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Genitourinary Instrumentation Review the following: 1. ST for the ST Textbook pp.487-490 2. Rutherford Instrument textbook Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Note: If.

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1 Genitourinary Instrumentation Review the following: 1. ST for the ST Textbook pp Rutherford Instrument textbook Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Note: If we have these items in lab you need to know them! Know cystoscope components: Missing from below is the bridge (triagular piece for irrigation and other items such as guidewires) pictured on page 57 with cystoscopy system bottom of that picture

2 Know Resectoscope components: Frey 820 Resectoscope cutting loops (come in various shapes and sizes depending on use and are disposable)

3 obturator Post-resectoscope sheath Resectoscope sheath Iglesias Working Element Resectoscope Loop Disposable Various tip types cystoscope

4 The Resectoscope Surgical uses include: GYN Endometrial bleeding, polypectomy, intrauterine adhesions & GU transurethral prostatectomy (TURP)

5 Micro Vas clips

6 Zisper meatus clamp

7 Ripstien forceps

8 GYNECOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTATION

9 Instruments found on a D & C Tray “Dilation and Currettage”

10 Heaney Sims are sharp UTERINE CURRETTES Cutting instrument for scraping Endometrial or endocervical lining Not pictured: A dull currette called the Thomas

11 Uterine Dilators Align on Back table smallest to largest Pratt dilator Tip: Note flattened center section and think “flat Pratt” Hegar dilator Tip: Note is rounded like a cigar and think “hegar-cigar” Another uterine dilator not pictured is the Hanks dilator The Hanks have rings on either end See this on page 41 of your instrument book

12 Auvard speculum Graves speculum Sims specula Single ended and double ended GYN SPECULA

13 Barret-Allen uterine (aka fork and spoon) forceps

14 Simms retractor (this one is double ended)

15 Hulka manipulator or….

16 Miller Bacon Retropubic prostatectomy retractor

17 Auvard with large glove on handle to catch blood Placed in vagina and left to hang inferiorly During vaginal access procedures such as vaginal hysterectomies

18 UTERINE SOUND Measures uterine depth Prior to instrument insertion such as a scope to prevent perforation of uterus BRAUN SINGLE TOOTH TENACULUM For grasping the cervix RANDALL STONE FORCEPS For grasping polyps or stones See in gallbladder, GU, GYN surgeries

19 Straight and curved sponge stick Note ratchets on both Placenta forceps Note no ratchets and are huge

20 Bozeman uterine packing forceps Note jaw serrations are short and like a dressing forceps

21 Jaws are cross-hatched ## for ultimate gripping of suture needle Tips are curved May see used in other surgical specialties


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