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Video Systems, Fluoroscopic

Definition : Video systems designed to display the output of the image intensifier of fluoroscopic systems, with appropriate preservation of image sharpness and contrast and minimum lag. These systems typically consist of a video camera optically coupled to the output phosphor of the image intensifier of the fluoroscopic system, one or more standard or high-definition cathode ray tube monitors, and video signal recording devices (e.g., VHS or super-VHS videotape recorders, digital recorders). Video cameras used for general fluoroscopy typically include a conventional tube that operates based on the principle of photoconductivity (e.g., a vidicon tube); for fast motion studies and/or when a series of sequential images are needed (e.g., in angiography studies), tubes with better contrast preservation and less lag (e.g., Plumbicon, Saticon) are used. Solid-state cameras with charge-coupled devices (CCDs) instead of electron tubes are also used. Video systems for fluoroscopy allow fluoroscopic images to be viewed on video monitors inside the examination room and in remote locations

Entry Terms : "Fluoroscopic Television Chains" , "Video Camera Systems" , "Television Chains, Fluoroscopic" , "Television Cameras"

UMDC code : 16965

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Lakeshore Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Lakeshore Technologies, formerly Syracuse Scientific, continues to design and manufacture high performance TV cameras, image processing and recording equipment primarily for X-ray apparatus. We have specialized in high technology medical x-ray products and components since 1978.

Medelex Inc

Company Type: Parent

MEDELEX, Inc. provides OEM & replacement image intensifier systems, as well as Digital Systems for medical and industrial equipment that meet, or in most cases exceed, manufacturer specifications.

NDS Surgical Imaging

Company Type: Parent

NDS Surgical Imaging revolutionized the medical imaging industry with its development of the industry's first Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technologies for Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) viewing applications in 1996. The company continues that tradition of innovation with technological and engineering advances serving the rapidly developing surgical and PACS markets.

Perkins Electronics

Company Type: Parent

Our vision at Perkins Healthcare Technologies is to be the partner of choice for global medical equipment and software products suppliers, providing innovative solutions that improve the availability and visualization of patient information, complimenting and enhancing the value of our partner's products and applications, and contributing daily to the improvement of patient care globally.

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