QuickMedical® Named As Distributor For Bovie Electrosurgical Generators and Accessories

October 19, 2010

Development of the first commercial electrosurgical device is credited to Dr. William T Bovie, who worked on it from 1914 to 1927 while employed at Harvard University. The first use of an electrosurgical generator in the operating room occurred on October 1, 1926. The surgery was performed by Dr. Harvey Cushing.

Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) October 19, 2010

QuickMedical®, a leading distributor of medical supplies and equipment announced today they will add the complete line of Bovie Electrosurgical Generators and Accessories to their inventory.

Electro surgical equipment uses an electric current to cut and coagulate the tissue. When the electrical current is passed through the tissue, it gets heated up resulting in evaporation of the water which ultimately destroys the cells. Thus, the process of cutting, clotting and dehydrating the blood cells and tissues is achieved with minimal blood loss.

Scott Hanna, CEO at QuickMedical® said, “Over the last decade, a larger percentage of surgical procedures are moving away from the traditional operating room toward the physician office and out-patient clinics. When we looked at the market potential for these devices, the areas of clinics and physician offices came to mind first versus hospitals. We believe that every physician’s office is a potential customer; the key is to provide the correct electro surgical unit to meet the healthcare professionals need.” Mr. Hanna concluded, “One of the major advantages of electrosurgical procedures is the capability of performing nearly bloodless surgery.”

Every year many patients and staff are injured needlessly by electrosurgical equipment. These injuries are often due to user error and poor systems of work, not the equipment function or design. An educational package has been developed by the MHRA with the help of the Royal College of Surgeons. It is intended to be a guide through electrosurgical history, explaining the background, how and why the basic system works and providing some valuable do’s and don’ts when using electrosurgical equipment. You will find a series of embedded quizzes throughout the program which will aid you in remembering the important facts.

QuickMedical® will offer the complete line ofBovie Electrosurgical Generators, reusable electrodes, flexible lighting as well as electrosurgical electrodes in loop, ball, square and needle styles that are compatible with most electrosurgical generators.

About QuickMedical®:

Started in 1993, QuickMedical® is a national distributor of medical supplies and equipment. With offices and warehouse located in Issaquah, WA, QuickMedical® is able to provide nearly 16,000 medical products to choose from with the convenience of ordering directly by phone, fax or website. Many items are shipped within 24 hours. QuickMedical® is also a distributor for a number of manufacturers who offer their products via Premier, MedAssets, Amerinet, and other Group Purchasing Organization contracts. For government (GSA) pricing, call 888-345-4858.

About Bovie Medical Corporation:

Bovie Medical is setting the standard for surgi-center and hospital-based electrosurgical generators and accessories with a range of “state of the art” models: the Aaron 800-EUâ“¢, the Aaron 900â“¢, the Aaron 950â“¢, the Aaron 1250â“¢, the Aaron 2250â“¢, and the Aaron 3250â“¢ along with the IDS-200â“¢, IDS-300â“¢, and ICON Giâ“¢. This full line is the most complete offering of any USA manufactured electrosurgical generator product. The feature-packed generators are designed from the ground up to be extremely reliable, and are UL and Canadian Standards compliant. All of these generators are available for private labeling. Bovie Medical Corporation (Corporate Office) 734 Walt Whitman Rd. “¢ Melville, NY 11747 “¢ USA Ph +631-421-5452 “¢ Fax +631-421-5821 janeralla(at)bellsouth(dot)net

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