Consistently high image quality is crucial for reliable and safe diagnostics. It is reflected in consistent brightness and grey tones. JVC monitors provide that. Used continuously, there have been no faults or irregularities with daily constancy tests. "We radiologists are very satisfied with the monitors because they enable good diagnostics," says senior consultant Dr. Stefan Müller. The administrator Hitzelberger is also full of praise for the monitors: "As the IT department, we look after the monitors, and quality and servicing are vital- JVC monitors have both." The long-term partner Rein Medical is responsible for servicing and has been a subsidiary of JVC since the takeover in March 2018." "If a fault occurs, a worker is with you immediately to fix it."
There are now nearly 40 JVC monitors in use in RoMed clinics, in radiology CCL650i2 and CCL258i2. "Both in conventional radiography and in cross-sectional diagnostics from MRT and CT, both have a very good image quality," summarizes Dr. Müller. Four CCL550i2 monitors are making mammography imaging much more comfortable. "A central bar used to divide the images, but now we can take the images in color and examine them on a large monitor," says the senior consultant.
Color now plays an increasingly important role in x-ray diagnostics. "Two years ago we got new computer tomographs, but their evaluation software couldn't be used with black and white monitors. Working with post-processing software for CT and MRT is much more pleasant with color monitors, which make some functions useable for the first time," says Dr. Müller. "From the first day you could sense colleagues' delight with the new monitors."