The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2019-11-28T01:29:11Z Improve Depth Perception with MonoStereo® 3D Endoscopic Visualisation System 2019-11-28T01:29:11Z improve-depth-perception-with-monostereo-3d-endoscopic-visualisation-system Surgical equipment specialist Endovision now stocks the MonoStereo® 3D endoscopic visualisation system from MedicalTek. Endovision products offer better clinical experience for surgeons. The system allows hospitals and clinics to have 3D visualisation surgery with a minimised equipment transition cost. MonoStereo® is a 3D endoscopic visualisation system suitable for any HD 2D endoscope system. It upgrades a 2D endoscope system without altering its features such as zoom-in, zoom-out and rotation of the lens. 3D visualisation provides a better image for Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) with depth perception. The 3D image with adjustable disparity provides customized 3D effects to serve different eye movement and visual perception of each surgeon in different operating environments. The MonoStereo® 3D is a fusion of advanced 3D technology. Due to the compatibility, MonoStereo® functions well with hundreds of rigid, flexible and other endoscopes. There are no requirements to buy new equipment, or the need to throw out pre-existing endoscopes, cameras, and monitors. They have a seamless connection, without any workflow change during surgery. The system upgrades a 2D endoscope system without altering its features, such as zoom (in and out) and rotation of the lens. Endoscopes with any lens size or angle fits well with the MonoStereo® system. With easy-set and easy-alter adjustable 3D effects, the new MonoStereo system features an advanced 3D technology that overcomes the limitations of conventional 3D systems and offers new aspect on surgical imaging. MonoStereo 3D is a software based system, which enables to switch images from 2D to 3D, as well as switch the 3D effect with five-level disparity respectively either by hands or by feet. The new system allows critical anatomical views in 2D and 3D with free to choice disparity, which is not possible with traditional MIS. Endovision has been bringing niche products into medical and surgical industry in Australia. Their goal is to continue to bring the latest innovations and technology into the Australian market while making sure to offer them at a competitive price. For more information: https://www.endovision.com.au/ Cleaner is Better - Control Infections with Kyra Medical Stirrups from Endovision 2019-08-01T00:38:58Z cleaner-is-better-control-infections-with-kyra-medical-stirrups-from-endovision Australian surgical products provider Endovision has a range of Kyra medical stirrups available. Kyra Medical is one of the fastest growing surgical equipment producers. Their Kyra range stirrups are designed to improve infection control and reduce cross contamination. Endovision stocks the Kyra Clean 500 Stirrup, Kyra Comfort 350 Stirrup, and the Kyra Comfort 500 Stirrup. The KYRA Clean™ 500 boot accommodates up to the 95th percentile leg size patients weighing 500 lb (227 kg). The boots are sized for heavier patients.  It has a lithotomy range of +85° to –55°; and abduction range from +25° to –9°. It gives four times more working space with increased range of motion. It has an easy to clean seamless waterproof bootpad and does not have VELCRO® brand fasteners. It comes with easy to clean durable silicone straps. It provides more pressure reducing padding. The Kyra Comfort™ Lithotomy Stirrups improve upon all other versions of boot-style stirrups in ways that directly benefit the patient and medical staff. The Kyra Comfort Lithotomy Stirrups have more pressure reducing padding so as to accommodate the larger legs. This unique stirrup design has ½” more padding for better pressure relief and comfort than the traditional stirrups. Unlike traditional boot pads, Kyra’s pad will give protection to the medial and to the lateral aspect of the ankle. KYRA Comfort Stirrup’s curved support rods eliminate dangerous pinch hazards that traditional stirrups present but without the use of hard to clean guards. The unique “blade design” also eliminates potential pinch hazards present when mounting traditional stirrups onto table rails. The Kyra Comfort Lithotomy Stirrups now use the Kyra SECURE-LOK™ Closure Straps. The Kyra DURAFLEX™ Stirrup Boot design uses anthropometric data that safely accommodates the larger patient seen in today’s OR. The flexible boot cradles larger legs than traditional stirrups. The unique foot section allows extreme inversion/eversion of the foot and eliminates the potential of contact with hard boot boxes present on traditional stirrups. Endovision also stocks the Kyra the Purple Stirrup Cart that is easy to push or pull, and is designed to isolate each stirrup and prevent damage during transport. It’s ergonomic handles with polished stainless steel tubes eliminates sharp edges.  For more information on xenon lights, surgical led headlight, surgical headlight camera and more, visit https://www.endovision.com.au/ Endovision Stocks Powerful Sunoptics Headlights 2019-06-28T00:28:44Z endovision-stocks-powerful-sunoptics-headlights Endovision offer LED headlights and Xenon Headlight Systems from Sunoptics for medical and dental surgeons. These headlights are simple in design and are easy to clean. Considered to be top of the range, the LED 5500 Battery-Operated headlight is Sunoptic Surgical’s first low-cost LED headlight. It features a wireless design with no remote battery packs or cables. The battery is attached to the headband which allows for easy replacement during surgery. The wireless design also allows unlimited mobility for the surgeon in the operating room. The LED-5500 is simple in design, light in colour to allow for visualisation of any debris or blood splatter and is easy to clean. Sunoptics Surgical SSL-9500 LED Headlight offers portability, quality light and brightness to match. It delivers 70,000 LUX of bright white light needed for surgical procedures. The LED light provides the surgeon with a homogenous spot for true tissue colour recognition. The battery powered LED headlight offers the freedom from being tethered to a light source by a fibreoptic cable. The RCS headband and the lightweight LED module provide stability as well as comfort. The headband is lightweight and comfortable. The 10w LED offers the BRIGHTEST Illumination available. It has a lightweight battery and clip on holster that provides three hours of continuous use. The Sunoptic Surgical LED-9500 provides 50% more light and the quality of the light appearing in the spot is unmatched in any other LED on the market. The LED-9500 features even distribution of its all white light, eliminating the unusable brown and yellow edges seen in other LEDs. With the spot size expanded to 110mm the LED-9500 now has a spot size to compete with any other brand.  In keeping with the new industry expectation the Sunoptic Surgical LED-9500 Headlight is simple in design, light in colour to allow for visualisation of any debris or blood splatter and is easy to clean. Sunoptic Surgical is a leader in the surgical market place, offering a premium advanced technology line of products; surgical headlights, Xenon and LED lightsources, video cameras, documentation/ recording devices, fiberoptic cables and a full array of accessories. Endovision brings the latest innovations and technology within the medical and surgical field to the Australian market. For more information on dental loupes light, surgical instruments Australia, disposable cholangiogram forceps, LED headlights Australia and more, visit https://www.endovision.com.au/ KYRA Comfort Stirrup Available at Endovision 2018-09-20T06:22:11Z kyra-comfort-stirrup-available-at-endovision Surgical equipment specialists Endovision now stocks The KYRA Comfort Stirrup that has introduced a new standard in lithotomy positioning. With more pressure reducing padding, it has more room for larger legs. With over 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical, medical and surgical industries Endovision has always focussed on niche products within the medical and surgical field. Their goal is to continue to bring the latest innovations and technology to the Australian market while making sure to offer them at a competitive price.KYRA Medical’s unique medical stirrup design allows ½” more padding for pressure relief than traditional stirrups. Unlike traditional boot pads, Kyra’s pad protects the medial and lateral aspect of the ankle.  KYRA Comfort Stirrup’s curved support rods eliminate dangerous pinch hazards that traditional stirrups present but without the use of hard to clean guards. The unique “blade design” also eliminates potential pinch hazards present when mounting traditional stirrups onto table rails.The Optional Kyra SECURE-LOK™ Closure Straps eliminate VELCRO® brand fastener straps and are designed to improve infection control.  The Kyra DURAFLEX™ Stirrup Boot design uses anthropometric data that safely accommodates the larger patient seen in today’s OR. The flexible boot cradles larger legs than traditional stirrups. The unique foot section allows extreme inversion/eversion of the foot and eliminates the potential of contact with hard boot boxes present on traditional stirrups.It is easy to mount and easy to release. The integrated Kyra SECURE-RELEASE™ Clamp reduces costs and makes life less hectic for the OR staff. If the clamp is damaged it can be easily replaced or removed between cases allowing uninterrupted use of the stirrup. The KYRA Comfort Stirrups medial-to-lateral foot/ankle closure system moves bothersome straps to the lateral side reducing potential interference with pre-operative prepping. Curved support rods allow more room to access operative space while in high lithotomy position than traditional stirrups.One stirrup now suffices for all procedures. Kyra Comfort Stirrup’s unique design can be set in any lithotomy position from -55˚ to +85˚ (140˚ range of motion) covering wider ranges of motion for both traditional and robotic procedures. Specialised “robotic stirrups” are limited to a -55˚ to +60˚ (115˚) lithotomy range of motion while tradition stirrups have ranges limited to -35˚ to +85˚(110˚).For more information, visit https://www.endovision.com.au/, call  00 613 9550 1819 or email info@endovision.com.au Keep Surgical Headlights Sterile in the OR, Choose the Right One from Endovision 2017-08-14T03:09:00Z keep-surgical-headlights-sterile-in-the-or-choose-the-right-one-from-endovision Specialised surgical company Endovision is stressing the need for clean, sterile surgical headlights used by surgeons to cut the risk of bacterial contamination. The company has been a leading support to the medical industry with their range of products like Sunoptics Surgical, LED Headlights, High Definition Video Headlights, Xenon Lamps, Pos-T-Vac and other niche products. In a recent article, Endovision’s sales manager Adam Swan said the right surgical headlight and an adequate cleaning routine by surgical technicians, surgeons and theatre staff is essential to ensure the safety of every patient. He outlined a few basic steps that are vital to cut the risk of infection in the operating room.  Headlights must be inspected visually before every surgery to check for debris and blood splash. Dry blood and debris left on headlights risks contaminating the sterile field by flaking off during surgery. A simple headlight, preferably light in colour, will be ideal for easy cleaning and quick visual inspection every time. Complex headlight designs render this task more difficult as cleaning is hard. Staff must to check for degrading foam particles from headlights that can fall off during procedures and enter a surgical site. As part of the cleaning regime foam liners should be checked routinely for wear and tear. Changing foam, sweat liners protects surgeons from others perspiration. Clean equipment is not an option, but crucial when choosing a surgical headlight, said Adam. The headlights must be wiped after every case to ensure safety of the next patient and theatre staff. Disinfection and sterilisation awareness amongst all medical personnel involved in surgeries plays a crucial role in making sure patients are safe. Endovision’s range of headlights are simple, light weight and comfortable for long surgeries. Their features deliver precision and focus to surgeons who need best illumination and easy to use and keep clean at the same time. They stock ENOVA Cyclops XLT-125, XLT-225 Coaxial LED, MedLED Sapphire LED, MedLED Chrome Series and SSL-8500 PortablePlus LED headlights. The company also stocks ENOVA batteries used on the LED surgical headlights, with long lasting life of up to 24 hours on a single charge. Endovision is committed to patient safety and quality equipment. They can be contacted on 03 9550 1819 or by email at info@endovision.com.au. For more information on Endovision’s surgical headlights: http://www.endovision.com.au/products/led-headlights/