Pulptester - pulp vitality tester

€101.96 brutto

A practical and wireless device for testing pulp vitality for use in any dental office. Easy operation with just one button. It has a digital LCD display indicating the current power.

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  • Pulptester DY310 (pulp meter) - a practical and wireless device for testing pulp vitality for use in any dental office.
  • Easy operation with just one button.
  • The kit includes 4 hooks to attach to the lip.
  • The device is powered by a popular 1 battery type 6F22 - 9V (the battery is not included in the set).
  • It has a digital LCD display indicating the current power.
  • 3 levels of work intensity: High, Medium, and Low.
  • Automatic shut-off after 3 minutes.
  • The device generates delicate impulses that slowly increase their intensity.
  • If the patient feels a stimulus, immediately release the button and the pulses will stop being generated, the result will be frozen on the display.
  • The device generates pulses on a scale from 0 to 80:
    • 0 - 40 - the tooth pulp is alive,
    • 40 - 80 - pulp inflamed,
    • > 80 - dead pulp.
  • Simple operation:
    • isolate and dry the tooth,
    • inform the patient to give you a signal when he starts to feel some impulses running through the tooth,
    • apply a dot of toothpaste or other gel as a guide to the surface,
    • put the electrode into the device and the wire hook. The electrode can not touch the gum because there will be a reading error,
    • put a hook on the lip, apply the electrode to the tooth (into the paste) - the device will emit impulses, wait for the patient's reactions,
    • on the display, the indicator will show the intensity of the impulses sent (up to 39 will be green, over 40 red which indicates the need for root canal treatment),
    • stop testing how the patient will start to feel stimuli.
  • Weight: 220 g.
  • Size: 186 x 38 x 24 mm.
  • Warranty: 1 year.
  • Included:
    • 4 lip clips,
    • 2 electrodes (longer and shorter),
    • 1 receiving wire,
    • 1 device without batteries,
    • instruction.

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