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10 out of 10 surgeons and nurses surveyed after use agreed for active mode the device improved visualization vs. nonevacuation.
‡8 out of 9 surgeons and nurses surveyed after use agreed for passive mode.
§As compared with non-ULPA filtration or nonevacuation.
1. Based on internal test report #RE00139506 rev A, Bourbon: Valleylab™ laparoscopic smoke evacuation system nurses and surgeons claims report. March 12, 2018.
2. da Silva RD, Sehrt D, Molina WR, Moss J, Park SH, Kim FJ. Significance of surgical plume obstruction during laparoscopy. JSLS. 2014;18(3).
3. Based on the manufacturer report #PR-17003 rev A, ULPA filtration. Jan. 12, 2018.