Medical Monitor Displays For Operating Rooms
Focused exclusively on endoscopy technologies and clinical solutions, NDS is a global leader in designing and manufacturing advanced visualization medical display platforms for endoscopic procedures. A pioneer since 1995 in medical LCD displays, NDS displays have led the way in redefining the capabilities of modern Operating Rooms and Endo/GI suites. NDS is known the world over as first to innovate, enabling clinical imaging solutions designed to help procedural efficiencies and patient outcomes.
Clinically Inspired Endoscopic and Surgical Displays
With the broadest range of displays available, NDS delivers solutions tailored to the needs of specific clinical environments. Thoughtful features include built-in embedded wireless video, proprietary color calibration, ergonomically sleek and lightweight designs, easy-clean sealed front panels, and medical-grade quality and durability.
Premium Medical Displays
The Radiance Ultra series – the next generation of configurable visualization systems – sets a new global gold standard in endoscopic monitors. Precision engineered to support the most advanced surgical monitor technology requirements, Radiance Ultra is designed to deliver the best in HD 1080p imaging color reproduction, and soon-to-be-released 4K UHD imaging compatibility.
Performance Medical Displays
The Radiance series offers a range of globally OEM-adopted, high-performance, field-proven endoscopy displays. Hospital systems around the world rely on Radiance image quality, brightness and color performance. Designed with a wide range of inputs and outputs, Radiance delivers the ultimate in connectivity for HD digital and analog imaging.
Value Medical Displays
The EndoVue series delivers the image quality of a high-end endoscopy display at a value price. Offering the widest range of sizes in its market segment, EndoVue is a versatile, plug-and-play visualization platform designed to accommodate analog and digital HD signals from a variety of imaging sources including ultrasound, PACS, and patient monitor vital signs.