*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.
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