Monitors by Bayland has recently announced its expansion to provide the most advanced diagnostic radiology monitors for healthcare providers across America.
Online PR News – 03-May-2019 – Texas – With the continuous evolution in the field of radiology, radiologists today need to work more efficiently and interact more with patients. With a growing workload and complexities of images, the demand for radiologists to be more focused on productivity is greater than ever. Taking all these factors in account, Monitors is now bringing a new generation of diagnostic displays that boost diagnostic accuracy as well as improve radiologists daily practice.
Being the largest independent reseller of refurbished medical diagnostic monitors and film digitizers in North America, Monitors.com by Bayland brings years of expertise in advanced digital diagnostic imaging technology to the rapidly-growing medical imaging industry.
With the buzz for color display monitors, which display grayscale images as well, Monitors has stocked the medical displays from best brands for displaying color images and utilizing color for all of the tools and labeling.
With the introduction of LED backlights, medical displays are now able to achieve and sustain higher luminance levels than the typical white point, even in a small localized area. The new-age diagnostic monitors are finely calibrated to ensure consistency across multiple devices. Cost-effective, efficient, and reading comfort in today's diagnostic displays have enhanced productivity in so many ways.
Seeing strong trend towards fusion displays, Monitors is now offering cutting-edge diagnostic monitors, such as Barco's Coronis Fusion 6MP. As found by researchers from the Montefiore Medical Center, Coronis Fusion by Barco improves radiologist's productivity by up to 19% and reduces eye-strain compared to lower-resolution dual-head workstations. Fusion displays replace two-portrait systems and offer flexibility to see images on one monitor.
For the extreme popularity of higher resolution medical displays, Monitors has also featured Barco's 12MP Coronis Uniti display on board. A display explicitly designed for both PACS and breast imaging, this first unified workflow replaces all display configurations and eliminates the need for a multi-head display setup. Sharp and precise, this color medical display solution is designed to fit in a radiologist's field of vision.
Monitors is also offering a full range of displays for advanced diagnostic imaging and review from other popular brands, like Eizo, JVC, NEC, Totoku and others. Monitors also stocks other digital radiology solutions, including workstations, film digitizers, graphic cards, dictation mics, calibration kits, and more.
With the innovation in manufacturing and computer technology, advanced display workstations are sold at lower costs while being more productive, giving the end user more time to focus on the patient's needs. Monitors says they will keep expanding their stock to bring more advanced, larger and higher resolution panels for diverse medical uses.