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Barco gets go-ahead for workstation display

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Barco gets go-ahead for workstation displayBelgian firm Barco Display Systems has gained Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for its MWD321 1600 x 1200 medical workstation display. The TrueGrey MWD321 monitor provides multimodality

Barco gets go-ahead for workstation display

Belgian firm Barco Display Systems has gained Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for its MWD321 1600 x 1200 medical workstation display. The TrueGrey MWD321 monitor provides multimodality support and is designed for a variety of medical imaging applications requiring accurate gray-scale images as well as long-term color stability, according to the Kortrijk, Belgium-based firm. The monitor also features what the company calls a clear base/blue base medical film simulation function, which allows the user to see diagnostic information displayed in his or her preferred viewing mode.

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