Archive November 2009 X, No. 11

On Trial: Ophthalmic Microscopes

We put the latest scopes to the test.

Margaret Chappell, RN

BIO

Trident Eye Surgery Center in Charleston, S.C., was recently in the market for 2 ophthalmic microscopes. Over the course of a year, I worked with surgeons there to trial 4 scopes based on the user-friendly controls, ergonomic eyepieces, superior optics, bright light sources and video-capture capabilities of each.

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