Technology | March 11, 2015

NDS Surgical Imaging Announces New 27-inch Radiance Ultra Visualization Platform

Slim, seamless display designed for operating rooms and minimally invasive suites

Radiance Ultra, NDS Surgical Imaging, flat panel displays, hybrid OR

March 11, 2015 — NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) announced the release of the 27-inch Radiance Ultra, a next-generation surgical visualization platform. The ultra-high level of brightness from the LED backlight overcomes reflections and glare that occur in high ambient light environments and increases the usable contrast ratio, allowing surgeons to more easily visualize recessed anatomy.

Radiance Ultra utilizes NDSsi’s proprietary Medi-Match color calibration technology, giving clinicians added confidence that the color of tissue and other anatomy is always rendered accurately and consistently over time from display to display. Each system is precisely calibrated, enabling zero-latency, pixel-by-pixel color response correction in real time.

The sealed edge-to-edge front panel incorporates for a seamless design, enabling faster operating room turnaround and enhanced clinical efficiency through quicker and more convenient cleaning and disinfection. Another benefit of the Corning Gorilla Glass is its excellent scratch and impact resistance. Engineered to provide a splash-proof front enclosure, the display has a front liquid Ingress Protection rating of IPX6, the highest of any surgical display in the world.

Design features also include proximity-sensitive menu buttons, which illuminate when approached and in use and then automatically dim to minimize visual distraction. An integrated rear cable cover conveniently routes cables for easy management. To further boost clinical confidence, the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) gamma setting and NDSsi’s Intelli-guard backlight stabilization system provide DICOM 3.14 compliance equivalent to that of a diagnostic radiology display, for reference purposes only.

Radiance Ultra can easily be installed in place of existing 26-inch models on boom arms or surgical carts, and is available now.

For more information: www.ndssi.com

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