USB Otoscope

USB Otoscope provides twice the field of view of other otoscopes, providing nearly a full view of the tympanic membrane. The USB Otoscope uses fiber optics, which means no reflections and no obstructions during a patient exam. USB Otoscope is simple to use as it is fully automatic (including pre-focused) and similar to non-video models. With the unique single cord setup, just plug it in and begin.

Bundled with GlobalMed’s video conversion package, the USB Otoscope provides a streamlined solution to share high-quality images during videoconferencing. When used with eNcounter®, GlobalMed’s Store and Forward Solution, images can also be shared from the USB Otoscope. Reduce concerns and increase compliance with treatment plans by easily acquiring images and sharing them with your patients.

USB Otoscope

Features

Perform Everyday Exams Quickly and Efficiently
The USB Otoscope features advanced optics that increase magnification while giving you close to full view of the tympanic membrane, which virtually eliminates the need for panning. The easy-to-focus MacroView allows for enhanced visualization to aid in seeing past wax, locate fluid behind the eardrum and even perform exams without your glasses.

  • Tip grip for secure fastening of ear specula along with ejection feature for disposal.
  • Fiber optics produce cool light with no reflections, no obstruction.
  • Small size makes for easier transport.
  • Ability to adjust focus for variable ear canal lengths.
  • Built-in insufflation port for pneumatic otoscopy.
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