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Stanford Hospital and Clinics to install Barco’s new clinical review displays

Medical imaging specialist Barco has been selected by Stanford Hospital and Clinics, part of Stanford University Medical Center, to supply 58 of its recently launched MDRC 2120 clinical review displays. Installation of the 2 MegaPixel displays is ongoing with 40 currently deployed. Thanks to the new displays, referring physicians at Stanford will be able to utilize this dependable and DICOM compliant review solution throughout the enterprise.

Stanford’s new out-patient facility has a strong focus on orthopedic surgery, sports medicine and imaging. These disciplines demand a multi-purpose display solution that can present color 3D reconstructions as well as high-fidelity grayscale images. In order to comply with the high standards of its radiology department, Stanford Hospital and Clinics decided to standardize on Barco’s 2 MegaPixel display.

The Barco MDRC-2120 is a brand-new clinical review display featuring a 20-inch screen, 1600 by1200 native resolution, backlight stabilization, rotating mount and a multi-lingual on-screen display. Equipped with professional LCD-technology and a built-in DICOM Look-Up Table, the MDRC presents medical images with more accurate grayscales, better contrast and a wider viewing angle than conventional computer monitors. Hence, the displays are a perfect match for the Stanford Hospital and Clinics’ advanced network of PACS workstations.

Rick Kong, Director Radiology Informatics of Stanford Hospital and Clinics, commented on the installation: “The Barco MDRC-2120 has been very well received by our medical staff at Stanford Hospital and Clinics as well as our referring physicians. It has provided the consistency, value and quality we were looking for.”

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