Surgery Lighting

There are various types of surgical lights, and each type plays specific roles in illumination before, during, and after a medical procedure. Polymatech LED Surgical lighting configurations may include ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted, or on floor stand. Depending on the model, a surgical light may also be used in all three configurations. All three types play an important role in illuminating a surgical site during a procedure.

Requirements for surgical Lights

The lifespan of Polymatech surgical light is up to 60,000 hours of use with our own avantgarde solid-state semiconductor devices. Our lights have more refined energy usage and require significantly less energy than any other light, our products give higher and long-lasting quality illumination. The plastic encapsulant and the lead frame compose most of the bulb’s structure and the light-generating chip is comparatively small in comparison. Light is generated inside the chip, a solid crystal material when current flows across the junctions of different materials. The spectral emission of the LED light depends on the materials used to form the semiconductor, the most common combinations being Aluminum / Indium / Gallium phosphide and Indium gallium nitride. The composition of the materials determines the wavelength and colour of the light. Our LED chips are extremely small, durable, reliable and have a much higher bulb-life rate than others. Polymatech’s luminous efficient LED lights used during procedures typically do not require a filtering media. Our LED chips availability in a wide range of spectral power distributions (SPDs) permits the development of spectrally tuneable surgical luminaires, where an array of LEDs with distinct SPDs can be mixed to produce a variety of spectra from a single luminaire.

Choosing the lighting for procedures

Surgical lighting is one of the most critical factors in the Operating Rood (OR) environment. The type of surgery performed tends to influence the surgical lighting needed. Without the correct light source, the surgeons’ risk of making mistakes increases and could affect Surgery outcomes.

  • Increased malpractices claims
  • Lighting for Open Surgery
  • Lighting for Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • In-Cavity Surgical Lighting (coupled with In-cavity Imaging)
  • Surgical Microscope
  • Lighting for Laparoscopic