Le microscope opératoire de haute qualité Leica M720 OH5

Le microscope opératoire de haute qualité Leica M720 OH5

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Leica M720 compact optics carrier

The substantial gain in free working distance, thanks to the compact optics carrier Leica M720, gives the surgeon unobstructed access to the surgical area and greater instrument maneuverability.…

Highest overhead clearance and longest reach

The Leica M720 OH5's long arm gives it the highest overhead clearance and longest reach of any surgical microscopes on the market today. This, combined with a compact footprint, enables surgeons to…

Med X Change HDMD® 1080p/720p systems

The optional Med X Change HDMD® 1080p (Full HD) and 720p are user-friendly digital recording systems for the surgical environment. The HDMD® systems* detect ICG to prevent extraneous video recording…

TrueVision® 3D Surgical system

The optional TrueVision® 3D Surgical* system is a market-leading technology combining 3D visualization and guidance software applications focused on improving accuracy, efficiency, and outcomes for…

Intraoperative AutoBalance

A microscope may need rebalancing during surgery due to changing needs for the surgeon's and assistant's positioning. With one push of the AC/BC button, located above the optical head, the surgeon can…

Two beam focusing reference

SpeedSpot™, the fast and accurate microscope focusing feature, allows one reference point for all three viewing ports (surgeon, assistant and video camera) to be immediately in focus when positioning.…

AutoIris™ — Light diameter control

AutoIris™ adjusts the diaphragm so that only the visible area is illuminated. When zoomed in, the light circle adapts automatically: the higher the magnification, the smaller the light circle. This…

BrightCare Plus — Light intensity control

BrightCare Plus optimizes the light intensity relative to the working distance. As working distance decreases, the light intensity is reduced automatically, reducing the risk of patient burns. As…

Small Angle Illumination (SAI)

SAI provides a concentrated light beam, aligned to the optical axis, thus distributing light more evenly and reducing shadows in the surgical field. The result: deeper light penetration …
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