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Ear Cleaning Device.

The unique ear cleaning device provides the user with the means to dislodge ear wax from within the ear canal, capture the ear wax and then remove it from within the ear canal. Additionally, it provides the means for collecting pathological samples for bacterial cultures, pap smears, etc. Present devices used for collecting such samples are made out of wood, a material which kills many germs and bacteria, thereby interfering with the accuracy of the sampling process. The proposed device is made of plastic and is less susceptible to these faults.
If interested in licensing , purchasing the rights or entering into a royalty agreement, please contact the office of Michael L. Kroll, New York, attorney acting for the inventor Kenneth Kruglick. Fax : 800-367-7704 or phone 800-367-7774.




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