Toshiba has multiple lines of business that include varied electronics as well as electrical products. With continuous innovation, Toshiba has so far introduced a range of devices and equipment in the market. Few days back, Toshiba announced the release of a new 56-inch monitor that can be used in its Infinix-i series of X-ray system. This monitor will be displayed at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) annual conference, to be held between November 7 – 11, this year in San Francisco.
In medical science, it is important to correlate various aspects of patient information for accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. The complex vascular structures demand clear visualization to draw the precise inference. Looking at various reports separately takes time. It also increases the probability of overlooking some parts of the complete details. The Toshiba monitor, with an 8 megapixels camera, can be very useful in providing overall critical patient information on its much bigger screen. This will facilitate multiple displays at a very clear resolution rather than the conventional view of one fluorescent image at a time. The enhanced resolution will help the clinicians to take a quick look at the information in a collaborated manner.
“Clearly viewing intricate details of the vascular structure during intervention makes procedures as safe and efficient as possible. Toshiba’s 56-inch large monitor enables patient-friendly diagnoses and treatment by enlarging views of critical patient information and expanding clinical viewing possibilities,” said Stephen Bumb, director, X-ray vascular business unit, Toshiba.
Toshiba believes in diversified endeavors to bring out the best products, whether it is laptops, desktops, tablets, hard disk drives, medical equipment, semiconductors, or anything else. It is one of the top five PC manufacturers and stands among the 20 largest manufacturers of semiconductors, worldwide. On this note, its tagline ‘Leading Innovation’ seems well suited. Visit the Toshiba website here.