Patient monitoring using the latest technology display and panel systems

12-07-2022 |
Display Technology
Subs & Systems

The use of technology in patient monitoring systems has revolutionised the process. Healthcare providers can now closely monitor patients’ vital signs with touch screens, TFT displays and pc panels available from Display Technology Ltd.

In today’s world, using efficient technology for the medical profession to access vital information at the touch makes their job far easier. More and more departments in the medical health profession are heading this way. The trend began in the emergency room and has since spread to other departments such as surgery, recovery and even physical therapy.

Patient monitoring is a crucial system around all areas across the NHS, nurse stations benefit from having small monitors providing them real-time data to see when their patients are calling them from their beds. This saves time and effort of having a nurse walk around the wards checking all the time, and it also provides nurses with more time to attend to other duties.

The benefits of technology in patient monitoring are many and varied, but one of the most crucial is that it helps save lives. By having quick and easy access to vital signs, medical staff can act swiftly if something is wrong. This can make the difference between life and death for some patients.

Technology is constantly evolving and improving, reflected in the latest patient monitoring equipment. TFT displays are available in various sizes, from small (over an inch) to large (21″). Touch screen options make it simple to navigate menus and choose the desired function. PC panels provide a more user-friendly interface for those unfamiliar with touch screens. TFT displays such as the 3.5″ from Disea, ZW-T035SGV-05, provide a brightness of 1000 cd/m2 with a wide viewing angle, or the 10.4″ G104XCE-L01 from Innolux offers a high contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a wide operating temperature. For the panel PC option, the company recommends the 23.8″ Full HD PCAP multi-touch panel, HID-2334 from Avalue, ideal for mobility working, it has two hot-swappable batteries and runs on 7th Generation Intel Core Kaby Lake i5 Processor.

Medical equipment is created to work around the clock. That is why efficient power supplies that are medically approved play a crucial part in providing the best option to power the medical equipment. Base plate cooling and fan-assisted power supplies are vital to ensure the equipment doesn’t overheat after prolonged use yet still give you efficient performance. You can view its range of medical power-approved power supplies here. One the company has highlighted for this application is the Cosel AEA which features single output with triple peak current, high efficiency, offered at 600W or 1000W with outputs of 24V, 36V and 48V.

All these factors combine to make patient monitoring equipment more effective and user-friendly. Click here to find out more.

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