Haag-Streit Surgical HS 3-1000


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The new paradigm in microsurgery

The advanced microsurgical operating system HS 3-1000 is based on the combination of the floor stand FS 3-43 with the operating microscope HS Hi-R 1000. It provides you with optimal working conditions as well as impressive modularity. The apochromatic optics and a unique stereo base of 25 mm ensure perfect color fidelity, strong contrast, and excellent depth perception. Electromagnetic brakes in the floor stand FS 3-43 support the smooth movements and minimize vibrations. Due to the stand’s long arm reach highest flexibility in the OR is achieved.


Our high-end solution for neuro surgery

“The optics on HS Hi-R 1000 are the best I have ever used. Additionally, it is extremely innovative as is apparent with the unique SensoServo Drive system which enable the user to move the scope with minimal effort, locks it in place immediately after moving, and avoids the need for balancing.”



Motorized Movement

The SensoServo system of HS Hi-R 1000 uses ‘fly-by-wire‘ technology to move the microscope in all directions with utmost precision and requiring minimal force. Though this technology also the balancing remains permanently stable even when changing the positioning of the microscope or e.g. shifting the stereoscopic observer scope from left to right.



High flexibility

The variable focus assembly permits working distances from 224 mm to 510 mm without lens exchange. Optionally an alternative focus assembly is available that allows focusing at working distances of 200 mm to 450 mm. The integrated double iris diaphragm can be used to maximize the depth of field.



Enhance visibility

Specific illumination and filtering can make the invisible visible when fluorescent effects are allocatable through relevant dyes. In the operating system HS 3-1000 HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL offers fluorescence equipment for ICG.



Intraoperative fluorescence angiography

ICG is used for intraoperative angiographies, particularly in neurosurgery for detecting stenoses, leakages, and aneurysms. ICG is a medical dye that emits infrared light, when illuminated with light of the appropriate wavelengths.

Following the injection of the ICG solution into the patient‘s bloodstream, the vessels become visible when the ICG flows by. Now, irregularities can be seen on the unique M.DIS that is mounted in direct view of the surgeon and the HS MIOS displays.



Enrich your vision

Often, more information is needed than what hits the eye through the oculars of the operating microscope. In these situations extra information are provided in both oculars by our image injection system C.INJECT 1000. Featuring high definition, data can be injected in exceptional HD resolution into the oculars as an overlay to the live view or as a full image.




When working together the right accessory is needed:

  • Lateral observer scope with inclinable eyepiece head and image rotation for the assistant’s optimal comfort.
  • C.DUO offers face-to-face observation for two surgeons, lateral ports, and a separate camera connection. Eyepieces are fully rotatable for ergonomic positioning when tilting of the microscope.
  • To suit differences in height among surgeons various eyepiece heads allow inclination to improve ergonomics.


FS 3-43

Perfect reach, stability, flexibility

With its extreme arm length of 1600 mm the floor stand FS 3-43 allows great flexibility for positioning in the OR. The automatic balancing easily and fast adjusts the system when accessories are changed. Additional holders for foot switches, trays for camera control units, and a high resolution monitor or other accessories may be attached to the column.



At a glance

The floor stand is computer-controlled via a touch screen. Here illumination and balancing can be controlled. Additionally, the individual start settings of the microscope parameters can be programmed for each surgeon.



Powerful light

For easy access, the 300 W xenon light source is located externally underneath the push bar. The upper housing contains a spare light module. The xenon light sources contain filters to protect the surgeon’s eyes and the patient’s tissue against ultraviolet and infrared radiation.