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Device: Microscope, Operating
Manufacturer: WILD
Model: M690
Location: Malaysia, Sabah
The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Wild Heerbrugg / M690 WILD / M690

Microscope, Operating may also be referred to as :

Surgical Microscope | Operation Microscope | Operating Microscope | O/R Microscope

Tips for buying Microscope, Operating

Operation Microscopes are expensive devices, but they are designed to last many years. They are more expensive than portable examining microscopes, which are less versatile and stable.

  1. General examinations, office surgery, surgical assistant use - all of these can be handled using examining microscopes.
  2. The main factor when deciding which microscope to purchase is the quality of the optics.
  3. The recommended microscopes are those allowing surgeons to concentrate on the surgery with a minimal amount of distraction; this mainly applies to operating microscopes.
  4. Facilities need to determine whether a microscope can accommodate accessories. If it can, they should consider the types of accessories needed.
  5. Microscopes, which are to be used in the operating room, need to have an emergency backup illumination of the same level as the primary one. This is also important for examining microscopes.
  6. Based on the procedure, there may be a need to use illumination filters - a desirable capability.
  7. Surgical microscopes should be ergonomically designed as well.
  8. Floor stands should use at least two lockable casters to ensure stability. Mounted systems should provide balanced support for the operation microscope and all other accessories.
  9. According to the manufacturer's instructions, operation microscopes should be kept clean, dust free, and sterile. When not in use, surgical microscopes should remain covered with a special sterile drape to avoid contaminating the surgical field.
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