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Got Questions?

So do we but that's what google is for.

How do you use the MezLight?

See for yourself by viewing our video tutorials and usage tips from Josh. 

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Setup
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Setup + Drapes
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Setup + Retractors
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Using the MezLight
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Assembling and Removing the Focus Lens Housing
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Hand Surgery
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FAQs

Autoclave sterilization is highly effective but harsh on medical equipment. The light will reliably work for 10 uses (10 autoclave cycles) before performance may be affected. The post will last a minimum of 80 uses, that's 80 autoclave cycles! 

MezLight LLC is registered with the FDA. The MezLight is a Class II device that is 510k exempt. It is manufactured under the required ISO 13485 quality system, ETL certified, and validated for cleaning & sterilization by a 3rd party lab.  

Because everything is better with Mez. 

We can provide you with an autoclave tolerant label that can be affixed to the light and allows you to manually track the number of autoclave cycles. Some customers have dedicated a sterile tray to the MezLight and have a label on the tray that they mark off.

Like other medical device power supply’s used in the OR you will want to place it in a spot that you expect to stay dry during surgery. One spot is on the top surface of the base of the OR table.

The MezLight is designed to be positioned anywhere on the OR table, and is easily repositioned or moved out of the way during a procedure. The post is specifically shaped to keep it out of the way of your arms and elbows.

Yes, you can wipe down the light and post during a procedure, no need to disassemble or turn off the light.

The lenses can scratch if something hard or sharp contacts them but it should not impact performance of the light.

The power supply is holding enough energy to keep the LED lit while the energy dissipates. The blue LED should go off within 15 minutes after unplugging the power supply from the electrical outlet.