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Unformatted text preview: The Problem Inadequate visualization of the cervix Gynecologic examination and surgery Inadequate access to the cervix The Problem Inadequate visualization of the cervix Gynecologic examination and surgery Inadequate access to the cervix Patient discomfort The Problem Inadequate visualization of the cervix Gynecologic examination and surgery Inadequate access to the cervix Patient discomfort Current device similar to those found in Pompeii The Solution Gynecologic examination and surgery The Solution Patton Speculum ™ Gynecologic examination and surgery The Solution Patton Speculum ™ Gynecologic examination and surgery Four-blade retraction The Solution Patton Speculum ™ Gynecologic examination and surgery Four-blade retraction Limited retraction at “introitus” (opening of vagina) The Solution Patton Speculum ™ Gynecologic examination and surgery Four-blade retraction Limited retraction at “introitus” (opening of vagina) Maximum retraction at cervix (tip of uterus) The Solution Patton Speculum ™ Gynecologic examination and surgery Four-blade retraction Limited retraction at “introitus” (opening of vagina) Maximum retraction at cervix (tip of uterus) Advanced polymer construction (warmer than steel) The Evidence Gynecologic examination and surgery The Problems Laparoscopic Coagulation and Ligation The Problems Laparoscopic Coagulation and Ligation Small jaw opening limits vessel access The Problems...
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2010 for the course BME 102 taught by Professor Diller during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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