The surgeon’s vision of work
Practicing a craft profession that requires precision also requires a precise vision. Fast and reliable observations as well as high-quality measures make special demands on vision. Good vision during work includes not only the actual surgical workplace but also other important areas of the work environment, such as instruments, display terminals and interaction with assistants. A functional final result is achieved with an individual total solution that combines vision correction, magnification and lighting.
Ergonomics of the surgeon
Good ergonomics are especially important when working in a static position. Neck, shoulder and back problems typical of surgeons performing long-term operations can be avoided by paying attention to working posture and habits. The surgeon’s working position is largely determined by vision, as the work is performed in the position where the object is best seen. It is therefore important that visual aids enable a good working position and that they are selected and adapted individually for their users.
Quality work is done with high quality equipment and the work can be done well when the equipment is easy and convenient to use. The products we represent are user-oriented and can be assembled into very precisely defined individual units. With 25 years of experience, we help you choose products that best suit your needs and adapt the products individually.