I would use Ultravision as part of the best robotic surgery setup I can use.

Mr Gourab Misra - Consultant Gynaecologist
at the University Hospitals of North Midlands, UK

For more information on how Ultravision is improving laparoscopic or robotic-assisted procedures, click a specialty below.

Ultravision technology delivering a world first

Ultravision is the world’s first system that minimises laparoscopic surgical smoke in the OR without the need for gas exchange.

Ultravision™ uses the proven process of electrostatic precipitation to eliminate surgical smoke and provide a continuously clear visual field during laparoscopic surgery without the need for CO2 exchange.

Improves
visibility

Reduces Pauses
During Procedure

Reduces
Camera Cleaning

Reduces CO2
Consumption

Facilitates Low
Pressure Surgery

Prevents Smoke
Release into OR

Having to stop repeatedly to clean the lens can be challenging. With Ultravision that’s not really a concern.

Dr. Ramon Yera - Minimally Invasive GYN Surgeon at Kaiser Permanente, US

Put simply, it gives you the field of vision you need.

Mr Gourab Misra University Hospitals North Midlands, UK

A benefit that possibly goes unnoticed by many, is that it really helps when teaching junior doctors due to the clarity of visual field.

Mr John Conneely Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin

The point being the hospital needed Ultravision because it is a ‘game changer’.

Dr. Ramon Yera - Minimally Invasive GYN Surgeon at Kaiser Permanente, US

Electrostatic precipitation will be the next big thing in laparoscopic surgery.

Mr John Conneely Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin

Electrostatic precipitation will be the next big thing in laparoscopic surgery.

Dr Jin S. Yoo, MD - Assistant Professor of Surgery Duke University Health System, US