Solving surgical smoke problems

Smoke Management
Enhanced Visualisation
Stable Pneumoperitoneum
Workflow Optimisation

Currently only available in the United States and certain other countries that recognise FDA 510(k) clearance. Please contact Alesi Surgical for further informaiton.

Revolutionising laparoscopic and robotic surgery.

Ultravision is the world’s only advanced visualisation system that provides class-leading surgical smoke control and minimises patient CO2 exposure.

The Ultravision2 System is our next-generation generator that synchronises and optimises the application of the Ultravision energy in use – resulting in improved performance, consistency, and usability. It also paves the way for the development and launch of “integrated Ultravision instruments”, surgical tools that perform both tissue dissection and incorporate the class-leading surgical smoke handling performance offered by the Ultravision technology.

Dr Jin S Yoo

Features + key benefits

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I have used Ultravision for the last two years in most of my laparoscopic cases. The advancements in Ultravision2 have vastly improved overall performance and ease of use. The new integrated monopolar instrument is a game-changer for the technology.

Dr. Urs Pabst-Giger, Senior Consultant Surgeon,
University Hospital Münster, Germany

Prevents Smoke
Release into OR


Camera Cleaning

Reduces Pauses
During Procedure

Facilitates Low
Pressure Surgery

Reduces CO2

*1 DVER-006-015 & Based on internal validation - DREP 002 (2012) A Study Of The Ability Of The Ultravision Electrostatic Precipitator To Clear The Particulate Matter Produced By Energy-Based Surgical Instruments

*2 Ansell et al, Electrostatic precipitation is a novel way of maintaining visual field clarity during laparoscopic surgery: a prospective double-blind randomised controlled pilot study Surgical Endoscopy (2014) 28: 2057-2065

*3 Buggisch et al, Experimental Model to Test Electrostatic Precipitation Technology in the COVID-19 Era: A Pilot Study Journal of American College of Surgeons, (2020), 231 (6) 704-712

*4 Based on Ultravision2 maximum consumption of 62VA versus representative smoke evacuator of 1000VA.

*5 Levine, D et al, “Electrostatic Precipitation in Low Pressure Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Myomectomy” (2020), JSLS, Volume 24, Issue 4.