Three basic and separate clinical examination procedures involve asking the patient to open up his mouth. The E-Spatula concept strives to streamline the process of doctors' checkup processes, facilitating each of these tests with one primary action.
What designers Xu Kun, Wu Bei, Qiao Song, Tang Ya and Bao Haimo have done is combine a digital thermometer, a tiny flashlight and a tongue depressor into one instrument. The medical practitioner can investigate the back of a person's throat by simply pushing down on the back of the tongue with the tool, switching on the little bulb and taking a peek inside.
The prolonged contact of the E-Spatula with the patient's mouth is sufficient to gather his body temperature. The innovative invention thus cuts down on the time, the effort and the implements necessary for examining people, and maintains sanitation with disposable tip covers.
E-Spatula is a 3-in-1 Diagnostic Tool to Increase Checkup Efficiency
1. Multifunctional Medical Devices - There is an opportunity for developing medical devices that can perform multiple procedures at once, making medical examinations more efficient and convenient.
2. Innovative Diagnostic Tools - Developing diagnostic tools that use new technology or have unique features could make medical examinations more accurate and reliable.
3. Sanitization Solutions - Creating products or systems to maintain sanitation and hygiene in medical environments can reduce the risk of infection for both medical staff and patients.
1. Medical Device Manufacturing - Manufacturers of medical devices could explore developing multifunctional devices that can make medical examinations more efficient and convenient for healthcare professionals.
2. Diagnostic Tool Development - Companies that develop and sell diagnostic tools for medical professionals can innovate and create new products that provide unique features and better accuracy.
3. Medical Sanitization Products - Businesses can create innovative sanitization products or systems that maintain hygiene in medical environments and reduce the risk of infection for both patients and staff.