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Leica M525 OH4 Surgical Microscope

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The Leica M525 OH4 is a surgical microscope designed to improve neurosurgery workflow in the operating room of hospitals and clinics. It features a number of innovative Leica Microsystems technologies such as the M525 optics, OptiChrome, and Leica DI C500 to improve the device's reliability and service life, as well as user comfort.
The Leica M525 OH4 is a mobile, versatile, and durable surgical microscope designed for use in neurosurgery in a hospital or clinical setting. Developed by Leica Microsystems, the M525 OH4 combines the proven Leica technologies with an ergonomic design, unparalleled illumination system, user-friendly features, enhanced maneuverability, improved balance, innovative movement, and intuitive controls to improve surgical workflow. The M525 OH4 features Leica's OptiChrome technology and the Leica M525. The OptiChrome and Leica M525 enable the surgical microscope to increase the working distance, provide greater depth of focus, and emit brighter illumination. The ergonomically designed Leica surgical microscope is combined with an IGS system to allow surgeons to easily position the microscope. Users can view the scanned area via a 24-inch HD flat screen or wirelessly via an Apple device. Data can be easily stored or retrieved by using the Leica MDRS4 or the Med X Change HDMD recording system. Surgeons can also input data from external sources such as MRI, CT, IGS, and endoscopes by using the Leica DI C500. The surgical microscope is provided with BrightCare and AutoIris technologies which improve the safety of the patient. The BrightCare automatically controls the intensity of light based on the working distance while the AutoIris is adapted to automatically control the light diameter based on the magnification. The M525 OH4 is also equipped with two independent 300-watt xenon arc-lamp illumination systems that ensure that there will always be a light source during surgery even if one lamp fails.