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OPMI PENTERO 900 Surgical Microscope from Carl Zeiss Receives Prestigious red dot Award
OPMI PENTERO 900 Surgical Microscope from Carl Zeiss Receives Prestigious red dot Award Downloads and Links Carl Zeiss Meditec to showcase award-winning microscope at the 2012 American Association of Neurological Surgeons
Combining streamlined functionality and ergonomics with aesthetic appeal
Introduced in 2011, the OPMI PENTERO 900 microscope is used by surgeons in operating theaters around the world to visualize tissue structures and blood vessels in microsurgical applications. During surgery, the flexible touchscreen monitor of OPMI PENTERO 900 can be precisely positioned to optimize viewing of high definition images and videos of the surgical field, supporting surgeons in live clinical demonstra- tions, resident teaching or patient documentation. The smooth, seamless appearance of the monitor's multi-joint swivel arm contributes to the overall, compact elegance of the OPMI PENTERO 900 microscope.
"We are honored to have won this prestigious award," says Dr. Ludwin Monz, President and CEO of Carl Zeiss Meditec AG. "As product design aspects like ergonomics and ease of use can support surgeons highly in their everyday work, our objective is to optimize function as well as form."
Intraoperative fluorescence options expand spectrum of possible applications
In addition to its sleek, contemporary design, the OPMI PENTERO 900 remains at the forefront of medical technology. For example, various intraoperative fluorescence options that are integrated into the OPMI PENTERO 900 expand the spectrum of possible applications for the microscope in both surgery and research. Its latest intraoperative fluorescence module, the YELLOW 560(TM) option highlights fluorescent-stained tissue at a wavelength of 540 to 690 nm while rendering surrounding tissue in its natural color.
"When I look at the microscope and I look at the [fluorescence], I think that what we've seen is that not only can we magnify our fields and do better surgery that's more precise and more accurate, but we can also bring in information through our visual system that wasn't there before and I think that will continue to become the future for both Carl Zeiss and neurosurgery," said Michael T. Lawton, MD, Chief of Vascular Neurosurgery at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. "As we find ways to image tumor cells, brain ischemia, whatever it is, we can then integrate that into our visual field and interpret that information into our operations and I think that will allow us to evolve our technique and our surgery through the years."
Live presentations at the AANS 2012
Attendees of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) congress in Miami, Florida April 14 to 18, 2012 may obtain a demonstration of the OPMI PENTERO 900's ergonomics and other advanced features at Carl Zeiss Meditec's booth # 713. Along with the OPMI PENTERO 900, the OPMI® VARIO 700 microscope will be featured at Carl Zeiss Meditec's AANS booth.
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