3D flat-panel displays available for operating and exam rooms, patient education

April 4, 2009

San Francisco-New three-dimensional (3D) flat-panel displays (TrueVision Systems Inc.) will enable cataract and refractive surgeons to display live and recorded content of the surgical view from a microscope or slit lamp.

San Francisco-New three-dimensional (3D) flat-panel displays (TrueVision Systems Inc.) will enable cataract and refractive surgeons to display live and recorded content of the surgical view from a microscope or slit lamp.

Different configurations of the 1,080-pixel, flat-panel LCDs include wall-mounted and portable ergonomic cart platforms with panels ranging from 24 to 46 inches. One or more displays can be mounted from a wall, ceiling, or boom arm for operating rooms, exam rooms, and offices.

"Adding these 3D flat-panel options to our product line will improve [the company’s] appeal for prospective customers that have been constrained by small operating rooms," said Forrest Fleming, chief executive officer, TrueVision. "Three-dimensional flat panels are just another step in the rapid evolution of our platform."

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