Condom without reservoir for sonography/ultrasound probe
A condom without a reservoir is a type of protective covering that is used to cover ultrasound probes during medical examinations. Ultrasound probes are used to produce images of the inside of the body, and they are commonly used for a variety of diagnostic purposes, such as obstetrical examinations, liver scans, and other imaging procedures. Condoms without a reservoir are designed to provide a barrier between the patient's body and the ultrasound probe, which helps to reduce the risk of infection and cross-contamination. They are made of a latex-free, waterproof material that is designed to be easy to apply and remove, and they are designed to fit snugly over the probe to ensure proper protection.