See through
the smoke.

Know the truth.

77 %

Up to 77% of the particles in surgical smoke are not adequately filtered out by standard surgical masks.1

The numbers don’t lie.

Risks include chronic bronchitis, carcinoma, leukemia, cardiovascular disfunction and more.


cigarette

27

cigarettes

One day in the OR can have the same impact as smoking up to 27 cigarettes 2

radioactive

16

EPA priority

pollutants found in surgical smoke 3

stethoscope

93%

of nurses feel

more comfortable working in the OR with a smoke evacuation device in use 4

lab-vase

150

chemicals

found in surgical smoke 5

doctor

500,000

healthcare workers

each year are exposed to electrosurgical smoke 6

stopwatch

18

minutes

On average, integrated smoke evacuation is perceived to save 18 minutes per lap 7

97%

of nurses believe that integrating smoke evacuation into their insufflation tubing would give them more time to focus on patient needs. 8

Dosher memorial goes smoke free video preview

Dosher Memorial Goes Smoke Free

When OR nurse Kim York learned about the dangers of surgical smoke, she decided to do something about it.

PneumoClear

The clear choice in insufflation

Hazards of Surgical Smoke preview

Hazards of Surgical Smoke

pneumoclear

Designed to protect patients and staff from surgical smoke while improving workflow at the same time. 9

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It’s safer for the OR and completely changes my surgical view
— General surgeon

Neptune® E-SEP

The perfect fusion of precision and protection

I Literally Could Not Breathe video preview

'I literally could not breathe,' Dr. Tony Hedley

neptune e-sep

Protective in nature
Comfortable by design

Ergonomically, it’s a winner!
— Orthopedic surgeon and participant in simulated surgical lab