A successful decade of operating theatre wall monitors

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A successful decade of operating theatre wall monitors

OPERION from Rein Medical has been an established byword for wall-integrated monitors and workstations for the operating theatre for ten years. Now in their 3rd generation, they stand for hygienic, highly compatible, reliable and intuitive monitor and workstation systems.

The extensive product range in sizes from 21.5" to 75" means that perfect hardware packages covering any requirement and the optimum workflow in the operating theatre are always available.

OPERION products can be found in well over 5,000 operating theatres, 60 percent of which have integrated PC units. In addition to major, internationally active OEM customers, its numerous customers include the new surgery department at Heidelberg University, Heidenheim Hospital, Maria Hilf Hospital in Mönchengladbach, Weilheim Hospital, Marienkrankenhaus Hamburg, Hôpital Henri Mondor Créteil and Clinique de La Source Lausanne.

Not much could really be optimised about the timeless modern design of the products, except for an even better anti-reflective glass

Markus Killian

It is anticipated that the first fourth-generation sets will be launched towards the end of the year. Useful new functions and updated components will be deployed, as well as additional special touch functionalities for the 49-inch and 55-inch sizes. More is not yet being revealed. 

"Not much could really be optimised about the timeless modern design of the products, except for an even better anti-reflective glass," says Markus Killian, Head of Product for the wall solutions at Rein Medical. After all, with well-prepared planning of modular operating theatre wall systems, only the monitor glass, which fits seamlessly into the design concept of modern operating theatres, is visible.

The company is particularly proud that, despite the increased complexity of the MDR, it can still provide its customers with a Class 1 medical product. This adds considerable value, especially in the increasingly frequent system development by operators or system integrators, and offers a high level of assurance for manufacturers, operators, patients and staff.

In addition, the intention is to provide more reports on the successes and numerous installations. "We have clearly failed to do this in recent years," admits Markus Killian.

For more information on Operion products, visit www.reinmedical/operion.


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