Conventional video management with wall-mounted OR workstation

The central interface of this flexible EIZO Viewing Station is the Surgical Panel – our powerful OR wall-mounted panel. It is optimally visible to all members of the OR team, regardless of their location. Various image and video signals as well as clinic-specific applications and software can be displayed on a large monitor. Simple source switching and flexible configuration options enable optimal video management in the OR and intuitive, ergonomic work.

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Hardware and software for effective video management

As the number of video sources and monitors in the OR increases, images must be selected, arranged and routed quickly and reliably. With Caliop vm and the 24-inch touchscreen, OR staff can intuitively control any number of pre-configured video inputs and outputs – for simple, effective video management in real time.

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Video management with OP documentation and interfaces to HIS and PACS

By connecting the CuratOR solution to the existing HIS and PACS systems, videos and snapshots from the OR can be linked to patient data and stored. This reduces human error in data entry in the documentation process and supports clarification, safeguarding and workflows in the OR.

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Video management over IP (VMoIP) in the fully integrated operating room

CuratOR Alipe from EIZO offers a powerful option for network-based transmission of video, audio and control data. With video management over IP (VMoIP), there are virtually no limits to speed and quality. By using standard network switching technology, the system can be individually expanded and scaled in the future to support the growing number of imaging systems over greater distances.

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