- Disposable, sterile and ready to use
- Unique speculum designed to:
- Lock in place with eyelid pressure
- Allow unrestricted view
- Open and close with ease
- Speculum available in two sizes
- Neonatal speculum (N6501) ideal for ROP exam
- Two-sided depressor with innovative texture intended to gently grip the conjunctiva
- Not made with natural rubber latex or plasticizer DEHP
- Individually packaged
This product is not available in the EU. Ocular exams can prove frustrating, but Neotech’s Ocular Exam Kit (OEK) avoids some common complaints. First, it’s unlikely to dislodge as so many other brands do, thanks to its reliance on pressure from the eyelids. Additionally, it’s a sterilized disposable option that can be available at a moment’s notice. By eliminating the need to re-sterilize, the OEK is not only convenient for clinicians but cost-effective as well. Available in two sizes to accommodate preemies to pediatrics.
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Step 1 Move sliding arm to closed position.
Step 2 Insert curved blades under margins of upper and lower eyelids.
Step 3 Move sliding arm to open eyelids to desired spacing and release.
Step 4 Use depressor to assist in visualization.
Step 5 Slide sliding arm to closed position and remove curved blades from eyelid margins.
Step 6 Discard speculum and depressor.
Repeat steps above with second speculum and depressor.
Caution: To prevent cross contamination, use one set of instruments per eye.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
The Neotech Ocular Exam Kit is intended to assist in ocular examinations.
CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
The Neotech Ocular Exam Kit should only be used while the patient is under the continuous, direct supervision of healthcare professionals.
To prevent cross contamination, use one set of instruments per eye.
Excessive pressure to the eye may cause trauma to the conjunctiva.
Do not use if package is open or damaged.
Do not use a single speculum and/or depressor on both eyes.
Single patient use only.