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The Cameron Miller Model 26-2500 (Cameron Miller Inc, Chicago, Ill) is a moderately priced, small, portable electrosurgical unit designed for ambulatory care use.
With a product line that includes smoke evacuators, filters, tubing, surgical masks, and other accessories, Buffalo Filter systems are designed to be used with any electrosurgical unit or laser that creates smoke plume.
Electrosurgical units (ESU's) are used for surgical cutting or to manage blood loss by causing coagulation (homoeostasis) during surgery.
The size of the particulate matter is dictated by the device used, with electrosurgical units creating particles of roughly 0.07 mcm and lasers liberating particles of 0.31 mcm.
Surgical plume (sometimes called surgical smoke) is a potentially dangerous byproduct from the use of lasers, electrosurgical units and ultrasonic devices.
Moreover, the power source and control is divided into electrosurgical units, batteries, electric consoles, and pneumatic regulators.