Maquet Volista Surgical Light
Maquet Volista Surgical Light
See better, go further
A successful surgical outcome is highly dependent upon the surgeon’s ability to visualize and assess the wound.
Much more than just an OR light
Surgery can be a high-stress job with long hours. Poor lighting can slow surgical progress and cause eye strain that can lead to fatigue-related errors. Improve outcomes for patients and staff with high-quality surgical lighting.
Perform surgery with safety in mind
Improving surgical safety is a goal for healthcare facilities worldwide. Maquet Volista operating lights have been developed with this goal in mind.
Fully adjustable to meet each surgeon’s needs
With Maquet Volista surgical light, it’s simple to adjust the light to the surgeon’s specifications. From positioning to intensity, all elements of the lighting experience can be easily modified.
Optimal visibility for minimally invasive surgery
Maquet Volista surgical light offers green ambient lighting at the center of the light head to minimize glare on monitors during MIS. The ambient light provides enough illumination to help surgical staff move safely in the darkened operating rooms.
Get a clearer view of the surgical site
A successful surgical outcome is deeply rooted in the surgeon’s ability to visualize and assess the wound. Good lighting is a critical part of clear assessment and safe treatment. With the Maquet Volista surgical light, we’re helping surgeons do what they do best
Discover how Maquet Volista surgical lights have improved Aarhus University Hospital (Denmark)'s surgical procedures.
Keep your surgical light on while performing Near Infrared guided-surgery
NIR fluorescence imaging is designed to address a variety of unmet clinical needs related to finding structures that need to be resected, such as sentinel lymph nodes, malignant cells, and luminal calcifications, and avoiding other structures that could cause acute or chronic morbidity, such as nerves, blood vessels, ducts, lymphatics, and normal glands.
Thanks to Volista VisioNIR*, the surgical staff will not be required to turn the surgical light on/off to be able to perform open surgeries using NIR fluorescence imaging systems.
*Available on StandOP
Choose the best-suited color temperature*
Each surgeons visualization needs are different and each step of a procedure can require different color temperatures for improved tissue recognition, Maquet
Volista Surgical lights offer a possibility to adjust from 3900K to 4500K to 5100K.
Our white LEDs and patented three-level cold filter system in our Maquet Volista StandOP operating light adapts the color temperature without colored cast shadows, offering a stable color temperature whatever the chosen settings and whatever the aging of the product. The cold filters reduce the blue peaks that LEDs emit.
Focus on your patient
The Luminance Management Device (LMD) available on Maquet Volista StandOP surgical light maintains optimum visual acuity and avoids difficulties in adapting to excessive variations in luminosity.
Whether at the beginning or end of a procedure or from light to dark tissues, the luminance will be automatically adjusted according to your registered setting. With LMD, there is no need to adjust the operating light anymore. The technology compensates to maximize useful light and also provides safety by adjusting automatically the illumination and maintaining safety levels of irradiance even when two lightheads are overlapping.
Delivering consistent and effective illumination
Automatic Illumination Management (AIM) available on Maquet Volista StandOP surgical light automatically compensates for obstructions to deliver additional light from unmasked LEDs. This unique and patented system minimizes shadows and offers consistent and effective illumination, without readjustment.
Clear, consistent illumination in changing conditions
With the patented Luminance Management Device (LMD) available on Maquet Volista StandOP operating light, luminance remains constant throughout the surgical procedure. LMD helps surgeons clearly visualize the surgical site without eye strain.