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Barco, a global technology company, designs and develops visualization solutions for a variety of selected professional markets: medical imaging, media & entertainment, infrastructure & utilities, traffic & transportation, defense & security, education & training and corporate AV.
barco.com - In 2006, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in the Netherlands (RIVM) set off on an ambitious journey to fully digitize its national breast cancer screening service. A consortium including Barco proved to be the best partner to meet the complex, large-scale requirements of the project.
As part of the project, 63 mobile screening units are equipped with Barco’s Coronis 2MP display systems, while radiologists at 20 dedicated screening centers use Coronis 5MP
Mammo displays. Everyone involved in the program praises the displays’ incomparable level of sharpness and contrast and the speed and ease of loading and manipulating the images.
barco.com - As a national Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, Baton Rouge Woman’s Hospital wanted only the best when it came to breast cancer detection, leading them to Barco’s Mammo Tomosynthesis 5MP display. “We’ve partnered with Barco because they lead the industry in medical displays. Their Mammo Tomosynthesis display is the best tool we have for high-quality image display for such a busy radiology department,” according to James Ruiz, MD, radiologist and breast imaging specialist at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA.
barco.com - Population changes, lifestyle diseases, and healthcare spending are forcing changes in how we deliver healthcare today. Barco Healthcare solutions drive efficiency throughout the hospital and help ensure quality care in the decades ahead.
barco.com - DCA Imaging Research Centre has developed a reputation as a pioneering imaging practice that is committed to introducing the latest technology in the field of radiology. Barco’s 30-inch multi-modality diagnostic displays (Coronis Fusion 6MP DL) and clinical review displays (MDRC-2120) offered the perfect solution to meet the Centre’s demanding imaging needs.
“I have been using the Coronis Fusion 6MP DL for the last 3.5 years and I appreciate how it really enhances my workflow. It allows me to see CTs, MRs, ultrasound images and even PET-CTs conveniently and comfortably on one screen”, says Dr. Bharat Agarwal, Director of the DCA Imaging Research Centre. “In addition, the clinical review displays provide us with a great platform to review CT and MRI scans, which make up for the major workload of our radiology department.”
barco.com - Barco launched its brand-new generation of JAO Smart Terminals for the patient bedside. Used in hospitals and care centers, these terminals have been designed to push clinical productivity and patient comfort to the next level. For a hands-on experience, make sure to visit us at Medica, 14-17 November.
barco.com - Barco’s mammography displays offer unrivaled brightness (over 1,000 cd/m² calibrated) and accurate grayscale precision. Combined with unique technologies for high-speed cine imaging and effortless compliance with medical standards, Barco’s display systems for digital breast imaging ensure better workflow and the highest diagnostic confidence.
barco.com - St. Joseph’s Health Care, based in London, Ontario, Canada, is one of the regions leading teaching hospitals and research centers. Recently, they invested in the benefits of Barco’s Coronis color imaging technology.
With its superb multi-modality performance, the Coronis 6MP provides the ability to display grayscale, color-enhanced and fused images side-by-side in a seamless presentation. For the hospital’s radiologists, this high-resolution diagnostic canvas eliminates the need for a separate display to read color-enhanced images.
barco.com - The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust (RNOH) is reputed to be the jewel in the crown of pioneering NHS neuro-musculoskeletal healthcare. As a national centre of excellence, the RNOH constantly strives to provide the best possible care through improvement and innovation.
When the hospital recently installed its Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), not just any display solution would do. Barco was the only supplier that could meet the hospitals complex and unique requirements.
Eight operating theaters were equipped with 23 large-screen diagnostic Barco LCD displays. Barcos 30-inch displays allow the orthopedic surgeons to visualize an entire area of the body in one high-quality image, from anywhere in the operating theater and even in high ambient light conditions.
barco.com - Over the years, display manufacturers have developed a number of technologies to stabilize the luminance of their medical monitors. When considering a medical display solution, it’s important to understand that fundamental differences exist in sensor technology. This video zooms in on the characteristics of Barco’s medical display sensor technologies: BLOS and I-Guard.
barco.com - SmoothGray is a Barco-specific dithering system enabling grayscale values to be shown on your display with perfect luminance and in sync with the human visual system. This video explains how SmoothGray technology improves the representation of high-resolution grayscale images, which results in higher precision and diagnostic confidence for a radiologist.