IDN and Gm Habis at the 4th Arab Radiology Congress in Beirut Lebanon

April 28 - 30, Jnah, Lebanon – IDN and GM Habis displayed EIZO medical monitors during the 4th Arab Radiology Congress at Movenpick Hotel.


This event was organized by the Lebanese Society of Radiology in collaboration with Societe Francaise de Radiologie. It involved a four-day program which included scientific sessions on basic and clinical sciences, to address education and training aspects of radiology.


More than 23 companies exhibited their medical products during the show. Among these companies were IDN’smedical partners GE, Carestream (Intermedic), Healthy IT (Softflow), Paxeramed, and Myllensis (Societe Georges & Antoine Gannage sal), who were successfully showcasing different EIZO medical monitors under diverse software solutions.


IDN’s booth showcased one diagnostic monitor, one clinical review monitor and one standard monitor. To demonstrate the distinction between the images and the value of gaining accurate results from medical monitors, the three different screens were displayed next to each other. The 4MP clinical review monitor, known as the MX300W, was also shown.


The IDN booth was collectively represented by IDN Marketing Executive Myriam Hokayem, IDN Business Development Executive Fady Assaad, and IDN Technical Sales Representative Roy Daccache. They revealed the extraordinary features of the entire Radiforce EIZO Medical monitors as well as the technical differences between the standard the clinical review and the diagnostic monitors.


A visual test on AAPM TG18 test pattern was also executed to Doctors, showing the clear differences of contrast ratio, brightness and viewing angles between the monitors. This deemed a powerful tool in convincing Doctors that the monitors had solid credibility.


The exhibition was a great success for both IDN and GM Habis. Doctors from UAE, Jordan, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon were interested in learning more about the EIZO medical solutions. Additionally, the Congress was good opportunity for IDN and GM Habis to extend their relationship with their partners and to discuss future potential projects in the region.