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List Of Instruments





Category: INSTRUMENTARIUM
Source: A Manual Of Peroral Endoscopy And Laryngeal Surgery

The following list has been compiled as a
convenient basis for equipment, to which such special instruments as
may be needed for special cases can be added from time to time. The
instruments listed are of the author's design.
1 adult's laryngoscope.
1 child's laryngoscope.
1 infant's diagnostic laryngoscope.
1 anterior commissure laryngoscope.
1 bronchoscope, 4 mm. X 30 cm.
1 bronchoscope, 5 mm. X 30 cm.
1 bronchoscope, 7 mm. X 40 cm.
1 bronchoscope, 9 mm. X 40 cm.
1 esophagoscope, 7 mm. X 45 cm.
1 esophagoscope, 10 mm. X 53 cm.
1 esophagoscope, full lumen, 7 mm. X 45 cm.
1 esophagoscope, full lumen, 9 mm. X 45 cm.
1 esophageal speculum, adult.
1 esophageal speculum, child.
1 forward-grasping forceps, delicate, 40 cm.
1 forward-grasping forceps, regular, 50 cm.
1 forward-grasping forceps, regular, 60 cm.
1 side-grasping forceps, delicate, 40 cm.
1 side-grasping forceps, regular, 50 cm.
1 side-grasping forceps, regular, 60 cm.
1 rotation forceps, delicate, 40 cm.
1 rotation forceps, regular, 50 cm.
1 rotation forceps, regular, 60 cm.
1 laryngeal alligator forceps.
1 laryngeal papilloma forceps.
10 esophageal bougies, Nos. 8 to 17 French (larger sizes to No. 36
may be added).
1 special measuring rule.
6 light sponge carriers.
1 aspirator with double tube for minus and plus pressure.
2 endoscopic aspirating tubes 30 and 50 cm.
1 half curved hook, 60 cm.
1 triple circuit bronchoscopy battery.
6 rubber covered conducting cords for battery.
1 box bronchoscopic sponges, size 4.
1 box bronchoscopic sponges, size 5.
1 box bronchoscopic sponges, size 7.
1 box bronchoscopic sponges, size 10.
1 bite block, 1 adult.
1 bite block, child.
2 dozen extra lamps for lighted instruments.
1 extra light carrier for each instrument.*
4 yards of pipe-cleaning, worsted-covered wire.

[* Messrs. George P. Pilling and Sons who are now making these
instruments supply an extra light carrier and 2 extra lamps with each
instrument.]





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