First in LED Surgical Headlight Innovation and Service

  •  



    “I use the Cyclops XLT-125 in every surgery and like it because it is portable and it is bright plus it is very lightweight.”

    Cardiovascular Surgeon
    Takaaki Suzuki, MD

     


    Free Evaluation
    Try Now

     

    doctor1_final
  •  



    “Buying an Enova headlight is kind of like buying an iPhone; they're affordable and have much to offer.”

    Plastic Surgeon and Academic Physician
    David Kahn, MD

     


    Free Evaluation
    Try Now

     

    Doctor2_final
  •  



    “Enova surgical headlights are so powerful and lightweight they become part of you...like your own skin.”

    Trauma and Emergency Surgeon
    John Chovanes, MD

     


    Free Evaluation
    Try Now

     

    doctor3_FinalREV
  •  



    “This headlight is my workhorse. It is the single most used instrument in my practice.”

    Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
    Christian Rouleau, DMD, MD

     


    Free Evaluation
    Try Now

     

    doctor4_final

E_iconREVNewest LED Headlight

Enova's Newest Headlight!

 

HistoryIcon10 Years of Enovation

See the Evolution of LED Surgical Headlights


|
Enova Illumination is first in LED surgical headlight innovation and service. |


Surgeons world-wide use Enova headlights in their operating rooms.

Since 2005, Enova® Illumination stands alone as the first LED surgical headlight designer and manufacturer in the industry. Our headlights can be found in the best clinics, hospitals, universities and military bases around the world. And, because Enova® headlights are designed for surgeons, by surgeons, we remain on the forefront of innovation to provide the brightest, lightest, and most dependable surgical headlights available.

    
Brightest2015-2

New Cyclops XLT-225 - Brightest LED Surgical Headlight in the World

LongestBatteryLife2015

New Digital Battery Packs Fit in Surgical Scrubs Pocket

Comfortable2015

So Lightweight Some Surgeons Forget They’ve Got Them On

   

New Enova Illumination-Novocam Medical Innovations Joint Venture Brings High Definition Video Quality into the Surgical Suite

125_Headlight+FutudentCamera
Recognizing the advantages high definition, quality video provides physicians—and especially surgeons—brought Enova Illumination’s resident Roger Heegaard together with Lars Kåhre, CEO of Novocam Medical Innovations. That same recognition is also the basis for their new joint venture that provides the world’s most powerful battery-operated LED headlight with high-quality point-of-view video recording with an integrated cloud platform for storing and sharing.

Read More.

Enova Illuminuation Recognized for Cyclops XLT-225 LED Surgical Headlight

light - 3
Enova Illumination was awarded the third place Lighting award in Surgical Products’ annual Excellence in Surgical Products Awards for its newest LED Surgical Headlight, the Cyclops XLT-225. Our headlight was featured in the November-December 2015 issue of Surgical Products article entitled, Shining a Light on OR Demands. Congratulations to first place winner Pare Surgical, for its NOVA Surgical Light Source, which is a disposable handheld surgical light with 3-D LED illumination for use in small incision surgery, and second place winner Steris, for its HarmonyAIR M-Series Surgical Lighting System, which uses LED technology in overhead surgical lighting.

Read More.

 

Enova Illumination President Roger Heegaard Describes How LED Surgical Headlights are the New Standard in the OR


210_Paula Lee MDDuke Gynecologic Cancer Surgeon Paula Lee, MD, MPH, Includes Enova Surgical Headlight as Part of Training Program at Mulago Hospital in Uganda 

This month Shedding Light caught up with Paula S. Lee, MD, MPH, a gynecologic cancer specialist with Duke Health and an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Duke University Hospital. Dr. Lee recently purchased Enova’s Cyclops XLT-125 after using a loaned headlight on a trip to Uganda.

Shedding Light: What’s your medical background?
Dr. Paula Lee: I received my MD from Tulane University School of Medicine and my MPH from Tulane University School of Public Health, completed an OB-GYN residency as well as a Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship at Duke University Medical Center, and stayed on at Duke as faculty. My clinical interests are all gynecologic malignancies, advanced laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery, palliative care, and global health.

Shedding Light: How did you become involved with a hospital in Uganda?
Dr. Paula Lee: Duke partners with hospitals around the world to meet global health challenges and to reduce health disparities through the Duke Global Health Institute. It connects Duke medical faculty and students with physicians at partner hospitals to conduct research and to provide training. Partner hospitals are located in China, Haiti, India, Singapore, and Africa. From Duke colleagues involved in global health, I was introduced to Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda. Mulago Hospital is the main teaching hospital and referral hospital for the country. Patients with cancers are referred to this hospital to receive care. The local OBGYN program was interested in developing subspecialties in OBGYN, including gynecologic oncology.  As a gynecologic oncologist interested in global health, I began efforts to help develop a sustainable gynecologic cancer surgical training program for the physicians at Mulago Hospital.  Read More

OTHER NEWS

Check Out Enova’s Video library! Click Here.

Read More News
©2015 Enova Illumination. All Rights Reserved.