DT Research Unveils Cutting-Edge Medical Tablet Engineered for Versatile Healthcare Applications

6 March 2024

DT Research, a leading provider of customized computing solutions for specialized markets, has unveiled the 323MD medical tablet. Engineered specifically for a variety of healthcare settings, this cutting-edge device streamlines point-of-care applications with remarkable efficiency. Its adaptable design seamlessly accommodates both mobile and fixed environments, catering to a wide array of healthcare needs. By facilitating effortless patient data monitoring, recording, and management, the 323MD empowers healthcare professionals to deliver exceptional care.

The 323MD medical tablet will be on display alongside DT Research's comprehensive lineup of purpose-built medical computing solutions at the HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition from March 11-15, 2024, booth 3527. Designed to meet the demands of mobile healthcare, telehealth, and field medicine, the 323MD features a 13-inch sunlight-readable touchscreen and high-performance Intel® Core™ processors. Its sleek, antimicrobial design ensures mobility and flexibility, enabling healthcare providers to deliver care wherever it's needed most.

For telehealth applications, the 323MD's detachable keyboard enables seamless transitions between stationary and mobile use, supporting a wide range of healthcare scenarios. With built-in Wi-Fi and optional features like barcode scanners, RFID, GNSS data capture, and cameras, the tablet enhances workflow efficiency for healthcare professionals.

In field medicine settings, the 323MD excels in emergency response and sports event injury care. Its IP65 rating and MIL-STD-810H/461G certification ensure durability and reliability in challenging conditions. Hot-swappable batteries ensure uninterrupted performance, while the fanless design minimizes maintenance requirements. Certified to meet ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1 standards and constructed with antimicrobial materials, the tablets are tailored for cleanliness and safety in medical environments.

Source: businesswire.com