Valleylab™ Smoke Evacuation Pencil

Product Details

The Valleylab™ smoke evacuation pencil (button switch) with telescoping cannula is designed for visibility in the surgical site and comfort in the surgeon’s hand.([FOOTNOTE=Based on Buffalo Filter Specification Form DC#2009-173. Section 4.7.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) Plus, its all-in-one design means it’s no longer necessary to assemble multiple smoke evacuation products in the sterile field.1

Order Information

Order Code Description Unit Of Measure Quantity
CVPLP2000 Valleylab™ Smoke Evacuation Pencil  Case 20

Valleylab™ Smoke Evacuation Rocker Switch Pencil

Product Details

The Valleylab™ smoke evacuation rocker switch pencil captures smoke directly at the source.([FOOTNOTE=Based on internal test report #RE00125194 rev A, Surgical validation report. July 2018.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),([FOOTNOTE=Based on internal test report #R0038994 rev A, Non-IEC verification report: smoke evacuation test. July 2018.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) Its narrow profile provides a balanced and secure grip.2,§,Ω And the transparent cannula allows clear vision of the target tissue.2,††

Order Information

Order Information
Order Code Description Length Unit Of Measure Quantity
SEP5000 Valleylab™ Smoke Evacuation Rocker Switch Pencil, Edge™ Blade Electrode 10 ft (3 m) Case 20
SEP5015 Valleylab™ Smoke Evacuation Rocker Switch Pencil, Edge™ Blade Electrode 15 ft (4.6 m) Case 20

Valleylab™ Telescoping Smoke Evacuation Rocker Switch Pencil

Product Details

The Valleylab™ telescoping smoke evacuation pencil is the first of its kind.2,† It’s an all-in-one solution2 that:

  • Offers an independently telescoping smoke nozzle and electrode to enable improved versatility and choice2,†
  • Eliminates the need for additional smoke evacuation accessories2,‡,‡‡
  • Includes a 360-degree swivel connection to minimize drag on the wrist2,Ω
Order Information

Order Information
Order Code Description Length Unit Of Measure Quantity
SEP6000 Valleylab™ Telescoping Smoke Evacuation Rocker Switch Pencil, Edge™ Blade Electrode 10 ft (3 m) Case 20
SEP6015 Valleylab™ Telescoping Smoke Evacuation Rocker Switch Pencil, Edge™ Blade Electrode 15 ft (4.6 m) Case 20

Overview

Clear Surgical Smoke With Confidence.

Smoke in the surgical field can be a nuisance — or worse. It can obscure your vision, delay procedures, and pose risks to your team.([FOOTNOTE=Ball K. Surgical smoke evacuation guidelines: compliance among perioperative nurses. AORN J. 2010; 92(2):e1–e23.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])  It doesn’t have to.

Introducing our portfolio of Valleylab™ smoke evacuation pencils for your open procedures. Each model offers the flexibility to facilitate access and visibility at the surgical site.2,†,‡  Plus, they can help protect you, your team, and your patients from the potential hazards of surgical smoke.([FOOTNOTE=Hill DS, O’Neill JK, Powell RJ, Oliver DW. Surgical smoke—a health hazard in the operating theatre: a study to quantify exposure and a survey of the use of smoke extractor systems in UK plastic surgery units. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2012;65(7):911–916.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])

Fresh air. Fresh perspective

Choose a smoke-free OR.

Learn More 

The Dangers of
Surgical Smoke

Know the health risks of surgical smoke

Over 500,000 healthcare workers are exposed to surgical smoke every year.5,([FOOTNOTE=Laser/Electrosurgery Plume. Occupational Safety & Health Administration Website. https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/laserelectrosurgeryplume/index.html. Accessed April 4, 2019.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) More than 150 hazardous chemicals have been identified in surgical smoke.([FOOTNOTE=Pierce JS, Lacey SE, Lippert JF, Lopez R, Franke JE. Laser-generated air contaminants from medical laser applications: a state-of-the-science review of exposure characterization, health effects, and control. J Occup Environ Hyg. 2011;8(7):447–466.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) And some experts estimate that the amount of surgical smoke produced daily in the OR equals 27 to 30 cigarettes.6

Help protect yourself, your team, and your patients. Our Valleylab™ smoke evacuation pencils capture smoke directly at the source.3,4

  • †Compared to a nonextendable smoke evacuation pencil; 16 out of 19 surgeons surveyed agreed.

  • ‡Compared to a nonextendable smoke evacuation pencil; 17 out of 19 surgeons surveyed agreed.

  • §Compared to the current device they are using; 15 out of 19 surgeons surveyed agreed.

  • ΩCompared to the current device they are using; 19 out of 19 surgeons surveyed agreed.

  • ††16 out of 19 surgeons surveyed agreed.

  • ‡‡30 out of 31 nurses surveyed agreed.