Orthoscan introduces new 32-inch 4K display monitor for mini C-arm at RSNA 2023

Mini C-arm imaging company Orthoscan is displaying a new 32-inch 4K display monitor to provide more viewing capability on its TAU2020 mini C-arm.

Making its RSNA debut, the new diagnostic touchscreen monitor has a resolution that supports up to Quad Full HDTV Its image quality shows fine details of relevant anatomy, providing more information with rich detail to quickly and accurately diagnose patients, according to Orthoscan.

The TAU 2020 incorporates Orthoscan's largest detector and field of view in the TAU product line. It incorporates Intelligent Dose Reduction, which allows the mini C-arm to achieve significant dose savings at every level without sacrificing image quality.

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