of medical images with appropriate resolution to ensure proper support for image resolution,” elucidates Waletzki. RadiForce’s G&R Series monitors not only display full chest X-rays and ultrasound images, but also support digital imaging for mammography ensuring detailed screening with high performance. In addition, “users can also view patient charts with MRI and CT images using the MX series clinical review monitors,” he adds. The monitors allow users to easily work with images and the widescreen ensure that they can use multiple windows at a time. Further, to maintain the overall quality of monitors, EIZO’s RadiCS and RadiNET Pro provide expert maintenance services for quality checks. This helps administration personnel to work remotely, saving both the time and expense of on-site visits and improves the speed of the QC workflow. “The quality of our products constitutes the foundation of the EIZO brand,” asserts Waletzki.
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Japan based Utsunomiya Central Clinic is also a testimony to the capabilities of EIZO’s medical imaging solutions. The clinic uses EIZO RadiForce RX840-MG monitors to perform breast cancer examination and 3D breast tomosynthesis. The monitors display diverse images on one screen with parametric mapping that analyzes sonogram, MRI, and CT color images that help in early detection. “Now, with RadiForce, it has become possible to interpret images in early stages on a widescreen monitor,” comments Dr. Sato, Radiologist, Utsunomiya Central Clinic's Administration Board.
“As a visual technology company, we look beyond monitors and find ways to enhance our products in order to provide a new imaging environment,” explains Waletzki. For the future, EIZO plans to expand its footprint by exploring new technologies and market trends. Additionally, the company will take a broader approach to quality management to encompass the entire imaging environment of customers.