The medical industry is becoming more reliant on innovative computer based technologies to assist with the execution of surgical procedures. Stable and reliable computing platforms embedded in medical equipment increasingly empower surgeons to make better informed critical decisions in the operating room.
With this in mind, Captec, the specialist computer manufacturers, have introduced the MTC-61 a mini-tower computer into their medical portfolio for applications designed to capture, review, print and archive high quality image sequences.
- High Reliability
– Longevity of Supply
– Powerful and Expandable
To ensure higher reliability, the computer is built with industrial grade components and incorporates a battery back-up to ensure it continues to operate for 15-20 minutes without AC-input in the event of a power cut.
Longevity of Supply
Through obsolescence management, the longevity of the MTC-61 ensures continuity of supply for up to 15 years for the OS and 5+ years for the hardware; minimising migration costs and the inconveniences associated with change.
Powerful and Expandable
The MTC-61 is well equipped for the high quality, real-time image capture required for its application. Running on an Intel second generation Core-i7 processor, it integrates a multitude of Firewire, COM and USB ports along with 2 available PCIe slots for further expansion.
Flexible in its use, the MTC-61 can be used for a diversity of medical applications requiring real-time image capture, such as; identification of blood flow for heart bypass procedures. The use of computer technology can enhance critical decisions made during surgical procedures, increasing the success rate, thus saving human life.