Leica Microsystems has upgraded its Leica M320 F12 ENT surgical microscope with a new multifocal objective lens and a 1080p HD video camera.
The new lens allows surgeons performing ear, nose, and throat procedures to change the working distance between 200 mm and 300 mm from the surgical site without having to move the microscope. The camera allows video and photo capture, which are saved to an SD card within the device. These can then be shared with other clinicians and shown to patients, as well as saved into electronic medical records.
Features from the product page:
With a lifetime of about 60 000 hours, LED lighting reduces the cost of microscope ownership and eliminates retrofit expenses
Binocular tubes, objective lenses, handles, and the vibration-free microscope arm can be situatively customized to suit the surgeon’s working preferences and specializations.
The Leica M320 is virtually jointless. All cables are routed internally. The handles can be washed and sterilized. The surface is protected with a permanent antimicrobial coating, AgProtectTM.
Patients and healthcare professionals are now optimally involved in the consultation and treatment. A further highlight, all data can be saved on a SD Memory Card.
Product page: Leica M320 F12 for ENT…