Fiberoptic Cable Applied Fiberoptics began producing glass fiber for use in surgical devises in 1970. Our technological advancements provide out customers with a wide range of durable, high-performance cables. Read More
Gemini Headlights Perfectly balanced, the patented Gemini incorporates superior optics in a durable ultra-low-profile headlight that illuminates brilliantly while allowing surgeons to work closely without the annoying "rams effect." The fully adjustable headband, made of white molded nylon, is designed to sit low on the brow, directing the spot along your line of vision. Read More
Orion Headlights Perfectly balanced, the patented Orion incorporates superior optics in a durable mid-profile headlight that illuminates brilliantly. The fully adjustable headband, made of white molded nylon, is designed to sit low on the brow, directing the spot along your line of vision. Read More
Retractors & Instruments Our illuminated retractors were designed specifically with the plastic surgeon and otolaryngologist in mind. These cost-effective instruments allow visibility in difficult-to-view surgical cavities, enhancing tissue exposure and providing additional light. Read More
Sunbeam Xenon Floor Stands Features are Solid base, Stainless steel shelf welded to stainless steel pole, Thumb screws secure lightsource to shelf, Handle with protected hook that holds Gemini Headlight, Power Cord Cleat. Read More
Sunbeam Xenon Light Source Bring the clarity of daylight into the surgical suite with the ultra-bright Sunbeam Xenon Light Source. Designed for a variety of applications - including use with headlights, endoscopic instruments, and video equipment - this light source delivers instant clean white light at 300 watts (6,000o K) for superb tissue definition, even in hard-to-see cavities. Read More
Communications in healthcare have become a web of information that is difficult to navigate and manage. Learn nine tips to cope with this chaos and establish the order your patients and staff so desperately need.
The landscape of mobility strategies and moblie device usage in hospitals is maturing-but there is still a long way to go. Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux.
Hospitals have been collecting patient satisfaction data for decades. Whether the information was used internally to measure performance, or published publicly for brand promotion within the community, these scores have always held value in healthcare. In this eBrief we'll look at five ways technology can help you positively influence your patient satisfaction scores.