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What is requried to conduct an examination

What are the contents of the SAFE kit?

The SAFE kit contains the protocol and checklist to be followed by the examiner, a manual to guide the examination and a box containing all materials required for the examination.

Contents Of The Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence (SAFE) Kit include:

-Manual Checklist
-Paper Envelopes
-Sterile Swabs
-Comb (Medium /Small)
-Nail Cutter
-EDTA vaccutainer (2mL)
-Sodium fluoride vaccutainer
-Double Oxalate Tube
-Syringe (10cc)
-Distilled water (5mL)
-Disposable Gloves (Size 6)
-Glass slide
-Scissors (Small)
-Disposable Speculum
-2% 30 gm tube of sterile lignocaine jelly
















Infrastructural requirements for the examination of victim / accused include:


-Torch
-Microscope
-Colloscope if available
-For sealing
-Cytofix spray
-Surgilube
-Mala D packs in pharmacy
-Lac stick
-Doll
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