An anoscopy- is an examination using a small, rigid, tubular instrument called an anoscope ( also called an anal speculum). This is inserted a few inches into the anus in order to evaluate problems of the anal canal. A stool specimen is usually obtained in order to check for blood.
Laryngeal Mirror- reflects the inside of the mouth and throat for exam purposes. (the voice box).
Nasal Speculum- is used to enlarge the opening of the nose to permit viewing. This type of speculum may consist of a reusable handle with a disposable speculum tip, or it may be a disposable one- piece unit.
Ophthalmoscope- is a lighted instrument used to examine the inner structures of the eye.
Otoscope- is used to examine the ear canal and the tympanic membrane. The otoscope consists of a light source, a magnifying lens, and an ear speculum. An otoscope also may be used to examine the nostrils and the anterior sinuses. Like a nasal speculum, an otoscope may have disposable tips. …show more content…
It resonates at a specific constant pitch when set vibrating by striking it against a surface or with an object, and emits a pure musical tone after waiting a moment to allow some high overtone to die out.
Sphygmomanometer- Or blood pressure cuff, is a piece of equipment used to measure blood pressure typically consisting of an inflatable rubber cuff that is applied to the arm and connected to a column of mercury next to a graduated scale, enabling the determination of systolic and diastolic blood pressure by increasing and gradually releasing the pressure in the cuff.
Stethoscope- is used to listen to body sounds. It is described in more detail in the vital signs and