M.I.S. Sunshine: Sterile Task Light

For Minimally Invasive Surgery and other Low Light Surgical Environments

Low light surgical environments during minimally invasive surgery, ophthalmology, and radiological procedures have been identied as a causative factor for medication errors and needlestick injuries. M.I.S. Sunshine is a nurse's safety task light designed to help prevent medication errors, needlestick injuries, and to provide nurse's and scrub tech's a lighted safety area or work zone.
M.I.S. Sunshine: Developed by RMAC Surgical Inc. 2011
What is Lux?

A "Lux" is a measure of light illumination.

The USP (United States Pharmacopeia) sets medication safety standards which are enforceable by the FDA. USP recommends that medication preparation and administration be done in a light level of 900-1500 Lux. The light levels in the average M.I.S., Ophthalmic, and radiological procedure rooms range between 0.01 to 20 Lux, a dangerously low level of light for proper patient and staff safety.

Avoid Medication Errors

Prevent Needlestick Injuries

Make Counting Easier

M.I.S. Sunshine:

A low cost, disposable light.

Cool to the touch

Long battery life.

M.I.S Sunshine Product Info