The Leica M320 F12 bundles apochromatic optical quality with cutting-edge LED illumination and high-definition imaging technology. Ease of use and flexible, smooth maneuverability are additional characteristics of this microscope.
With the Leica M320 F12, Leica Microsystems has created a new industry standard with a variety of unique benefits for ENT surgeons.
Compact and stable, the Leica M400 E surgical microscope series combines the convenience of a quick operating room set-up with a high-quality optical system.
The superior, sharp contrast image and large depth of field are hallmarks of the Leica M400 E.
The swing arm's long reach allows the stand to be positioned farther from the operative site to provide ample space around the operation table and the patient.
The new ergonomically designed handle gives the surgeon fast, precise and effortless positioning with one hand.
The Leica M525 F20 surgical microscope combines brilliant optical quality with superior maneuverability. The crisp, sharp images and large depth of field allow the surgeon to see precise details.
The working-distance-based illumination provides enough light for the deepest operative sites while providing more safety for the patient.
Designed as an otolaryngology microscope, the Leica M525 F20 is also ideal for spine, hand, and plastic/reconstructive procedures.
The M525 F40 surgical microscope combines Leica Microsystems’ premium M525 optics, with OptiChrome technology, and the new, economical Leica F40 SlimStand.
Exceptionally bright illumination and outstanding depth of field with extra working distance offer the surgeon
the best view.
Designed as a multidisciplinary microscope, the Leica M525 F40 is appropriate for otolaryngology, plastic/reconstructive, and spine procedures.
The Leica M525 F50 is a multi-purpose surgical microscope combining cost-efficiency and convenience. Features, such as the fluorescence module Leica FL800, BrightCare™, HD documentation and others, make it the ideal microscope for procedures in Neurosurgery, Spine, Otolaryngology, and Plastic Reconstructive.
The system provides quality and reliability in every respect: the optics, design, engineering, materials, components, operation, ergonomics and use.
The Leica FL400 in combination with the active substance 5-ALA helps to see the tumor more clearly for a more complete resection of malignant glioma, while sparing healthy brain tissue.
Before surgery, the patient drinks the 5-ALA solution. The aminolevulinic acid is absorbed by the cells in the body, whereas the glioma cells take up more and convert 5-ALA into the fluorescent PPIX. When illuminated under blue light the PPIX in the tumor glows an intense red, while the normal tissue appears blue.
A ruptured cerebral aneurysm is the third most common cause of death in industrial countries.
With the Leica FL800, for intra-operative fluorescence-aided videoangiography, surgeons can now determine the patency of vessels and improve the patient's quality of life.
During surgery, the patient is injected intravenously with ICG (indocyanine green) dye, which is well tolerated and spreads quickly. A near infrared camera then shows the bloodstream in black-and-white directly through the surgical microscope eyepieces and/or on a video monitor.
The Leica M525 OH4 surgical Microscope provides superior reach, height, and clearance. The Leica OH4 floorstand moves easily and when the brakes are released, the microscope stabilizes in only 1.5 seconds and remains vibration free.
By integrating new glass, glass coatings, and design parameters, Leica Microsystems’ high-resolution APO OptiChrome technology delivers an expanded working distance, greater depth of focus, and brighter, yet safer illumination.
The Leica M720 OH5 is the premium operating microscope for neurosurgery, otolaryngology and reconstructive microsurgery.
With this operating microscope, surgeons will benefit from greater visibility in deep cavities or lesions and improved ergonomics and comfort. The Leica M720 OH5 surgical microscope also offers full HD 3D and 2D visualization and recording, so that the entire surgical team as well as students will be able to observe and learn more easily.