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Why You Need a Laser Smoke Evacuator
While the long-term risks of working with laser surgery equipment have yet to be conclusively determined, what’s known for sure is that laser smoke plumes contain carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide, benzene and other toxic chemicals. Without the regular use of a laser plume smoke evacuator, you and your staff are at risk of developing upper respiratory infections, eye irritations, nausea and more. Use of a laser smoke evacuation system is one of the methods recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for mitigating the health risks associated with laser surgery procedures.