Loading...

CYTOLOGY BRUSH

Mfd. by :- (Fulfilled By : Magicine Pharma)

Cytology Brush

SAFE AND SECURE


Magicine Pharma is registered with the Government Of NCT, India, Ministry Of Health in Government of Delhi, India, registration number DL-RAJ-122372 and as a wholesale distributor, department file No. 44208.

Check Availability in your country

GLOBAL SUPPLY

Similar Products

  • Bilbao Dotter..
  • AV Fistula..
  • Urine Strip..
  • Tubal Recannulation Kit..
  • Foreign Body Retrieval Forceps..
  • Filariasis (IgG/IgM)..

DESCRIPTION

  • :

Specifications 

Model No: CBH-019

Brush (O.D) 2 mm & 3 mm

Name: Cytology Brush

Length: 180cm and 240cm

Usage: Collection of cell samples 

Manufacturer: Avanos

Types

  • Disposable

  • Reusable 

Product Description

This medical equipment is used to collect cell samples from the upper and lower gastrointestinal tracts and bronchi. Cytology Brush is designed for maximum sample collections with stiff bristles and it also includes a plastic tube and metalhead for closure. This brush is sterile and disposable that aids in health issues related to the digestive system. For better diagnostic results Cytology Brush can be moved forward easily to the desired site through the endoscope.

FAQs

Q1. What is a Cytology Brush?

Ans. This medical device is used to collect cell samples from the upper and lower gastrointestinal tracts and bronchi. It is equipped with nylon bristles and radiopaque distal end caps. The unique design of the Cytology brush helps in collecting the maximum sample. 

Q2. Who performs the procedure?

Ans. This technical procedure is performed by the lab technician to minimize the complications associated with the use of Cytology Brush. 

Q3. What is the length of the Cytology Brush?

Ans. The length of Cytology Brush is available in 2mm brush in 180cm length or 3mm brush in 240cm.

Side effects 

The following are the adverse effects associated with the use of the Cytology Brush: 

  • Perforation

  • Septicemia/Infection

  • Hematoma

  • Allergic reaction to contrast medium

  • Hemorrhage

  • Pancreatitis

  • Cholangitis

Above Content has been reviewed by Professionals