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visual display unit (VDU) 

The visual image appearing on the screen of a cathode ray tube. See computer vision syndrome.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann
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I HAVE an idea for a new VDU (visual display unit) that I feel will revolutionise the way people do business.
The patient's location can then be tracked to within yards and their details fed to visual display units in theatres, anaesthetic rooms and waiting areas.
Where will I find information in relation to employees' use of visual display units to ensure that the conditions they are operating in are compliant with any legislation?
ICS Systems have been proactive in the use of such data presentation and also offer visual display units which show, in colour, all of the control parameters as they ore developing in the process and display a graphic at the end of each run which can be printed off as well as seen on the screen.
"It is one thing that is very visible to us all as more and more people are needing sight correction, with the increasing use of VDUs (visual display units)."