In light of our current promotion for the Welch Allyn Digital MacroView Otoscope
We wanted to review this innovative product and explore the role that digital technology is playing in the evolution of clinical otoscopy training and practice.
The Welch Allyn MacroView name is synonymous with premium quality and advanced diagnostic technology. Welch Allyn have a reputation for excellence and are globally renowned for offering the best in diagnostic medical technology across the board.
The digital MacroView otoscope is built on the foundation of the standard MacroView otoscope with the added benefits of digital connectivity. Let's take a look at the core MacroView features that makes the MacroView range such a standout.
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The MacroView otoscope offers an almost complete view of the tympanic membrane without needing to be moved around. This is approximately twice the field of vision than most traditional otoscopes provide.
In addition to an expanded field of vision, the MacroView also boasts approximately 30% greater magnification than most standard otoscopes. This makes diagnosing issues a more precise and less straining experience for doctors.
With regards to preventing eye strain, the ability to adjust the focus for variable ear canal lengths or farsighted vision is a very popular feature of the MacroView, enabling increased clarity and definition of landmarks.
The MacroView also has an insufflation port for pneumatic otoscopy.
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The Welch Allyn Digital MacroView Otoscope catch phrase is: See it. Share it. Save it.
The plug and play system requires no additional software to use and comes with all of the standard MacroView features mentioned above. In addition, the digital MacroView comes with a 3 metre long USB connector cable that can be connected to a Windows PC or laptop.
The benefits of being able to connect the device to a computer are many, here is how it works.
The image in view is directly live-streamed in real time onto the computer screen.
One benefit of this is that the computer screen provides a much larger platform from which to view the tympanic membrane. This also makes it easier view small details of tubes and hearing aids.
From this live stream, snapshot images can be taken, these can be saved to patient records and sent to other practitioners, departments or practices.
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Perhaps one of the most exciting benefits of the digital MacroView is the opportunities it presents for training and educational purposes.
The professor or practitioner can easily demonstrate technique and provide instruction while the students have a clear view of what is happening. Snapshots can also be taken and used in clinical case study assignments to test students diagnostic ability.
The integration of digital technology in the medical field is opening up a wide range of opportunities for enhancing practice and education.
The Welch Allyn Digital MacroView Otoscope is a clear example of a diagnostic product at the forefront of this digital revolution.
Valued at $1,100.25 our Welch Allyn Digital Macroview Otoscope promotion
complete with lithium-ion handle, charging pod, 3-meter cable and power transformer, is currently available for $850.00 - a saving of $250.25. Now is the perfect opportunity to invest in the future.
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