In order to give a “better” transform representation for future automated video processing, such as analysis, detection, segmentation, recognition, and surveillance, medical video enhancement devices strive to enhance the visual quality of the video.
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An instrument used in the healthcare sector to increase the video quality of footage taken during diagnostic or therapeutic operations is known as a medical video enhancement equipment. In endoscopic or laparoscopic surgeries, when a camera is put into the body to offer a visual of internal organs or structures, these devices are commonly employed.
In order to enhance the video signal and boost image quality, resolution, and colour accuracy, the gadget is used. Hardware and software elements collaborate to remove noise, enhance contrast, and modify brightness levels in order to do this.
Medical personnel can discover and diagnose medical disorders more easily by using medical video enhancement tools to emphasise particular regions of interest in the video. Some gadgets could also be able to capture and save the improved video footage for later use.
Overall, the application of medical video enhancement tools can increase the precision of diagnosis and treatment, resulting in improved patient outcomes and general satisfaction.
The global medical video enhancement device market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The i-scan OE (Optical Enhancement), an optical filter that generates bandwidth-limiting light, was recently created by PENTAX Medical.
The surface structures of blood arteries, glandular ducts, and mucosal membranes are vividly visible when paired with image enhancement processing technologies in higher contrasts than white light.
Medical professionals can record, edit, and archive medical images and video using the TIMS Medical Video Platform, which is a collection of cutting-edge hardware and software products.
Medical professionals can also share and collaborate with other practitioners using TIMS Connect, a significant upgrade to the platform.
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TIMS Medical systems are frequently utilized for imaging and diagnostics. Additionally, TIMS Medical systems are widely utilized to support the necessary DICOM/PACS/VNA communication as well as imaging for general endoscopy, interventional radiology, ultrasound, and surgery.
In-bed therapies are offered by the Progressa Smart+ Bed to help lessen pulmonary issues brought on by immobility. In-bed percussion and vibration therapy combined with chest physical therapy helps to release pulmonary secretions for simpler removal. Using a few buttons, caregivers can offer this therapy in-bed.
The Progressa bed’s full body CLRT keeps the body aligned for ideal pressure redistribution, providing a more relaxing, therapeutic experience and assisting in liquifying lung secretions for simpler disposal.
GE Healthcare Partners and Apprise Health Insight of Oregon introduced a groundbreaking tool to address hospital capacity and key resource management. By automatically tracking and documenting bed availability data, the programme, which was created with funding from the Department of Health and Human Services, aims to address capacity concerns brought on by the COVID-19 epidemic.
Every hospital in Oregon will have access to the technology, according to GE, and it will aid in the timely, well-informed decision-making process for health organizations about staffing and resource allocation.
The commercial launch of the ELUXEO 7000X System, a new video imaging technology created to enable real-time visualization of hemoglobin oxygen saturation (StO2) levels in tissue using laparoscopic and/or endoluminal imaging, has been announced by FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc., a leading provider of endoscopic and endosurgical imaging technology.
The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) annual conference was held at the Sands Expo Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the company unveiled the ELUXEO 7000X, an upgrade to the ELUXEO Endoscopic Imaging System.
With its patented 4-LED Multi-light technology, the ELUXEO Endoscopic Imaging System revolutionized endoscopic visualization when it was released on the American market. This improved imaging capability is made possible by the 5-LED technology used in the ELUXEO 7000X System.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given the SmartSpeed artificial intelligence (AI) powered MR acceleration software its 510(k) clearance, according to Royal Philips, a world leader in health technology.
With the addition of cutting-edge AI data collection algorithms to Philips’ current Compressed SENSE MR acceleration engine, SmartSpeed offers higher image resolution with three times faster scan times and essentially no loss in image quality, marking a significant advancement in the diagnostic community and the efficiency of MR departments. Including the most complex cases, Philips SmartSpeed helps increase diagnostic confidence in a variety of patients.
The cutting-edge Compressed SENSE speed engine from Philips is seamlessly integrated with the proprietary deep learning technology of Philips SmartSpeed to deliver the higher resolution and high signal-to-noise ratio required for detailed images, small lesion detection, and improved diagnosis.
In a cooperation with Enhanced Video Devices (EVD), a maker of contrast enhancement tools, Z Microsystems, a leading supplier of mission-ready computing systems, today announced that EVD will provide algorithms to improve full-motion video using Z Microsystem’s FPGA-based image processing equipment.
In order to create a library of algorithms that may be used to enhance and clarify visuals in full motion video in real time, Z Microsystems is collaborating with other developers. These algorithms will enable Z Microsystems’ image processing hardware used in military intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
Initially, EVD will offer techniques for improving contrast and reducing spatial noise. National Grid Partners has invested several million dollars in Visionary.ai for its real-time video enhancing technology. The AI technology from the Israeli start-up enables cameras to function in low-light conditions, in real time, and in colour while keeping image clarity.
Visionary.ai has also created a software image signal processor that may modify image processing to meet the requirements of specific applications. One of the largest investor-owned energy corporations in the world, National Grid Partners is the venture investing and innovation division of National Grid plc.
Cameras must be dependable in all lighting and weather circumstances because vision is crucial for keeping an eye on these assets. The technology that Visionary.ai is creating can aid in the fight against climate change and the need for greater security in the electrical supply.
RECENT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Two of PENTAX Medical’s most recent inventions were introduced: the i20c video endoscope series and the new premium video processor, PENTAX Medical INSPIRATM.
The new video processor, which was created with the needs of healthcare professionals in mind, retains compatibility with recent endoscope models from PENTAX Medical and establishes new benchmarks when used with the new i20c video endoscope generation.
With any PENTAX Medical endoscope, the INSPIRATM video processor by PENTAX Medical produces stunning image quality.
It enables the modernization of the old endoscopic portfolio to the most recent imaging standards and is compatible with two different connection types. As a result, the image quality of the most recent generations of endoscopes meets the most demanding clinical requirements for an extended period of time.
So, this clever innovation increases the sustainability of each endoscope while maintaining the best standards of contemporary imaging and visualisation.
The requirements of healthcare practitioners were prioritised in the development of the PENTAX Medical INSPIRATM video processor. It blends cutting-edge features with user-friendly usability in a single plug-and-play solution.
A fully customizable, cutting-edge touch panel with cutting-edge picture enhancement features and 4K image processing is used to operate the video processor.
In the end, this enables medical professionals to concentrate on what matters most: getting the best possible therapeutic results. The i20c family of endoscopes is built with the best ergonomics for medical professionals and the best imaging for the best possible treatments.
Outstanding manoeuvrability, angulation, and handling, together with even better eyesight, are immediately advantageous to doctors. The i20c video endoscopes’ special control body and lightweight connector are intended to further streamline the endoscopic workflow.
PENTAX Medical INSPIRATM video processor not only improves the imaging capabilities of legacy instruments, but when combined with in new i20c endoscope generation, it is a milestone for endoscopy.
This cutting-edge solution offers a platform that is future-proof, and they are proud of the ground-breaking image quality it brings, in keeping with the dedication to creating products that are constantly innovative.
PENTAX Medical works to align with the Triple Aim goals of the healthcare industry by developing open relationships with its clients and by offering the highest-quality solutions to assist them in achieving their objectives.
These include enabling clients to improve patient outcomes by providing evidence-based solutions across the continuum of care; ensuring value by helping clients increase their efficiency and lower their healthcare costs; and enhancing patient and provider experiences.
A cutting-edge system created to improve the calibre and clarity of medical images and videos is the medical video enhancement device by Cardinal Health. The main applications of the device are in medical imaging and surgical procedures, where the precision and clarity of the images are crucial.
Advanced image processing algorithms included in the gadget can greatly enhance the quality of photos and videos taken during medical operations. It has a variety of filters and enhancement tools that can be used to change the brightness, contrast, and color levels of the photos and videos, as well as to get rid of noise and artifacts.
One of this device’s main advantages is that it makes it possible for medical practitioners to more clearly see the details of the pictures and videos, which can help with the diagnosis and treatment of medical disorders.
It is also made to be simple to use, with an intuitive interface that enables medical practitioners to make adjustments and upgrades right away. Cardinal Health’s medical video enhancement tool is frequently utilised in medical settings all around the world and is lauded for its dependability and efficacy.
It demonstrates Cardinal Health’s dedication to creating cutting-edge solutions that raise the standard of healthcare delivery.
The “Cubic Video Enhancement System” (CVES), created by the medical technology firm Cubic, is a tool that enhances the quality of medical recordings for healthcare practitioners.
The CVES system is intended to make important elements in movies, including blood vessels, tissue structures, and other anatomical characteristics, that might be challenging to see in regular video recordings, more visible.
In order to increase video quality, contrast, and noise reduction and produce clearer and sharper images, the gadget uses sophisticated image processing algorithms. The CVES system may be simply incorporated into current medical equipment and is compatible with the majority of video sources, including surgical cameras, endoscopes, and laparoscopes.
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