Bausch + Lomb, a global eye health company, and Heidelberg Engineering have announced the launch of the SeeLuma Fully Digital Surgical Visualization Platform. This platform offers ophthalmic surgeons enhanced visualization for complex surgical procedures compared to current optical, hybrid, and retrofitted microscopes. SeeLuma features a heads-up 3D monitor, multiple digital display options, and an intuitive interface to improve visualization, ergonomics, workflow, and education.
The SeeLuma platform offers high-quality images with improved depth of field, color reproduction, contrast, and resolution. The system supports 3D heads-up surgery using next-generation 3D 4K monitors and digital binoculars, and allows users to highlight and enhance anatomical landmarks. The platform’s multiple digital display options enable ergonomic positioning for surgeons, with a C-shaped suspension arm and separate arm for digital binoculars to promote proper head and neck posture.
With an intuitive interface, SeeLuma streamlines workflow by allowing nurses or surgeons to control system functionality through an on-screen menu via a footswitch. System parameters adapt automatically to surgical steps, and the user interface allows quick access to functionality. SeeLuma also provides an interactive platform for immersive educational experiences, enabling real-time collaboration, multiple wireless display connections, and annotations during live surgery events.