LG Radiology Displays Bundled with PerfectLum Software
FDA-approved LG displays work with Perfectlum software and include all necessary software and certifications to meet strict New York and New York City requirements
By: QUBYX Software Technologies Inc.
According to Shareden Senior Business Development Director Sharon Johnson, the company will sell and provide software support for LG's new 27-inch 8MP clinical review medical display (27HJ713C-B)
Stephen K. Hu, LG Business Solutions USA's head of medical monitors, said, "As demand for remote healthcare services grows, diagnostic displays will play a crucial role in disciplines such as teleradiology. Together with Qubyx, LG is committed to developing new solutions for healthcare professionals to help them provide the best possible healthcare services."
In order to serve the market, LG designed these new displays to satisfy the stringent requirements of the New York State Department of Health Bureau of Environmental Radiation Protection primary diagnostic monitor guidelines (NYS PDM) and the New York City Health Department's Office of Radiological Health (PDM QA) programs for clinical review and diagnostic use in imaging environments.
The displays are compliant with Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Part 14. The 21HK512D and 32HL512D have FDA 510(k) Class II approval and 27HJ713C is FDA registered. DICOM consistency and crisp, detailed visual quality are crucial for radiologists and other medical professionals to be able to draw accurate conclusions from analyses of patient studies, which led New York to develop strict requirements for diagnostic displays.
Qubyx PerfectLum is a multi-platform, multilingual, full-featured quality assurance tool and remote management solution that not only calibrates a primary or secondary medical display, but also performs acceptance and constancy tests to verify that the display conforms to such international regulations as NEMA DICOM part 14 GSDF, AAPM TG-18, DIN 6868-57, DIN 6868-157, JESRA X-0093, IEC 62563-1 ACR and NYS/NYC Primary Diagnostic Monitor (NY PDM) guidelines.
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Mr. Marc Leppla