Global Healthcare: investing in the future

Over the course of the last week, I spent time reviewing archived blogs written by a former employee. While at Enova, Anders had an amazing opportunity to travel with the president of the company, Roger Heegaard. During their travels, the two explored different healthcare systems around the world. After reading through his blogs, it felt…

Veterinarian Surgeon Asha Radicic, DVM, Depends on Enova LED Surgical Headlight for World Vets Mission Work

Shedding Light sat down with Asha Radicic, DVM, recently to discuss her new Cyclops XLT-125 LED Surgical Headlight. All kinds of surgeons—from cardio-thoracic and cosmetic surgeons to dentists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons and more—use Enova headlights. Dr. Radicic is a veterinary surgeon who began mission work with World Vets this year and first used…

Duke Gynecologic Cancer Surgeon Paula Lee, MD, MPH, Includes Enova Surgical Headlight as Part of Training Program at Mulago Hosptial 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.…

From Beneficiary of Enova’s Mission Program to Winning Her Own Cyclops XLT-125 LED Headlight, Dr. Cecille Tapia-Santiago is One Happy Surgeon

Enova Illumination’s 10th Anniversary Celebration Sweepstakes ended December 31, 2015, with the award of a final Cyclops XLT-125. Dr. Cecille Tapia-Santiago, an Obstetrics and Gynecology Physician and Surgeon in Daytona Beach, Florida, had submitted photos from a recent mission trip on which she used an Enova headlight for the first time. We talked with Dr.…

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

Video cameras are gaining widespread acceptance as a tool to improve patient safety, ensure the quality of medical or dental care, and to teach future doctors and dentists. Not only do patients support the idea of having their procedures recorded, such technology can better inform efforts to determine complications during surgery and can become part…