Q:What kind of monitor should be used for image reading?
A:Of course, it must be a medical monitor, but in addition it has to provide high image quality and contrast. The CL-S300 has a significantly improved contrast ratio of 1500:1 compared to a conventional monitor with a contrast ratio of 900:1, leading to a clear display. If only desiring for high luminance, it is too dazzling to see, so we also require of high contrast ratio.
Q:You replaced the monochrome monitors to color monitors (CL-S300). Do you feel any different?
A:In the past, there was only one set of color monitor, so color images were interpreted by one person. With the increase of color monitors in this time, more doctors can read color images of CT, endoscope and RI. Since various other factors also influence the final diagnosis besides image information, with the same display characteristics color monitors have an advantage over monochrome ones.