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Desk PACS Radiology Desk
PACS Radiology Desk from KOS
An ergonomic PACS workstation is essential for the wellbeing of the radiologist. The height adjustable radiology desk from KOS, is easily adjustable, allowing the radiologists to alternate between sitting and standing, helping avoid pain discomfort and fatigue and also accommodating different sizes of users. When you combine this adjustable PACS table with the ergonomic radiologist chair, an ideal solution is available to alleviate and prevent the common problems of neck, shoulder and back pain often endured as a result of long hours in a sedentary position. This also allows for frequent changes of positions throughout the day while maintaining proper ergonomic postures.
PACS Monitor Management
For a PACS or Radiology Reading Room workstation to operate effectively and avoid user neck strain in particular, the PACS monitors must be easily adjustable. Extra strength monitors arms are provided to allow the PACS monitor be adjusted in height depth and angle. Multiple monitors can be accommodated.
Backlight is provided to help match the intensity and brightness of the PACS monitors. This has been shown to reduce eye strain and fatigue. A Desk Lamp is also provided.
An A Grade acoustic surround is provided, to absorb excess noise. This helps avoid distractions when reporting or collaborating.
Cable and clutter management.
Cables and CPUs are neatly attached to the underneath of desktop, avoiding trip hazards and unsightliness. This leaves the desktop free to accommodate essential peripherals. A twin USB hub and power outlet is built into the desktop for user convenience.
It’s important to create a proper radiology workspace. Radiology is unique in that computer usage is two to three times higher than that of most other industries. Many radiologists spend up to 12 hours sitting at a PACS workstation reading images. This can cause tension and undue stress. For work that requires users to remain seated for such long periods of time reading digital images and making important decisions, a supportive ergonomic PACS desk chair and ergonomic PACS workstation is essential to the radiologists, to ensure proper concentration and maintain health and wellbeing.
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