For efficient working
With its awarded design, HS ALLEGRA 90 is optimized for surgical procedures in day clinics, surgical centers, and hospitals, where speed and flexibility are decisive factors.
Ideally factory-preadjusted mechanical brakes provide extremely high movability of the microscope and safe stability in the working position. HS ALLEGRA 90 contains a 5 step magnification changer.
The apochromatic optics provides sharp and contrasty images at any magnification. The large stereo base of 25 mm results in an exceptional depth perception and 3-dimensional vision.
Configured to work
An X-Y coupling is helpful for horizontal tracking during ophthalmic surgery and is a focusing aid for ENT procedures. It is optionally available. HS ALLEGRA 90 is equipped with a 200 mm front lens, but objective lenses of 175 mm to 400 mm focal lengths may be chosen. The large focusing range of 50 mm minimized manual readjustments of the microscope.
Intraoperative filter selection
The microscope contains a filter disk for daylight, softlight, UV protection (yellow filter), blue light (excitation of fluorescence), and green light (better recognition of blood vessels). In addition, two spot diaphragms are integrated against glare.
The all-round talent
A special advantage for multidisciplinary use is the large inclination range of -8° to +100°, e.g. in ophthalmology and ENT – even laryngoscopy as well as ear examinations and surgeries are possible.
Possibilities on demand
Depending on the demand, the operating microscope HS ALLEGRA 90 can be configured in a modular way. Various optional accessories are available.
In order to guarantee an upright and relaxed posture during surgery HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL offers various kinds of eyepiece heads that compensate different body heights as well as accessories as the VERTISCOPE to shorten the microscopes body and increase the distance between patient and surgeon.
Compact HD camera
C.MOR HD is a full HD color video camera designed for the HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL microscope. Its ultra-compact camera head houses a 1/3” CMOS sensor that meets very high standards. In its 1 and 3-chip version, images are crisp and sharp. Different user settings allow individual adjustments.
Fundus observation with integrated inverter
Important for vitreoretinal surgery is the non-contact wide angle ophthalmoscope EIBOS 2. Covered with a sterile drape, it is flipped down for the operation. The focus mechanism and the inverter are integrated.
Precise angle alignment of toric IOLs
TOCULAR is a rotatable wide angle ocular with an integrated reticle. This can be rotated manually via a sterilizable knob to precisely adjust the implantation angle for alignment of toric IOLs.
Comprehensive yet intuitive recording
The prime functions of HS MIOS 5 are the recording of operation scenes as well as the capturing and recording of snapshots, together with proper identification of patient and hospital data. Images and video streams can be stored on DVD-R/-RW, HDD, USB flash drive, and external USB hard disk drive or transmitted to the hospital PACS via DICOM.
For most ergonomic control of the microscope HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL recommends its corrosion-proof foot switches. While EF 5000 is connected to the floor stand via cable, EF 5001 controls 14 functions of the microscope wireless via Bluetooth.
Best control of the camera image and additional opportunities for observation are provided through monitors. Those may be mounted directly to the microscope head to serve the surgeon and the assistant (M.DIS) or on the floor stand for further staff (C.MON HD).
Keratometry with ring lights
To examine the curvature of the cornea, the KERATOSCOPE can be attached to the microscope. A fixation light for the patient supports correct usage.
More than just carrying systems
For the carrying system various options arise. These including the choice of illumination (halogen and LED), brakes (electromagnetic or manual) as well as size. Choose your floor stand analog to your comfort and space requirements.
The floor stands FS 2-11 (halogen) and FS 2-15 (LED) are equipped with mechanical brakes that allow for free-floating movements as well as for stable working positions. The light source is mounted externally for easy access. A tray to carry a camera control unit may be attached to the column. All cables are hidden inside a cable duct.
The floor stand is equipped with a brilliant white and clear LED illumination. In its 3rd generation, the LED features a high CRI (Color Rendering Index) that shows colors most naturally. The homogenous light is free of hot spot and without IR and UV radiation extremly save. Its lifetime of 50,000 hours maintance is highly ecomomically.
Big in small spaces
For only little space in the operating room, doctors’ offices, and systems with few accessories, HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL offers the floor stand FS 1-12 with mechanical brakes and two 150 W halogen light bulbs with a quick switchover mechanism.