LED operation theatre lights are defined by the design, quality, consistency and their sustainable performance to support health practitioners during most crucial time of their work. Today the health practitioner has multiple options to cater to their needs. So, if there are options of LED operation theater lights which offer invariably the same characteristics in terms of quality and reliability, what do you think is the key differentiator for a health practitioner’s convenience?
Well along with product design and quality, it is AFTER SALES SERVICE.
LED OT lights are one of the most important aids to support a health practitioner during various procedures during surgeries, be it in examination room, trauma bay, dentist office or veterinary surgery rooms. When providing care an excellent source of lighting supports and is of paramount importance to the health practitioners.
Quality surgical lighting solutions armed with advanced technologies will ensure optimal performance of the lights whilst also avoiding the common problems that happen with surgical lights. Quality OT Lights need an innovative design, functional shape with advance technology that give optimal performance with optimal color rendition, color temperature and luminance.
A quality Operation Theatre can give high efficiency. The color temperature of surgical lights needs to be within 4,000 – 6,700 K range for optimal performance to reduce the load of 50 percent or more, with potential for additional energy savings through constant-color dimming and reduced cooling load in the operating room along with optimization of the amount of heat generated. In all there is saving of energy in a quality LED light.
In an Operation Theater, the last thing on a surgeon’s mind is light. But what could be much more important than how well a surgeon can see to do his/her job without any interruption and stress on their eyes.
The best surgical light provides two things - the correct amount of illumination for the procedure and the right patches size.
Brighter does not mean better. Too much [intensity] can fatigue the surgeon’s eyes and cause glare.
With advent of technology and innovation, surgical lighting today is light years ahead of what it was 20 or even 10 years ago. No longer is a light just a light; now they’re interconnected systems which can provide imaging and control for today and future with features that can adjust multiple devices in the room, and video routing systems built for video imaging.
In the operating room, the biggest aid a surgeon can have is to use