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Optical Inspection Devices

November 12, 2010 5:55 am | Healthmark Industries Company, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

AAMI ST79 recommends the use of visual aids to improve post cleaning inspection of instruments. Healthmark has developed professional-quality optical inspection tools to help health care professionals see what they have been missing in damaged or soiled surgical instruments.

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Fiber Optic Illuminator

September 14, 2009 6:39 am | Luxtel Llc | Product Releases | Comments

OptiLux is a fiber optic illuminator from LuxteL. The LED device is well-suited for several platforms, featuring: Use of a single, large-area LED chip. Custom collection optics that couple light into 3- to 6-mm fiber optic bundles. A heat sink and fan. Linear intensity control.

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Fiber Optic Lighting System

July 13, 2007 7:40 am | Enova Medical Technologies, Llc | Product Releases | Comments

The HELIOS ™ fiber optic surgical lighting and camera system is a 300-watt xenon fiber optic light system that provides bright light with a color temperature of 6000 degrees K and is optimized for true tissue color rendition. It has a variable light intensity control that allows zero to 100 percent illumination.

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Fiberoptic Light Source

June 11, 2007 11:50 am | Gyrus Acmi | Product Releases | Comments

The XLS-300 300-Watt elliptical xenon lamp maximizes visualization with the high-powered illumination. It provides constant color temperature for accurate color reproduction. The evenly distributed beam profile reduces shadows and hot spots, while the high-intensity, 2000 lumen light output delivers brighter, more accurate images.

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Fiberoptic Retractor Light

February 15, 2007 7:19 am | Omni-Tract Surgical | Product Releases | Comments

The Omni-Bright™ light is a single-use, fiber optic cable that clips easily to any retractor, be it hand-held or table-mounted. With a ten-foot cable, the light positions (and repositions) easily during surgery providing supplemental light precisely where needed. Open procedures that benefit from increased visualization include spine, vascular, cosmetic, orthopedic, gynecological and general surgery.

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