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  • Incidentally, Mr. Kidd created the blood-crimson cover for Cormac McCarthy's bovie:

    A Chip Off the Ol' Blockhead / J/Kiddin' . . .

  • Then it is quite easy using an electrosurge bovie type instrument that easily cuts the area with little or no blood involved.

    Tongue Tied

  • He had to have a special hot bovie knife inserted to into his nose to burn a hole in the congested tissues.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Well, you know: all those bovie induced burns and destroyed gloves that surgeons are regularly subjected to.


  • The system touts the precision of a standard scalpel and the cauterization abilities of the bovie, but without the accompanying burning of peripheral flesh and all the smoke.


  • The company cannot stand the 1920's technology behind the bovie, and how its thermal function destroys healthy patient tissue around the cut.


  • PEAK Surgical, Inc. from Palo Alto, CA hates the bovie cutter / coagulator.


  • Long story short, PEAK Surgical wants its Peak PlasmaBlade, a cold cutter and coagulator, to be the bovie of the 21st century.


  • PEAK Surgical, maker of the innovative PlasmaBlade replacement of the bovie, has put a couple extensions for its device onto the market.



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  • "a book that's turned into a movie" (from Aspendale Primary School, Melbourne)

    December 9, 2015