A single- use, dependable and safe disposable vaginal speculum instruments. Available in both Graves and Pederson styles. Made of polystyrene with see-through clarity. Smooth one-handed operation for easier insertion. Singlepatientuse eliminatescross-contamination. Tone locking pointpetsexamination and saves time.
One similarnewproductdesign is presentlybeingused for gynecological surgeries. For vaginal surgical procedures, the croaker may use a traditional weighted vaginal speculum to keep the vaginal depressionopen. There are numerouslimitations to the olddesign, which makes it veritablyrigid and clumsy to use. A majorissuewas that it would slip out, so a surgeon may task one of his/ her interns to hold the speculum for hours on end. And when the speculum would slip out, the nursers would need to flashcastrated the speculum which can burn the case.
Nexgen Medical revolutionizes the weighted vaginal speculum which uses accessible disposable plastic blades with an ergonomically designed 304 Stainless Steel Grade handle that weighs only 2 pounds. The plastic blade has a ribbed design, which controls slippage, insures retention and isnon-conductive. This newdesign is the first and onlyarticulating spec that's readilyflexible for a variety of anatomical shapes, sizes and situations. So the comingtime, you're in the croaker's office or at the sanitarium, take a look at what the croaker is using and see if you can make a newdesign that will help millions of cases!
Disposable Vaginal Speculum instruments have one, two, or three blades.
The two-bladed, or bivalve, speculum is the most commontype of medical instrument gynecologists use to examine the vagina and cervix. The croaker inserts the speculum into the vagina and opens up the blades, which exposes the inside of the vagina and cervix.
Vaginal speculums come in different sizes. Which bone of the following speculum types your croaker chooses depends on your age and the length and range of your vagina. Gynecologists use this shorterinterpretation of the speculum to examine the vagina in babies and children. Huffman speculum is narrower than a regular speculum. It’s used in teenaged girls who have n’t yetbeen sexually active. Croakersuse the Pederson speculum in teenage girls who ’ve been sexually active. Its blades are narrower than those of a regularadult speculum, but larger than the blades of a Huffman speculum. The Graves speculum has the widestblades of any speculum. Gynecologists use it to examineadultwomen. It comes in a larger size for those with an especiallylong vagina.