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SeeClear Smoke Evacuation

SeeClear Smoke Evacuation Cooper SurgicalProtect your staff from toxins found
in surgical smoke

Surgical smoke contains over 40 toxic compounds including: Carbon Monoxide, Formaldehyde, Hydrogen Cyanide, Methane, Toluene, Benzene¹ ²

SeeClear is a passive, disposable, multi-stage filter system that traps smoke, particulates and aerosolised pathogens, while absorbing odors and chemical toxins.

No vacuum pump is required, SeeClear functions silently, removing surgical plume and providing a clear view of the surgical field. Everything is included, enabling one easy connection to the trocar side port without any additional tubing.

The elevated intraperitoneal pressure pushes out the smoke along with the CO². Flow rates are preset to optimise smoke removal without losing pneumoperitoneum.

The SeeClear Advantage

  • Removes 99.999% of .01 micron particles (aerosolized)*
  • Activated charcoal membrane absorbs odors and chemical toxins*
  • Optimal flow rate maintains pneumoperitoneum
  • Maintains a clear field of vision
  • Easy setup requires minimal staff involvement
  • No attachment to wall suction, unobtrusive functionality

 

For further information about SeeClear or to arrange a visit by one of our product specialists, please contact us here.

 
Reference Material

References

1. Ulmer, BC. The Hazards of Surgical Smoke. AORN Journal. 2008; 87(4): 721-738.
2. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease: The Biology and Behavioral Basis for Smoking-Attributable Disease. A Report of the Surgeon General. 2010.

*Data on file from Cooper Surgical