In the medical world, the term 'Bovie' is synonymous with electrosurgery. Dr. William T. Bovie invented the first electrosurgical instrument, which was then used in surgery for the first time by Dr. Harvey Cushing (who you might remember popularized arterial systolic blood pressure monitoring in America) in 1926. Electrosurgery is commonly used in dermatological, gynecological, cardiac, plastic, ocular, spine, ENT, orthopedic, urological, neuro- and general surgical procedures as well as certain dental procedures. If you want a Bovie, it makes sense to go to Bovie.
QuickMedical is now proud to announce it will carry the full line of Bovie's electrosurgical products. Upwards of 80% of all surgeries today use some sort of electrosurgical support for cutting and / or cauterizing. This is an especially important piece of equipment in outpatient, surgery center, and other disciplines which are performing procedures outside of large hospitals. Bovie and QuickMedical are excited about this new development.