ErgoPractice News – September 2013 How do we know which magnification power we need? For most hands-on work, our eyes are the main sensory system for detecting critical information which is needed to perform procedures. Although the human eye is a marvelous optical instrument, its visual acuity is inadequate for many complex clinical procedures. Normal […]
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ErgoPractice News – August 2013 Why Custom Loupes Matter We all consider our friends’ advice when buying something new. This method works great for hiring a painter or buying a new vacuum cleaner, but what about our own personal loupes? My friend says… “I have been using 2.5x Through-the-Lens (TTL) Loupes. I can do my […]
ErgoPractice News – July 2013 New Product Release! The mission of SurgiTel / General Scientific Corporation is to improve clinicians’ Vision, Posture, and Comfort. SurgiTel’s first products were customizable Front-Lens-Mounted (FLM) loupes because, at first, only they could meet our ergonomic standards. Only once SurgiTel itself created the patented technology to build truly ergonomic loupes […]
ErgoPractice News – June 2013 From the President Welcome to SurgiTel’s new newsletter! We count on you to make this a 2-way dialogue: we’ll share the best of what’s new at SurgiTel and our behind-the-scenes thinking, with stories our customers share about their practices and using our products. We’ll also talk with industry experts and learn […]
Micro Prism Loupes from SurgiTel® Joe Blaes, DDS I have been wearing SurgiTel loupes for magnification for a number of years. This company is dedicated to improving the ergonomics of medical and dental professionals. More than anything else, their customers define who they are as a company. They achieve this by creating innovative products that […]