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MEGADYNE Smoke Evacuation Pencils
Multiple options, including the MEGADYNE Smoke Evacuation Pencil, allow surgeons to remove potentially hazardous electrosurgical smoke and plume.*
SAGES and EAES Recommendations Regarding Surgical Response to COVID-19 Crisis
Ethicon shares your desire for a safe environment for your physicians, nurses and all hospital staff. Ethicon supports SAGES’ position regarding the use of a smoke evacuator* in laparoscopic and open cases, in addition to the strict use of appropriate PPE.
* SAGES’ recommendation is general to smoke evacuators* and is not specific to any one brand.
ZIP PEN Smoke Evacuation Pencil
The MEGADYNE ZIP PEN Smoke Evacuation Pencil is lightweight and is designed to minimize hand fatigue.1 The MEGADYNE ZIP PEN Smoke Evacuation Pencil is an award winning smoke evacuation device.2,¥ The MEGADYNE ZIP PEN Smoke Evacuation Pencil has three ergonomic grip positions to provide surgeons with choice, flexibility and comfort all in one device.3
MEGADYNE™ ULTRA VAC™ Smoke Evacuation Pencil
The MEGADYNE ULTRA VAC Smoke Evacuation Pencil, with cord in tubing, was designed for comfort and ease of use.4 The adjustable length of the MEGADYNE ULTRA VAC Smoke Evacuation Pencil helps position the smoke evacuation tip closer to the surgical site, which was designed to provide efficient smoke evacuation.5
MEGADYNE Attacha Vac Smoke Evactuation Shroud
Designed as a clip-on device for electrosurgical pencils, the MEGADYNE Attacha Vac Shroud is an option for smoke evacuation in the Operating Room.*
MEGADYNE E-Z CLEAN Electrosurgical Electrodes
MEGADYNE E-Z CLEAN Electrodes produced 68% less smoke vs. uncoated stainless steel blades.6,† They are designed to be evenly coated with high-grade PTFE for consistent coagulation across the entire surface of the blade.7
* As per Instructions For Use.
** Only when in "trigger" configuration.
¥ ESP Award Winners: Surgical Instruments Category - 3/23/16.
† In a preclinical porcine model at 60W vs. uncoated stainless steel blades at 60W (p<0.001). Kisch T, et al. Electrocautery Devices With Feedback Mode and Teflon-Coated Blades Create Less Surgical Smoke for a Quality Improvement in the Operating Theater. Medicine, 2015;94(27).
2. Ethicon, Surgical Products Magazine ESP Award Winners: Surgical Instruments Category Wed 3/23/2016 - 1:08pm by Rebecca Rudolph-Witt – editor, Sept 2017, Data on File. (C2370)
6. Copyright 2015 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. www.md-journal.com Medicine - Volume 94, Number 27, July 2015. (C2355)
7. Ethicon, Memo Megadyne Medical To: File From: Darcy Greep - Senior R&D Engineer Date: April 27, 2017 Re: Polyurethane in Electrosurgical Coatings, Sept 2017, Data on File. (C2380)
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*As of March 2017, per internal research conducted by Ethicon.