The hysteresis set includes a tool used to perform hysterosalpingography. Hysterosalpingography is a type of non-stationary video imaging of the uterus and fallopian tubes performed with X-rays.
The hysterical set allows for an X-ray contrast image of the cervix and fallopian tubes and a simple test of openness.
Take the fallopian tube.
The following is a brief explanation of hysterosalpingography:
What is hysterosalpingography or HSG?
The uterus is one of the most important components of the female body that is the place where the fetus is kept and fed during pregnancy. Like other organs, this organ may be in trouble and may need to be identified, diagnosed, or treated.
Other important components of this part of the female body are the fallopian tubes that carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus.
When any of these components are impaired, we will need a diagnostic procedure including hysterosalpingography.
In this method, using contrast material and x-ray aid, it is possible to investigate the causes of infertility (intrauterine adhesion, fibroids, polyps, etc.) and to identify possible disorders. Infertility can have many different causes:
Genetic problems (such as structural abnormalities in the uterus)
Polyps or uterine tumors
Fallopian tubes obstruction
Therefore, it is important to use hysterosalpingography to diagnose uterine problems.
Germany’s Hystero Richter set
The hysteresis set includes a tool that provides hysterosalpingography. This set includes:
20 cc syringe for injection
Manu meters from 0 to 200 mm Hg
Center and end pieces All tools in this set are coated with chrome metal and are of high strength and quality.
In many cases, these coatings show corrosion after some use, indicating that the coating is non-standard.
The new Middle Eastern medicine company guarantees this set with a two-year warranty, with the original German Richter set.