With an ageing population worldwide combined with better access to affordable healthcare options, more people are seeking higher quality health standards for themselves and their loved ones today. Eyesight is an example of one of those areas.
Thankfully, a great variety of new instrumentation and treatment techniques have rapidly emerged in providing the greater population with better eyesight. One factor contributing to this outcome is better and earlier detection of glaucoma, advanced macular degeneration, and other vitreoretinal maladies that affect eye health. LABOMED products have contributed to progress in the form of eye surgery microscopes and slit lamp diagnostic microscopes:
- Prima OPH surgery microscope for cataract and vitreoretinal surgery.
- eVO 300 slit lamp for optometry use.
- eVO 400 slit lamp for an ophthalmologist (tower-style illumination).
All microscopes are available with LED illumination that will not transmit any UV or IR radiation to the patient while lasting over 60,000 hours. This means no bulb change is needed for virtually the whole lifetime of the product.
Apochromatic optics ensure users a crystal-clear view of the most critical regions. To ergonomics, our anatomy can endure a stationary position for more extended periods of research only requiring a neutral neck posture. This means that the device needs to be ergonomically designed with the user in mind. Here the microscope was created from a chiropractic perspective with a focus around insuring comfortable human posture and alignment over time efficiently. Labomed products are designed to meet these requirements and follow specific guidelines that help physicians maintain better spinal health over time. This helps ensure physicians and surgeons can work more comfortably into later years than ever before.
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