Kiwi® Complete Vacuum Delivery System

Kiwi® Complete Vacuum Delivery System

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Try the New Kiwi e-Simulation!

Practice vacuum assisted delivery scenarios today! Learn the 5-step technique used during a Kiwi vacuum assisted delivery following our step-by-step guide. Practice on 6 different fetal positions including cesarean section and receive immediate performance feedback.

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The Kiwi Complete Vacuum Delivery System

  • PalmPump™ Technology puts complete control in the hands of a single operator
  • Traction Force Indicator measures the force exerted during traction
  • Flexible Stem enables the cup to be placed over the flexion point no matter the position of the fetal head
  • Disposable for convenience and safety
  • Low Cup Profile for ease of insertion
  • Kiwi is DEHP Free

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Part Number Description Units/Box
VAC-6000M OmniCup- Flexible stem, low-profile cup for safe and effective use in all fetal head positions 5/box
VAC-6000MT OmniCup- Same as above WITH Traction Force Indicator to measure the force exerted during traction 5/box
VAC-6000S ProCup-Rigid stem, soft flexible cup designed for use with low occiput anterior 5/box
VAC-6000C OmniCup- Flexible stem, extra-low profile designed specifically designed for use in C-sections 5/box

What Our Customers Are Saying

I have been using the Kiwi cup for many years and I like the fact that I can use it for rotational deliveries as well as achieving a vaginal delivery without the need for an episiotomy. When applied correctly, it is a fantastic instrument.

Miss. Syma Ahmed

Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist, Wrightington Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, UK

What Our Customers Are Saying

I have been using the Kiwi for many years in assisted vaginal birth and its slim design allows its use in experienced hands without the need for episiotomy. I have found it to be a safe, reliable device with good ergonomics which comfortably fit a female hand. In my role as supervising its use by more junior colleagues I find the pressure gauge invaluable as this provides visual feedback about the degree of traction being delivered enabling me to advise the trainee to adjust and reducing the risk of pop-off.

Dr Cathy Monteith

Chairperson, Junior Obstetrics & Gynaecology Society (JOGS), Ireland