FDA clears Burton's AIM-200 OR surgical light
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA has granted 510(k) clearance for Burton Medical's AIM-200 OR light for use in operating rooms. The light was previously used during minor surgery, but the clearance means its can now be used in ambulatory surgical centres and hospital emergency departments, as well as during "demanding" dermatology and reconstructive surgical procedures. Chatsworth, California-based Burton claims the product provides a natural light, enhancing physicians' vision during surgery.
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