Surgical OT lights provide lighting in surgical suites and are designed to illuminate the surgical site for optimal visualization of small, low-contrast objects at varying depths in incisions and body cavities
A setup consists of a single- or multiple-lighthead assembly attached to a suspension arm. The surgical lighting fixture can be either mounted at a fixed point on a ceiling or wall or positioned along a ceiling-mounted track. Types of lamps include tungsten, quartz, and/or xenon halogens and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Sterilizable handles allow the surgeon to easily adjust the light’s position. Many models can accommodate a mounted camera, and some newer models contain an integrated camera. Integration into the operating room (OR) infrastructure and control system may be possible.
Beds for Wards and ICU’s and as well as other furniture.