Clearer Surgical Vision, Better Surgical Experience
If you use a full HD monitor when performing operations on small blood vessels with fine sutures, you may not be able to see the image clearly, and you may not be able to distinguish the objects in your field of vision. The 4K display enables surgeons to clearly see the inside of the patient, ensuring that they place the tools in a predetermined area to avoid any accidental injury.
When used on a monitor of the same size, the 4K resolution is four times that of the full HD resolution. Therefore, small objects such as suture lines and blood vessels that are blurred on the full HD will be clearer at 4K resolution. Full HD monitors can only be used comfortably at a distance, while 4K monitors can be comfortably viewed at closer distances. By using a 4K display with a 4K camera, you can increase the sharpness of the image through the higher pixel density provided by 4K, thereby restoring partially lost visibility and improving depth perception.