Alternatives to the Tenaculum, Which was Designed to Remove Bullets from Civil War Soldiers
Studies show that current Intrauterine Devices have up to a 10% expulsion rate, 210,000 perforations per year and 17.8% failed insertion rate.
Suction via knob rotation. Reduces pain. Ensures consistent placement of IUD. Eliminates bleeding.
A one handed application tool. Eliminates the need for sounding. Minimizes the risk of perforation.
Future product aimed primarily at developing nations. 90% of IUDs placed outside US. Combined with IUD and single-use Bioceptive inserter.