All-in-One Solution for
Buffalo Filter offers their
System to help improve
a surgeon’s need to
see more clearly
during laparoscopic surgery.
device warms, white bal-
ances, cleans and defogs, with
additional features that
• Two ports for
fogging), white bal-
ancing and cleaning/defogging.
• Fits 3mm – 12mm scopes without a port size converter.
• Radiopaque Vue Tip Trocar Swabs are provided to
remove debris and excess liquid from trocar cannula.
• The X-ray detectable Microfiber Cloth is designed to
capture residue and particulates at a microscopic level.
• The LaparoVue™ Visibility System is currently pending
Restore Nitrile Exam Gloves are Medline's first glove to use Colloidal
Oatmeal to help protect the hands of healthcare workers. The substances found naturally in Colloidal Oatmeal can help restore the
skin’s normal pH and maintain the natural moisture barrier needed to
protect and prevent dry skin.
Integrated Endoscopy, Inc. offers its nuvis single-use
Arthroscope. According to the company, it is the only
single-use rigid endoscope commercially available in the
United States. Features include:
• A single-use design that helps eliminate infection, as
well as staff exposure to reprocessing chemicals.
• Received 510(k) clearance in July 2014 as the first
rigid endoscope based on 21st century optical technology.
• Exclusive, integrated optical design featuring 12
molded glass lenses made with the same technology
and low-temperature glass used to mass produce high-definition, low-cost optics for smart phone cameras.
• Patented light-emitting diode (LED) technology that
provides improved white light at significantly lower
temperatures than the fiber optic illumination used in
Integrated Endoscopy is currently gearing up production, and it will be available nationwide during the third
quarter of 2015.
A Clearer Picture of the Target
The SAVI SCOUT surgical guidance system is a FDA-cleared med-
ical device that provides real-time guidance during excisional breast
procedures. The system uses non-radioactive, electromagnetic wave
technology to detect a reflector that is placed in tissue up to seven
days prior to surgery. During the procedure, real-time audible and
visual indicators give the surgeon a precise way to target tissue for
removal during lumpectomy and excisional biopsy procedures.