NEUROLOGICAL EVALUATION TOOLS
Buck hammer: A Neurological hammer used to test reflexes and measure nerve sensitivity. This buck hammer is comprised of a dual rubber heads at the head of the hammer and a handle with a removable needle and brush for further sensitivity testing.
Taylor reflex hammer: A classic diagnostic neurological medical instrument used to test joint reflexes or bone fractures in the joints. This Taylor Hammer features a triangular rubber head with a sturdy metal handle. It is widely used by practitioners to test deep tendon reflexes.
Babinski reflex hammer: It was designed by Joseph Babiński in 1912 and is similar to the Queen Square hammer, except that it has a metallic handle that is often detachable. ... The larger mallet is used to elicit tendon stretch reflexes, and the smaller mallet is used to elicit percussion myotonia.
Wartenberg pinwheel: A medical device for neurological testing. Used to test nerve reactions (sensitivity) as it rolled systematically across the skin. Stainless steel handle with precision-machined rotating spur, providing excellent tactile feedback.
Tuning fork: Medical instrument used by healthcare practitioners to conduct auditory and neurological testing to identify underlying medical conditions. The Rinne and Webber tests can be conducted with these devices.
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