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The suspension arm has been moved to the side of the microscope, opening up the operating surgeon’s front field of view.
- The light source is placed away from the microscope section. Cold light coaxial illumination via fiber light guide is used. The fiber light-guide illumination system is particularly low in heat transmission, and reduces the projection of the filament image as hot spots, achieving excellence in safety. By separating the light source from the microscope section, we have not only successfully removed the affect of the heat generated by the light source, but also achieved a compact body.
- The motorized zoom magnification changer used in the OM-18 Operating Microscope, with its diverse magnification ranging from 4.6x to 27.4x,
- The newly designed illumination optics provides the φ55mm illumination field with consistent brightness throughout, from low magnification to high magnification.
- The newly designed tilting mechanism allows for smooth angle adjustment. It is effective in adjusting the irradiation angle of the illumination by changing the angle of the microscope towards the operated eye.
Diverse illumination optics
With its diverse illumination optics, suitable lighting for the operating environment can be selected.
Equipped with the Red Reflex Illumination IN/OUT Switching Mechanism
The red reflex is enhanced with the use of the red reflex illumination mechanism that is built into the internal part of the microscope. When this mechanism is used in combination with 6° illumination, an even more comfortable illumination for cataract surgeries is achievable. Furthermore, depending on the eccentricity of the operated eye, adjustment in the range from +2°to -2° can be made, which further improves the illumination environment.
The coaxial illumination The +2 ° Red reflex illumination
Equipped with the 6° Illumination IN/OUT Mechanism
By using 6° coaxial illumination, which is also called the stereoscopic illumination, shades that correspond to the convex/concave of the observation field are formed, providing a three-dimensional impression. By adjusting the brightness with the Fade In/Out function in the OM-18, the red reflex becomes easier to see during a cataract surgery.
Lighting reflection on the cornea of Red reflex illumination and coaxial illumination
Cataract surgery(phaco. Chip) by using the coaxial illumination only
Cataract surgery(phaco. Chip) by using the coaxial illumination, in combination with the +2 red reflex illumination
Other Video Clips
Vitreoretinal surgery 1
Vitreoretinal surgery 2