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I.C. Medical is a world leader in the field of surgical smoke collection and evacuation research and development. I.C. Medical manufactures advanced surgical plume collection/evacuation devices used by top surgical teams worldwide.

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About I.C. Medical

I. C. Medical, Inc. is a market-leading medical device company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona that develops and manufactures devices and researches new techniques for surgical smoke collection and evacuation in surgical operating rooms.

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Our Products

I.C. Medical surgical smoke evacuation systems and accessories are the most sophisticated and most efficient operating theatre smoke evacuation devices in the world. All I.C. Medical products are made in the U.S. with a steadfast commitment to quality and compliance.

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Crystal Vision Smoke Evacuation Tool

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The Crystal Vision models offer the most convenient and effective method of collecting and filtering smoke produced during open surgical procedures. These patented systems offer a smoke collection tube that slips over the electrosurgery pencil in the surgeon’s hand. This means that the smoke collection tube moves wherever the surgeon’s hand moves and the tube is always positioned at the best location to collect and filter smoke.

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The PenEvac Smoke Evacuation Tools

The PenEvac1 and the Non-Telescopic PenEvac are electrocautery pencils with integrated smoke evacuation. Smoke is captured right at the source to ensure maximum visibility and safety. The PenEvac’s have the highest airborne particle reduction when compared by an independent test to any other smoke collection device. The PenEvac’s include a 45 degree swivel and an integrated wire-in-tube design which provides superior handling.

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Latest Posts

  • Where Does OSHA Stand on the Issue of Surgical Smoke?
    Where Does OSHA Stand on the Issue of Surgical Smoke?
    As far back as 1996, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) identified surgical smoke as a hazard. In a survey fielded in 2011, NIOSH found that best practices to minimize exposure to surgical smoke had not been...
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  • Become an Advocate for Safety in the OR
    Become an Advocate for Safety in the OR
    Nurses often work in settings where they are exposed to chemical, biological, and physical hazards. Among the most commonly identified perils for nurses are workplace violence, verbal abuse, musculoskeletal injuries incurred from lifting and patient transfers, needlesticks and sharps injuries,...
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  • Is surgical smoke dangerous? Let’s look at the facts
    Is surgical smoke dangerous? Let’s look at the facts
    Daniel Patrick Moynihan, noted American statesman and scholar, once famously said: “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.”   In our industry, there are those who contend that existing research doesn’t support claims about the...
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