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According to CDC*, Major reasons for infection transmission in patients were inadequate cleaning, improper selection of a disinfecting agent, and failure to follow cleaning and disinfection procedures for medical devices.
* Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention.
Bloodborne diseases, such as Hepatitis, can be transmitted when using the same metal pinwheel on different patients (even when "sterilized").
Chrome plated Wartenberg pinwheels are likely to rust over time, potentially causing your patients harm.
Rust on chromed pinwheels
Metal pinwheels' sharp spikes can cause injury and draw blood.
There are a number of infections that can be transferred by skin or blood contact, such as common warts, shingles, Herpes simplex or other fungal infections.
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WHAT IS A NAD PINWHEEL?
NAD (NEURO-AIDE DISPOSABLE) PINWHEEL
IS A SINGLE-USE DISPOSABLE DEVICE FOR STANDARD NEUROLOGICAL TESTING.
Some examples of testing are:
Cutaneous sensory and pain perception responses
Reactivity and sensitivity of skin and nerves
Aids medical professionals in diagnosing nerve damage when rotating pinwheel over any area of the body.
Ergonomic handle for precise control of the device.
Rotating pinwheel attached to handle.
Measures 3"L x 1"W x 1"H.
Made of plastic. Recyclable.
A GUIDE TO THE WARTENBERG PINWHEEL
The NAD Pinwheel, which is a pinwheel neurological testing device, provides a disposable solution in aiding professionals in the diagnosing of nerve damage.
It is used by rolling the Wartenberg Pinwheel over the problem area of the body. Its ergonomic handle design and compact size make it easy to handle and appropriately use while performing a wide variety of tests, such as pain perception responses or reactivity and sensitivity of skin or nerves. No sterilization is needed, there is no possibility of cross-contamination since the product is single-use, and it's made in the United States.
There is an assortment of professionals that could benefit from the use of such a device. The Wartenberg Pinwheel saw widespread use in Germany before being accepted into the United States by chiropractors, orthopedists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, physical therapists, and more.
The pins, which are found along the circumference of the wheel, are used to stimulate nerves across the skin as it is rolled. The NAD Wartenberg Pinwheel is capable of performing these tests, and also address the concerns regarding the hygiene of the tool. Since it is a single-use and dispose of the device, it ensures that each one remains sterile and the medical professional will avoid cross-contamination.