IUDs (sometimes called coils) are small plastic devices of varying shapes and sizes, which are placed in the uterine cervix entrance (womb) to prevent pregnancy.
In order to insert or remove IUDs the doctor needs for this process instruments such as: Palmer clasping forceps, scissors, anatomic Kelly forceps and measuring gauge. The procedure of inserting or removing an IUD is simple, yet sometimes uncomfortable for the patient.
- Female friendly
- Large grip loops for easy work
- No metal parts
- Latex free
- Clear view through speculum
- Disposable - for single use
- Cost effective
- Available sterile, and can be sterilized by ETO, gamma, and autoclave
- Made of medical approved materials