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Optimal Quality Control of Monitors in Your Hospital
Maintain Quality Control of Individual Monitors
Ensuring that the quality control of each client monitor complies with important medical standards, from calibration to acceptance and constancy tests to history and asset management, requires technical know-how and experience. EIZO offers software and sensors that makes quality control efficient and user-friendly.
Improved User-Interface and Enhanced Operability
Graphical design and icons are arranged next to the text making it easy to comprehend the functions visually and intuitively. A compendium list also enables users to check the condition of monitors instantaneously. Furthermore with the intuitive on-screen wizard, you can easily complete monitor inspection and calibration.
Acceptance and Constancy Testing in Easy Steps
RadiCS enables you to perform brightness, grayscale and uniformity checks that comply with AAPM TG18, DIN 6868-157, and other QC standards.
DICOM Part 14 Calibration
The built-in backlight sensor enables simplified calibration compliant with the DICOM Part 14 standard to correct the grayscale tones and brightness of the monitor. Furthermore, the use of an Integrated Front Sensor (IFS) or bundled UX2 Sensor enables higher calibration performance.
Flexible Schedule Setting
The timing of when to perform QC tasks such as daily tests or constancy tests can be set according to the needs of your institute. For example, when turning the PC on or just after a specific application is opened.
Work on a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
For the purpose of improving work efficiency, reducing costs, and saving space, virtual desktops are becoming increasingly common in the healthcare field. With RadiCS Version 5.0.0, all functions are accessible on client monitors from a virtual desktop infrastructure.
* It is necessary to install RadiNET Pro Server in order to save settings and history of individual monitors.
Improve the Interpretation Workflow
To improve work efficiency, EIZO's unique Work-and-Flow provides various functions for providing a comfortable reading environment. These include functions such as the Auto Brightness Switch which dims the brightness of patient lists when not in use, for improved concentration during interpretation.
* Function availability varies by monitor model.
When interpreting images, the bright screen of a patient list on an external monitor can be distracting. With the Auto Brightness Switch function, the brightness of a connected FlexScan EV-Series monitor automatically dims when the cursor is moved out of the screen. This makes it easier to concentrate on diagnostic images and also saves on power consumption.
Save Power with Ease
With the Monitor Power Switch function, all monitors can be turned on or off just by touching one monitor. When leaving your desk, switching off all monitors is quick and easy.
* This feature is limited to EIZO monitors connected via USB.
- Historical Management and Report Generator
- Continuous Asset Management
- Backlight Meter
- Distinct QC for All Modes
- Low-Power-Consumption with Backlight Saver
- Compatible with Non-RadiForce Monitors
Standards with a pink ribbon include QC standards for breast imaging monitors.
AAPM On-Line Report No.03
"Assessment of Display Performance for Medical Imaging Systems" formulated by Task Group (TG) 18 of American Association of Physicists in Medicine.
ACR-AAPM-SIIM "Practice Guideline for Determinants of Image Quality in Digital Mammography"
This guideline was formulated collaboratively by specialists in mammography and medical physics who represent the American College of Radiology (ACR), the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), and the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM).
The guidelines describe the types and extension of information and criteria used by the New York State Department of Health Bureau of nvironmental Radiation Protection to evaluate Primary Diagnostic Monitor (PDM) in facilities as a part of the radiation safety and quality assurance program.
NYC Quality Assurance Guidelines for Primary Diagnostic Monitors
Refers to the “Guidance related to quality assurance for Primary Diagnostic Monitor (PDM)” based on the health regulations of New York city provided by the New York City Health Department’s Office of Radiological Health.
EUREF "European Guidelines for Quality Assurance in Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis Fourth Edition"
This guideline was issued by the European Commission in cooperation with EUREF (European Reference Organization for Quality Assured Breast Screening and Diagnostic Services), EBCN (European Breast Cancer Network), and EUSOMA (European Society of Mastology).
IPEM Report 91
"Recommended Standards for the Routine Performance Testing of Diagnostic X-ray Imaging Systems" formulated by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine in the UK.
"Image quality assurance in diagnostic X-ray departments – Part 157: X-ray ordinance acceptance and constancy test of image display systems in their environment" formulated by the German Institute for Standardization (Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V).
DIN V 6868-57
"Image Quality Assurance in X-ray Diagnosis - Part 57: Acceptance testing for image display devices" formulated by the German Institute for Standardization (Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V).
"Guideline for implementing quality assurance of the X-ray systems for diagnostic and medical treatment purposes according to the chapter 16 and 17 of the X-ray Ordinance". This defines the details of the quality assurance of general X-ray systems obliged by the X-ray Ordinance.
"Requirements and Testing of Digital Mammographic X-ray Equipment" formulated by the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) in cooperation with the German Radiology Society (DRG) and others. This standard defines the details of the quality assurance obliged by the X-ray Ordinance as well as the QS-RL for general X-ray systems and DIN V 6868-57 for image display devices.
ONR 195240-20: 2017
“Image Quality Assurance in X-ray Diagnosis - Part 20: Acceptance test and consistency test for image display devices” formulated by the Austrian Standards Institute. Compared to the previous version, parts of test patterns, evaluation methods, judgment standards, etc. to be used have been slightly modified in the 2017 version.
"Quality Assurance (QA) Guideline for Medical Imaging Display Systems" formulated by Japan Industries Association of Radiological Systems (JIRA).
Quality Control Manual for Digital Mammography
A quality control manual for digital mammography systems written by the Japan Central Institute on Quality Assurance of Breast Cancer Screening, a nonprofit organization, in Japan. This NPO studies and manages quality control of mammography.
|Compatible Operating Systems||
Windows 7 / Windows 7 SP1
|Display Functions||DICOM Part 14 GSDF, CIE, Exponential (gamma value), Log Linear, Linear, User definition|
|Languages||English, German, Japanese, Chinese, French|
|Package Contents||RadiCS DVD-ROM (RadiCS, User's Manual), UX2 Sensor, Adsorptive sheet for the replacement, cleaning cloth, UX2 Sensor Instructions for Use|
- Network QC Management Software
- Network QC Management Server Provider
- Quality Control External Calibration Sensor
- New user-friendly design
- Quality Control External Calibration Sensor
- Software for major version up of RadiCS
- License to use RadiCS with other commercially available monitors