Emerging markets continue to benefit from advancing technologies to meet their needs. A recent example is the EndoVue SE surgical display by NDS Surgical Imaging. The system includes LED-backlight technology and is engineered for multiple applications within any OR setting.

“We are pleased to provide state-of-the-art surgical imaging technology to those regions that need it most, with a price structure that is sensitive to local economic challenges,” says Jens Ruppert, vice president and general manager of the Surgical Business Unit at NDSsi.

The 21-in. EndoVue SE features a sealed front enclosure with no open slots or buttons, providing enhanced sterility and efficient cleaning. It also supports both digital and analog inputs, accommodating high-definition signals from a variety of medical imaging sources including endoscopes, ultrasound, PACS and vital signs.

Engineered for low-power consumption (39 Watts at 12 VDC), the display weighs only 16.9 lb., making it one of the lightest displays in its class and enabling easy maneuverability and installation on boom arms, wall mounts, or desktops.