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Everything you need to add light to your surgical retractor system to improve the standard of patient care
Lumitex provides everything you need to develop lighting for your medical product to meet your requirements and improve the standard of patient care.
Stop relying on trial and error development processes and leverage our experts to streamline your approach to lighting
Target light in exactly the right way to help your product perform at its best.
Develop new treatments, reduce product size and optimize your design to enhance patient care and outcomes.
Over 75% of lighted surgical retractors use Lumitex light
4 of the 5 largest orthopedic medical device companies in the U.S. trust Lumitex
20,000+ surgical retractor lights supplied annually
With increased demand for smaller devices and more effective light therapies, medical product companies are faced with more complex lighting challenges everyday. With Lumitex as your partner, you’ll get the optimal lighting solution, get your product to market faster, and deliver light in its most impactful way.
At Lumitex we know that you want to be a leader in medical product development. In order to do that, you need to create a medical product that functions at its optimal level. The problem is lighting design is often complex, which makes you feel overwhelmed. We believe ideas can change the world, you shouldn’t be bound by technical limitations. We understand how frustrating it can be to spend countless hours trying to find the right lighting solution, only to fall short, which is why we have been helping medical product companies overcome challenges with complex lighting design for more than 30 years.
1. Schedule a Meeting
2. Get The Optimal Lighting Solution
3. Improve Patient Care & Change The World
So, Schedule A Meeting to share your project. And in the meantime, check out our Definitive Guide to Surgical Lighting. So you can stop wasting time and instead deliver light in its most impactful way.
The challenge lies in finding the right surgical lighting that fits operating room staff and the patient's needs. In this new guide, we discuss common lighting methods utilized in the operating room, diverse surgical procedures that require different lighting specialties and types of light sources.