Welch Allyn 44604 GS600 Led Minor Procedure Light with Mobile Version
The GS600 LED minor procedure light from Welch Allyn is a state-of-the-art lighting solution designed for demanding viewing conditions during minor procedures and examinations. With its three LED configuration and wide head, it provides brilliant color, enhanced performance, and accuracy.
- Touchless on/off controls reduce contact and maintain hygiene
- Disposable sheath available to reduce the risk of infection due to cross contamination
- Easy to clean and assemble
- Floor space is maximized due to multiple mounting options available
- Three white LEDs allow for greater controlled intensity
Touchless On/Off Controls
The GS600 LED minor procedure light is equipped with touchless on/off controls, allowing healthcare professionals to operate the light without physical contact. This feature not only reduces the risk of cross-contamination but also ensures optimal hygiene during procedures.
To further enhance infection control, Welch Allyn offers a disposable sheath for the GS600 LED minor procedure light. This sheath can be easily applied and removed, reducing the risk of infection due to cross-contamination. It provides an additional layer of protection for both patients and healthcare professionals.
Easy to Clean and Assemble
The GS600 LED minor procedure light is designed for easy cleaning and assembly. Its smooth surfaces and removable components make it simple to wipe down and sanitize. This ensures a clean and hygienic environment for every procedure.
Maximized Floor Space
With multiple mounting options available, the GS600 LED minor procedure light maximizes floor space in healthcare facilities. It can be easily mounted on walls, ceilings, or mobile stands, allowing for flexible placement and efficient use of space.
Greater Controlled Intensity
The GS600 LED minor procedure light features three white LEDs that provide greater controlled intensity. This allows healthcare professionals to adjust the brightness according to their specific needs, ensuring optimal visibility during procedures and examinations.