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Podiatry Drills

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Andrea Skeoch, Sep 19, 2018.

  1. Andrea Skeoch

    Andrea Skeoch Member


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    Hello to all:
    I am a clinical instructor and registered nurse in Alberta, and also a member of IPAC Canada, where we are presently working on recommendations for foot care drills in Canada. Many have used to Dremel drill in the past, but because they are not indicated for "human use", we are not continuing to recommend their use in Canada. Concerns involve the human use question, as well as dust extraction and occupational health and environmental cleaning concerns. Can anyone provide feedback/opinion on this concern?
    Much appreciated, Andrea Skeoch
     
  2. fishpod

    fishpod Well-Known Member

    ruck german product a little more professional than a dremel.
     
  3. Andrea Skeoch

    Andrea Skeoch Member

    Does it have a vacuum feature?
     
  4. fishpod

    fishpod Well-Known Member

    Don't want to seem rude but google ruck podiatry drills they are very good very expensive and have a vacuum as well as many other great features
     
  5. Andrea Skeoch

    Andrea Skeoch Member

     
  6. Andrea Skeoch

    Andrea Skeoch Member

    Thank you for your response; I presently use an Orthodox Micro air and am unfamiliar with this brand; looks very sleek in design, easy to change the filter, and very easy to clean...thanks again for your response, Andrea
     
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    Andrea Skeoch Member

     
  8. Andrea Skeoch

    Andrea Skeoch Member

    PS....have a nut allergy so can't eat them, lol
     
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