TotalExam® 3 Camera

HD / Modular / Sleek

The TotalExam® 3.2 combines excellent HD image quality, intuitive design and versatility to take your telemedicine imagery needs to a new level of high definition imagery.

 

The TotalExam 3.2 has interchangeable attachments and accessories, allowing a wide variety of medical evidence collection applications in fields such as teledermatology, ophthalmology, and family medicine.

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  • Superior Image Quality: Delivers crisp, clear HD images utilizing an 8 LED carousel, white balance and adjustable brightness. Provides smooth video with 60 frame-per-second and the clearest still image using count back freeze frame analysis.
  • Adaptability: USB 3.0 connectivity makes the TotalExam 3 a true plug-and-play general examination camera, with the ability to be easily used with laptops, tablets as well as examination stations.
  • Intuitive Design: A pivoting head, intuitive button locations and improved ergonomics makes it easier to capture hard to reach images.

VARIABLE POLARIZING HOOD (VPH)

The Variable Polarizing Hood (VPH) is an instrument that eliminates unwanted glare from surfaces that are being examined using the TotalExam® 3.2.

The Variable Polarizing Hood (VPH)

It attaches to the end of the TotalExam®
3.2 and allows the user to control
the amount of light reflecting off the
examination area.

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GlobalMed is about as customized and individual as you can be. They go in and literally assess the need. What specialties do you need this technology for, whether it be a stroke or pediatrics or tele-dermatology, and then they customize the product to those needs.

Garfield JonesVice President of Sales, REACH Call

I can do everything but touch the patientI see a lot of the studies that say telemedicine is equivalent to being there. But, I actually think there is a case for saying at times telemedicine is better than being there.

Kathleen WebsterMD, Loyola University Health System