Light the Site™

Light the Site™

Is It Possible to Increase Your Surgical Visibility Without Adding Room Lights, Loupes Or Cords?

lu • mohs
/loo-mōs/

  1. fantasy, n. A spell used by wizards to illuminate their magic wands.
  2. tech, n. A voice command to turn a smartphone into a flashlight.
  3. surgical, n. A precision-based illuminating device used to improve surgical accuracy.

PRECISION BASED ILLUMINATION

Just millimeters from the surgical site-precisely where overhead lighting can’t reach.

  • Shadowless, unobstructed illumination in perineum, genitalia, ears, scalp & more.
  • Enhanced visualization when cutting near nerves & vessels in anatomic danger zones.
  • Safer For You, Your Staff & Your Patients. 
  • Lumohs MD -Comes in 3 versions: no. 3, no.4 & no. 8 scalpel handle sizes
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Every Office Should Have Lumohs Onsite For Difficult to See Cases

Safer For You, Your Staff & Your Patients

Reduce risks of adverse events – when cutting in difficult to see areas.

  • Reduce surgeon neck & back strain when struggling to illuminate surgical site.
  • Reduce risks of adverse events & collateral damage with improved illumination. 
  • Wide Round Grip- reduces hand strain & fatigue while easing synchronous handle rotation while cutting.

“Lumohs is better for procedures in perineum, genitalia, retro-auricular scalp, ears and more”

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Every Office Should Have Lumohs Onsite For Difficult to See Cases

Elevated Instruments with Portability

FOR EVERY DOCTOR THAT USES A SCALPEL- 3 SIZES: no. 3, no. 4 and no. 8 handles

  • Ideal for illuminating the bedside at hospitals, nursing homes & clinics.
  • Portability for dermaplaning, biopsies, debridements, excisions, I&D, facials & as a Mohs Scalpel®
  • Better for any procedures in difficult to see perineum, genitalia, auricular, nasal & oral areas.
  • no. 3 handle fits all #10, #11, #15 blade brands.
  • For Podiatrists, Pathologists, Taxidermist & surgeons
  • no. 4 handle fits all #23, #18-27, #36 blade brands, no. 8 handle fits #60 & #70 blade brands.

“Enhances overhead lighting & works in tandem with loupes”


Precision & Accuracy Now comes in 3 sizes: no.3, no.4 & no. 8 handles

Reduce risks of inadvertent surgical mistakes in any size handle.

  • Better Illumination -Optimizes precision, outcomes & safety for you, staff and your patients. 
  • Wide Round Grip- Enables better beveled surgical margins from synchronous twisting and cutting.
  • Reduce adverse events & malpractice risks with better visualization of nearby nerves & vessels. 

“Every Artist has more than one paint brush, every mechanic more than one tool, but if a surgeon had only one instrument, Lumohs would be it”

COMMON RESULT TRADITIONAL #3 MOHS EXCISION- Note torn incomplete irregular epidermal margins

COMMON RESULT TRADITIONAL #3 MOHS EXCISION- Note torn incomplete irregular epidermal margins

IMPROVED RESULT LUMOHS HANDLE MOHS EXCISION- Note complete epidermal smooth rounded margins

IMPROVED RESULT LUMOHS HANDLE MOHS EXCISION- Note complete epidermal smooth rounded margins

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Every Office Should Have Lumohs Onsite For Difficult to See Cases

Affordable, Reusable & Portable

Elevate your surgical instruments.

  • Powered by a replaceable battery cartridge costing pennies per surgery.
  • Portable no. 3 handle & universally compatible with #6-16 blades (incl. all versions of #10s, #10r, #10d, #10, #11, #12, #15). 
  • Portable no. 4 handle (fits #23, # 18-27, #36 blades)  & no. 8 handle (fits #60 & #70 blades) 
  • For cost conscious practices, a portable autoclavable alternative to costly surgical lighting.

“Safer For You, Your Staff & Your Patients. “

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Every Office Should Have Lumohs Onsite For Difficult to See Cases

ILLUMINATED SUTURE REMOVAL: A "HACK" TO LOCATE & REMOVE INGROWN SUTURES

Elevate Your Suture Removal Technique- less traumatic.

 Illumination of surgical site with wound overgrowth and ingrown sutures- Lumohs helps you locate buried sutures and reduce pain & trauma to your patient’s skin when using Lumohs as a suture removal tool. Avoid staff leaving sutures behind & “digging” around to find sutures. 

  • Attach a #11 or #12 blade to Lumohs and suture removal will be much easier and less traumatic for your patients.
  • No need to struggle when looking for ingrown sutures from wound overgrowth.
  • No need to struggle to remove sutures following facial plastic surgery in difficult areas such as the scalp and retroauricular areas.
  • For your surgical assistants,  suture removal will be easier, less likely to leave behind ingrown sutures and less traumatic than tradition scissors or suture removal kits.

Safer For You, Your Staff & Your Patients. 

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Every Office Should Have Lumohs Onsite For Difficult to See Cases