Why EASY SMEAR - EasySmear

Why EASY SMEAR

Why EASY SMEAR

Even if the person using Easy Smear is not a gynecologist, he/she will be able to trust that he/she has reached the right area and taken samples from the right area, thanks to the design of Easy Smear.

Even if the person using Easy Smear is not a gynecologist, he/she will be able to trust that he/she has reached the right area and taken samples from the right area, thanks to the design of Easy Smear.

It provides great convenience to women who are uncomfortable with the use of a vaginal speculum, especially those suffering from vaginismus.

Since vaginal narrowing occurs due to hormone deficiency in women who have gone through menopause, Easy Smear provides great convenience for these women as well.

If a woman does not complain of vaginal discharge, does not have breakthrough bleeding, or there is no condition that requires viewing with a vaginal speculum, taking samples with Easy Smear by a gynecologist will increase the comfort of the examination. For this reason, it is a method that can be preferred in routine examinations.

Reliable

Sterilized for single use, designed for tissue contact.

Sensitive

The brush tip structure can quickly collect the desired swab. No risk of irritation to tissues.

Practical

Its design prevents the brush from taking swabs from different parts of the genital area in the process of reaching the cervix. It does not require the application of a speculum for complete swabbing.

Convenient to use

If the user is not in the analysis environment, the cell in which the brush tip is left extends the time to reach the test environment thanks to the protective solution.



Why Tapered Tip Brush?

Its surface area is larger than the pine type and mascara type, and also, due to the higher bristle density at the brush tip, its cell reception capacity is higher. Due to its shape, its ability to protect the cells taken is higher than other brush types.

In a study about to be published, it was seen that both endocervix and ectocervix cells were obtained sufficiently in 100% of the patients.