Solutions for Surgery
EVA15 Insufflator & Smoke Evacuation System
The first insufflator of its kind to allow intelligent leak-tolerant constant pressure insufflation during laparoscopic, robotic, and endoscopic surgery1
Minimal training required –
simple, intuitive user interface
Simple operation requires only two button presses to switch on and select insufflation mode (two modes available: standard and continuous pressure).
Works with any standard trocar or gel port. Designed for easy integration into any OR setting.
Minimal workspace required
Sleek and compact. Easy to move, easy to clean. EVA15 can be placed on a shelf or counter.
1 EVA15 Insufflator has received FDA 510(k) clearance for use in endoscopic & laparoscopic surgery (K193520, K202799, K202922).
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The pedal-activated smoke evacuation of EVA15 creates a safer operating environment
EVA15 removes surgical smoke contaminants
ULPA activated carbon evacuation filter (99.9997% efficiency at 0.04 micron).
Meets AORN guidelines for surgical smoke safety
Enables the management of operating rooms in accordance with the May 2017 AORN ‘Guideline for surgical smoke safety’.
Control from start-up through case-end
Maintains continuous 7-15mmHg pressure and automatically compensates for leaks.
Allows for controlled end of case desufflation down to 1mmHg to reduce spray during trocar removal.
EVA15 maintains continuous 7-15mmHg pressure and automatically compensates for leaks and suctioning.
The insufflator instantaneously sees a pressure drop and adds extra flow, regardless of why there is flow out of the cavity. It maintains the surgical field during tool/camera removal and smoke evacuation.
EVA15 maintains constant insufflation pressure down to 7mmHg.
Two modes available
Continuous pressure insufflation.
Integrates with existing trocars
EVA15 connects to any standard trocar.
Controlled end of case desufflation
Cavity pressure quickly reduced down to 1mmHg to reduce spray during trocar removal.