ClearSpec - Advanced Speculum Solution
During the performance of a vaginal examination, the physician often encounters patients with excess vaginal tissue. This excessive tissue collapses toward the middle between the speculum blades, obstructing the physician’s view of the patient’s cervix and making a proper and complete examination more difficult. The excessive tissue prevents the physician’s performance of any necessary diagnostic procedures, such as pap smears, cervical cultures and biopsies. While some physicians will use a second instrument, a lateral retractor, a condom, or a glove in an effort to retract the excess tissue against the walls, most would prefer an effective all-in-one instrument.
138 NW 16th Street
Boca Raton, FL 33432