Technology | October 04, 2013

Eizo, Stryker Partner With Integrated Large Monitor Management Systems for Operating Rooms

October 4, 2013 — Eizo Corp. and Stryker Corp. announced their partnership to offer customers integrated large monitor management systems suitable for use in standard and hybrid operating rooms. As a result of this partnership, Eizo will provide large monitors that can display multiple video sources simultaneously in conjunction with Stryker integrated operating suites. These configurable solutions will initially be offered in North America. Eizo’s platform includes large, medical-grade, high-resolution monitors up to 60 inches and the accompanying management system designed to allow users to change custom layouts.

Stryker FLEXiS LS and M3 Boom System

Stryker’s large-screen and multi-monitor mounts support monitors up to 60 inches in size (54” x 31.5” x 6”). The Flexis LS has adjustable side protection and can accommodate a variety of monitors. Included in the Stryker family of monitor mounts is the Flexis M3, a multi-monitor mount that is customizable to mount dual rows of monitors to accommodate any variety of sizes and configurations. The Flexis LS and M3 systems also have a pressure switch along the length of the bottom bracket that articulates the monitor up and away if any object comes into contact with it. This provides additional safety and care inside of the Hybrid OR while giving the doctors and staff access to images and data.

Stryker Integrated Operating Room Solutions

The SwitchPoint Infinity 3 Control System is an integrated platform that can be tailored to the needs of each individual Hybrid Suite. This HD digital video routing system supports all video standards and resolutions including 1080 P and 1200 P. In an effort to enhance staff efficiencies within the Hybrid Suite, the SwitchPoint Infinity 3 offers integrated surgical timeout, customizable room presets, centralized operating room (OR) equipment controls, multiple PC controls, split screen and quad view capabilities.

For more information www.stryker.com, www.eizo.com

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