Screw Type D
Have you ever heard of a screw type vaginal speculum? It’s a gynecological instrument commonly used in hospitals and clinics to help diagnose and treat gynecological diseases. While this tool might seem intimidating, it’s actually very easy to use with the right instructions. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about using a screw type vaginal speculum so you can feel confident in your ability to use it.
|Ref. No.:||Size:||Packing:||Ctn size:|
|NMDE710117||S||1pc/poly bag, 100PCS / CTN||50x38x29cm|
|NMDE710118||M||1pc/poly bag, 100PCS / CTN||50x38x29cm|
|NMDE10119||L||1pc/poly bag, 100PCS / CTN||50x38x29cm|
A screw type vaginal speculum is a medical device used by gynecologists during pelvic examinations. It is inserted into the vagina to visualize the cervix and other structures in the pelvis. The screw type vaginal speculum has a handle that can be rotated to open or close the blades. The blades are opened by rotating the handle in a clockwise direction and closed by rotating the handle in a counter-clockwise direction. To insert the screw type vaginal speculum, the gynecologist will lubricate the tip of the instrument with water-soluble lubricant. The patient will then be asked to lie down on her back with her legs spread apart. The gynecologist will insert the speculum into the patient's vagina and rotate the handle to open the blades. Once the blades are opened, the gynecologist can visualize the cervix and other structures in the pelvis. To remove the screw type vaginal speculum, the gynecologist will rotate the handle in a counter-clockwise direction to close the blades. The instrument will then be slowly withdrawn from the patient's vagina.
If you are planning on using a screw type vaginal speculum for your next gynecological exam, there are a few things that you should know. First and foremost, it is important to make sure that the speculum is properly lubricated before use. This will help to ensure that the exam is as comfortable as possible for both you and your patient. Once the speculum is properly lubricated, you will need to insert it into the vagina. To do this, simply hold the barrel of the speculum in one hand and gently insert it into the vagina with the other hand. Once the barrel of the speculum is inside of the vagina, slowly twist the handle in a clockwise direction. This will cause the blades of the speculum to open up and allow you to see inside of the vagina. Once you have finished your examination, simply reverse the process that you used to insert the speculum. Hold onto the barrel of the speculum with one hand and twist the handle in a counter-clockwise direction with your other hand. This will cause the blades of the speculum to close back up and allow you to remove it from the vagina.
The screw type vaginal speculum is a great tool for doctors and gynecologists to use during examinations. Here are some interesting facts about this type of speculum:
-The screw type vaginal speculum was invented by Dr. J. Marion Sims in 1845.
-This type of speculum is made up of two blades that are hinged together at the top, and a screw mechanism that allows the doctor to open and close the blades.
-The screw type vaginal speculum is usually made of metal, but there are some newer plastic models available as well.
-When using this type of speculum, the doctor will insert it into the patient's vagina and then use the screw mechanism to open the blades. This will allow them to get a good view of the inside of the vagina and check for any problems.
-After the examination is complete, the doctor will close the blades and remove the speculum from the patient's vagina.