The SynergyUHD4 system is a commanding imaging platform offered by Arthrex that features a true Ultra HD 4K programmable camera head, an LED “xenon-bright” light source, an image management system, and fiber optic video over IP integration all in one tablet-controlled device.
The SynergyUHD4 system integrates 3 consoles into 1 and revolutionizes endoscopic visualization and image management. One console and one unique tablet interface simplifies use. Programmable individual surgeon preferences enhance the user experience and increase efficiency. The network-based system allows live video streaming from any authorized remote viewer, integration with EMR/PACS, and remote connection from Arthrex representatives for maintenance/upgrades.
The unique and innovative remote tablet interface allows users to remotely and efficiently enter patient information, surgeon preferences, and image management settings only one time. The user-friendly SynergyUHD4 tablet application is intuitive, and will help reduce cost by increasing OR efficiency.
To complement the revolutionary SynergyUHD4 console, Arthrex introduces the world's first UHD 4K medical display. The UHD 4K monitor is offered at 32" to maximize the quality of the image. The monitor's settings are calibrated for optimal performance with the SynergyUHD4 imaging platform across all surgical specialties.
Arthrex also provides alternative privately labeled backlit LED monitors that are excellent displays at an affordable price. The monitor have an aluminum enclosure to help protect the monitor against repeated adjustments and cleanings. Numerous VESA-standard mounting holes ensure mounting capability. Arthrex California Technology engineers have full access to the settings of the privately labeled monitors to ensure optimization of the SynergyUHD4 camera system. The monitors are available in 26" and 32" sizes.
Video Cart Options
The video cart features a modular shelf design to conform to any set-up need. The power cords are prewired and cable management is accomplished on either side of the cart. The large wheels provide easy OR mobility, as do the handles the front and rear of the cart. The main monitor boom arm permits 38” of reach and 15” of vertical adjustment. The tension of the arm is adjustable to hold 19-32” monitors and it also features a handle and locking position during movement of the cart. The secondary arm can be mounted to either side of the top shelf, allowing customization to fit the OR staff’s needs. The CO2 gas bottle holder or foot pedal holder can be mounted to either side of the cart. The newest released carts feature a top shelf that holds the Sony UPDR80MD printer that faces the rear of the cart. This allows staff to access prints away from the sterile field. The AR-6000B includes the cart with transformer, five shelves, one drawer, one foot pedal holder, one secondary arm, and the main monitor boom arm.
TRIMANO®* Support Arm
The TRIMANO support arm acts as an additional surgical assistant by securely and safely holding the arm in any desired position during arthroscopic or open shoulder surgery performed in the beach chair position. The compact and lightweight device is easily attached to any OR table Clark rail and is ready for immediate use. No additional power or air connections are required. The TRIMANO arm can be moved in any direction by simply pressing the handle. Releasing the handle locks it into the desired position.
The Arthrex Positioning arm is articulated arm and has a universal radial clamp to assist filming of open surgical procedures. The arm is easy to position and can be fixed securely and rapidly with a single knob. The purely mechanical central tightening device enables simple and fast positioning of the camera head. Once the position has been set, it remains firmly fixed throughout the operation. The arm and radial clamp are fully autoclavable.
*TRIMANO is a registered trademark of Maquet GmbH.
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