Buck Hammer With Needle and Brush– ENT Surgical Instrument (RI-900-09)

The Buck Hammer is a specialized medical instrument used in neurological examinations to assess reflexes and nerve responses. Its design typically consists of a dual-sided hammer with a soft, rubber head on one side and a pointed tip on the other. The rubber head is used to elicit superficial or cutaneous reflexes, while the pointed end is employed for testing deep tendon reflexes. Neurologists and healthcare practitioners use the Buck Hammer to tap specific areas on the body, such as tendons and joints, to observe and evaluate the involuntary muscle responses. This tool is valuable in diagnosing neurological conditions and monitoring the functionality of the nervous system, contributing to a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s health.