The Quest Spectrum® can be used during open and laparoscopic surgical procedures. The surgeon can even switch between the two modes during surgery. This can be done simply by switching between two available attachments: The Quest Spectrum Ring Light and the Quest Spectrum Laparoscope.


The Quest Spectrum Ring Light

The Quest Spectrum Ring Light is attached to the Quest Spectrum Camera during open surgeries. The Quest Spectrum Ring Light is a sophisticated lens surrounded by an eight-piece Ring Light. The eight-piece Ring Light has an integrated light cable which connects to the Quest Spectrum Light Engine. This design is used to optimally illuminate the targeted area of the patient. Light reflected and emitted by the target area is projected to the Quest Spectrum Camera with minimal chromatic aberrations.

 

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The Quest Spectrum Laparoscope

Quest Medical Imaging has developed two Laparoscopes that can be used in minimally invasive surgeries. These Quest Spectrum Laparoscopes have a field of view of 60° and are available in configurations with a tip angle of 0° or 30°.

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