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LED Surgical Lighting Solution

Fri, 11/20/2009 - 5:13am

MediLED employs advanced LED technology for a superior optics in a full-featured OR lighting solution

November 20, 2009

Mediland introduces its new surgical lighting system, MediLED, which employs a revolutionary new LED technology. LEDs have evolved to become a superior alternative to traditional surgical lighting, delivering exacting brilliance to the surgical field while providing hospitals with cost-saving advantages.

Mediland introduces its new surgical lighting system, MediLED, which employs a revolutionary new LED technology.  LEDs have evolved to become a superior alternative to traditional surgical lighting, delivering exacting brilliance to the surgical field while providing hospitals with cost-saving advantages. According to the company, the lighting solution features:

  • Superior optics with a high rating for its light field display (e.g. R9, CRI indices and shadow control), rendering very accurate colors for the surgeon and allowing him/her to distinguish the subtle variations in adjoining tissues. 
  • A light panel designed into a 7-petal formation which provides the best dispersion and trajectory of light onto the surgical field.
  • A cost-effective compared to traditional halogen lighting, offering more energy efficiency and longer life, allowing hospitals to reduce rising energy bills and lower the frequency of bulb replacements.
  • The ability to remain cooler, helping to extend bulb life.
  • Spot-light position and light field adjustment placed within the surgeon’s reach.
  • A touch control panel for lighting adjustments and mounting attachments for image display monitors.
  • A ring of 7 LED bulbs around the center of a light panel that can be used for Micro-Invasive Surgery.
  • The ability to be delivered in several variations of lights and monitor attachments.

For more information, visit www.mediland.com.tw

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