Alcon-Lasik Eye Surgery System

Pressure formed ABS urethane sandwich construction for console. Repackaging of existing unit for visual ergonomic enhancements.

Doctors view and industry show. Patient leg support  is moveable for diferent patient sizes and collapses for storage.

Doctor's control module for patient positioning. Buttons are for automatic movements while joystick is for fine adjust.

Control module is moveable for either right or left handed operation. A button release allows the module to clear column for easy movement.

Laser head includes a bottle and supplies holder which solves the present problem where these items are placed on top of the head where they are easily knocked over. The holder is also placed  closer to the operation area

Electronics and monitor console. The purpose of the  translucent hood is to minimize the visual clutter created by the monitor. The keyboard table is left/right handed and accommodates the need for a mouse and a small table surface during calibration

Calibration and vacuum assembly. Replaces a box which must be manually mounted and removed for calibration for each patient which requires several minutes, thus extending the overall time required for the  procedure. This solution combines the laser debris vacuum requirement  with the calibration in one simple device requiring a simple assembly lowering.

 A. CAD rendering showing the calibration table in position

 B. CAD rendering showing the calibration table in stored position and the assembly is ready for vacuum during the operation.

Alcon-Lasik Eye Surgery System

Pressure formed ABS urethane sandwich construction for console. Repackaging of existing unit for visual ergonomic enhancements.

Doctors view and industry show. Patient leg support  is moveable for different patient sizes and collapses for storage.

Medical products since 1975

 

With the first generation whole body scanner with the Searle Corporation. Our team then assisted Searle in the development of nuclear gamma cameras, blood analyzers and ultrasound imagers .

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Coulter Corporation worked with our team since 1976 on the development of hematology flow cytometry and blood chemistry instruments.
Our team has developed hospital beds, surgical tables, delivery systems for catheters and heart pumps, cardiac crash carts, glucometers and many other products.