Surgical-imaging management systems: Improvement and optimization

Today, many healthcare and medical facilities are taking advantage of the technological advancements in surgical and imaging management systems and seeking new methodologies to aid them in diagnoses, as well as pre-operative planning and surgical navigation.

CAS (Computer-assisted surgery) is essential for such tasks. The adaptation of CAS technologies has greatly aided surgical professionals: these technologies have assisted in creating virtual pre-operative treatment plans which are able to predict surgical outcomes, as well as execute those plans in the operating room.

The result is personalized treatment plans and more reliable, predictable outcomes for patients. The essential key for CAS is that it facilitates the development of accurate, highly detailed medical images, which have been generated through a plethora of medical modality equipment.

This equipment includes radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine and visible light.

When it comes to versatile solutions, Portwell’s NURO-821E high-end GPU workstation and MEDS-M2700 27” Medical Grade display are able to deliver that computing hardware infrastructure and human-machine touch interface of the highest performance.

This management system can support healthcare professionals efficiently in medical imaging or surgical management or applications.

Surgical-imaging management systems: Improvement and optimization

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CAS - Computer-assisted surgery

Portwell is home to the NURO-821E, which is a high-end edge computing GPU workstation that has been based on Intel® Xeon®/Core™ processor. Portwell is able to support dual full-length, full-height PCIe 3.0 x16 GPU cards.

NURO-821E has a high computing and graphics performance and is an ideal AI interference GPU system that you can implement in surgical planning, medical imaging and navigation applications.

Surgical-imaging management systems: Improvement and optimization

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Surgical navigation

A compliant medical display monitor, Portwell MEDS-M2700, is a 27" 2K DICOM monitor that has built-in capacitive touch technology and features true-flat display. With a native resolution of 2560x1440, MEDS-M2700 supports a wide viewing angle, brightness, and high contrast ratio.

The MEDS-M2700 from Portwell offers medical and healthcare professionals reliable and consistent images that are of exceptional quality. The housing is waterproof, alcohol-resistant and dustproof – allowing the monitor’s cleaning crew to easily disinfect both solutions.

Surgical-imaging management systems: Improvement and optimization

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Surgical planning

The safety and dependability in medical and healthcare operations of the monitors are ensured with IEC 60601-1-2, CE and FCC Class B certification standards.

For any healthcare IT device, the safety of both patients and operators is essential – along with the equipment’s operational reliability. With crisp images and stable operation, MEDS-M2700 is built to provide the quality that users can rely on.

Related products

NURO-821E: High-end GPU workstation

Surgical-imaging management systems: Improvement and optimization

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  • 9th Gen Intel® Core™ / Xeon E series (Coffee Lake-S Refresh)
  • Delivering up to 64GB DDR4 2666 MT/s SDRAM
  • Up to 2x full-size PCIe 3.0 x16 slots
  • 1x mSATA socket, 1x M.2 NVME SSD
  • Removable 2.5” SATAIII drive
  • 850W/1200W Removable PSU

MEDS-M2700: 27" DICOM compliant medical display monitor with true-flat display and optional PCAP touch

Surgical-imaging management systems: Improvement and optimization

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  • Medical Touch display (27”) with 2KHD (WQHD)
  • 2560 x 1440 resolution
  • EN 60601-1-2 and FCC Part 18 certified
  • True-flat display and projective capacitive touch
  • HDMI, DVI and DP input

About American Portwell Technology

Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Fremont, California, American Portwell Technology, Inc. is an industrial PC company that is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Portwell, Inc., and is committed to high standards and engineering excellence.

American Portwell's extensive product portfolio includes the manufacture of industrial embedded systems such as single-board computers, embedded computers, specialty computer platforms, rackmount computers, communication appliances, and human-machine interfaces.

American Portwell provides both off-the-shelf and versatile custom solutions for applications in the medical equipment, factory automation, retail automation, semiconductor equipment, financial automation, artificial intelligence (AI), mission critical and network security markets.

Encouraged by American Portwell's compliance with such quality and environmental standards as ISO 13485, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, TL 9000 and RoHS process, partnered companies have taken advantage of our customer-oriented and dedicated engineering resource to satisfy their need for superior mechanical chassis, computer board design and modification, and specific system configurations, testing and assembly.


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Last updated: Nov 4, 2021 at 4:04 AM

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