Taylor Hammer – ENT Surgical Instrument (RI-900-11)

The Taylor Hammer, a staple in neurological examinations, is a diagnostic tool designed to assess reflexes and nerve reactions. This instrument features a distinctive design, with a triangular-shaped rubber head on one end and a pointed tip on the other. The rubber head is used to evoke superficial reflexes, while the pointed end is employed for testing deep tendon reflexes. Typically lightweight and easy to handle, the Taylor Hammer allows healthcare professionals to precisely tap specific areas on the body, such as tendons and joints, to observe and evaluate the body’s neurologic responses. Its versatility and effectiveness make it an essential component in neurological examinations, aiding in the diagnosis and monitoring of various neurological conditions.