Category Archives: Single-Use Devices

Preventing Cross-Contamination During COVID-19: What Your Practice Can Do

Cross-contamination continues to be a legitimate concern for gynecologists, especially during the global pandemic COVID-19. Cross-contamination can compromise the safety of a medical practice by spreading through a number of different routes, including physical contact, airborne spread, respiratory droplet transmission, or physical objects. Preventing cross-contamination within a gynecology office should be priority when the health […]

The Benefits of a Chemiluminated Medical Device

Chemiluminated medical devices are revolutionizing the way gynecology is practiced. Thanks to this modern lighting’s focus on safety, time efficiency, and cost effectiveness, chemiluminescence provides gynecologists with countless benefits seen before, during, and after a vaginal examination.  Safe A chemiluminated medical device will provide elevated lighting during a vaginal examination. Traditionally, medical lighting is used […]

Does a Speculum’s Design Affect the Success of a Vaginal Examination?

Design is more than just aesthetic. Good design can accentuate the features of any tool, especially a medical device. A strategically designed medical device can positively impact a patient’s experience and a physician’s experience during an examination. More specifically, a vaginal speculum’s design has the power to facilitate a successful pelvic examination. The SpecuLume EZ, […]

Medical Innovations That Are Transforming the Way Gynecology Is Practiced

Innovation is more than just adaptation. When it comes to medicine, innovative practices have the opportunity to truly transform an institution and individual patient lives. Medical innovations can also impact unique specialties, including gynecology. Here are a few of the latest innovations revolutionizing traditional gynecology. Single-use devices Single-use medical devices are becoming increasingly popular among […]

Now Is the Time for Single-Use Devices

As a healthcare provider you’ve recently experienced first-hand the substantial impact that cross-contamination can pose. Simple processes and office activities that you once did are now subject to review, not only by you but also by your patients. The typical person, your patient, now has a heightened awareness to what can happen if they are […]