Medical Computing

Steatite medical-grade touchscreen computers and fanless PCs are designed for use in a range of healthcare applications including PACS, medical cart and patient registration.

Easy clean – IP rated enclosures mean that our medical grade computers can be cleaned with cleaning fluids.
Anti-bacterial – The anti-microbial housing on our EN60601 PCs helps prevent transmission of germs between users.
Reliable – High quality components and thorough testing ensure many years of reliable operation for our medical PCs.
Longevity – Our EN60601 computers will be in production for at least 5 years and up to 15 years from launch.

Below is a selection of our medical grade touchscreen computers. Our engineering and product qualification colleagues will be happy to answer any questions you may have – please get in touch

Medical Grade Panel PCs

2 Products

Healthcare Computers

2 Products

Medical Servers

1 Product

Rugged Medical Tablets

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Health Information Systems

Health Information Systems encompass EHRs, as well as other medical computing tools like Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) systems, clinical decision support systems (CDSS), and telemedicine platforms. These systems facilitate data sharing, enhance clinical decision-making, and support remote patient monitoring and telehealth consultations.

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Medical Imaging & Diagnostic

Medical imaging has greatly benefited from computing technology. Radiology, cardiology, and various other specialties rely on digital imaging modalities like MRI, CT scans, X-rays, and ultrasounds. Sophisticated medical imaging software processes and analyzes these images, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment planning.


Clinical Research

Medical computing plays a vital role in clinical research and drug discovery. Computational models and simulations help researchers understand disease mechanisms, predict drug interactions, and design clinical trials.

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