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LED lights are on the rise. You can see them in various things today like in flashlights, keychains, and vehicles headlights. But these are not just the uses wireless LED lights. You can now see them being used on various clinical and surgical devices like the medical headlights.
Wireless LED medical headlights are used for precision and accuracy. They do not only serve as a great source of light, they also provide many benefits and uses, some of which are explained below.
Precise Color Temperature
Illumination sources like the halogen lamps or quartz iodine lamp generally cast a standard yellow colored light on the surgical area which can greatly affect the accuracy and speed of diagnosis and tissue identification. In order for this issue to be resolved, surgeons need to use complex filtering systems in order to improve the color of the light. LED lights, on the other hand, are uniformly engineered and specifically made to provide pure white and natural light on the area you are working on.
Most of the time, the energy of the battery is being wasted because of the heat that the typical light bulb produces. Unlike the typical ones, LED light bulbs are cooler. They do not produce heat output and they also do not eat as much energy as the ordinary bulbs usually do. More to that, LED medical headlights are made with batteries that have higher power storage capacities. You do not have to worry about using hefty batteries because even smaller batteries can store enough amount of power. And lastly, these types of batteries can be able to withstand more extreme conditions, thus, eliminating the hazard of explosion or flame.
LED medical headlights come with lithium-polymer or Li-Polymer powered batteries which are widely known for being lightweight. This only means that the batteries do not add much bulk to the headlight. The LED light bulbs used in this medical device are also more compact and lighter as compared to the conventional bulbs.
LED bulbs have a total lifecycle that is longer than the other light bulbs. The medical headlights can last as long as 35,000 to 50,000 hours. You do not have to replace them every now and then, unless if you broke them accidentally. They cost less to replace and they are also cheaper to operate since they only consume less energy.
Freedom of Movement
Most of the time, using large overhead light sources is not enough. The major downside of overhead light is that it restricts your movement. This is why many surgeons choose to use headlights most especially when performing microsurgery procedures.
Because headlight is being worn on the head, it can easily move with you and it is also easier for you to focus the light on your desired area. You do not need to keep adjusting the light from time to time with your hand, allowing you to focus more on what you are doing and not on the environment. Apart from that, headlights do not cast shadows when you need to bend forward.