Rectoscopes, Proctoscopes & Anoscopes for the Clinic and Practice
For some differential diagnostic examinations, for example following the digital examination of the rectum, practitioners can use a rectoscope, proctoscope, or anoscope to allow an improved pain assessment. The endoscopic examination methods are easy to execute and deliver reliable results.
Examination of the Anal Canal Through Proctoscopy
Proctoscopy is used to examine the 2.5-4cm long anal canal. The practitioner uses a short, rigid endoscope to recognize changes in the anal region that are easily recognisable, like haemorrhoids, polyps or fissures. Additionally, the device can be used to collect samples to examine. Through the use of disposable proctoscope tubes, infections can be avoided. This also saves the time that would usually be used to clean the tubes.
Colonoscopy with a Rectoscope and Disposable Tube
Rectoscopes consisting of an endoscope with a rigid or flexible tube are often used to conduct a colonoscopy or endoscopy. The examination method is used if a patient complains of long lasting bowel problems or if blood is visible in his stool.
It displays the rectum and the mucous membrane can be assessed. Again, the disposable tubes can be used for the examination to avoid infections. Disposable plastic tubes also avoid a cold feeling and allow a homogeneous illumination of the intestine and mucous membrane, thanks to their transparent walls.
Suitable Rectoscopy Acessories at Praxisdienst
In the category "Rectoscope and Proctoscope", you can find disposable tubes to use with a proctoscope, rectoscope or anoscope. The high-quality Heine Optotechnik tubes are made of skin-friendly plastic and allow a homogeneous illumination thanks to their transparent walls and the light of the endoscope. Additionally, you can find replacement devices like a xenon-lamp or the rubber double bulb insufflator that are compatible with the Heine examination instruments.
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