ophthalmoscope


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medical instrument for examining the retina of the eye

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This is done by examining the red reflection of light emerging from the eye with the ophthalmoscope held about 50 cm from the patient.
4%) had ophthalmoscope at their work place, 9 (32%) of which were non functional.
Among the variety of low-tech and high-tech methods for assessing central fields, the scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO) is the gold standard.
These include an ophthalmoscope for eye examination, an otoscope for ear examination and a laryngoscope, to insert breathing tubes for anaesthesia or resuscitation.
In the next ten years, together with Robert Henderson and Roger Lucas, he developed the first scanning laser ophthalmoscope, which revolutionised the way eye exams are carried out.
Looking into the ear canal with an ophthalmoscope will give basic information on the condition of the outer part of the ear and the drum.
A new digital ophthalmoscope about the size of a mobile phone is being created by a team led by scientists from the university in Gibbet Hill, Coventry.
Both models feature a Practitioner ophthalmoscope with a lens range of +40D to -25D; a fiberoptic otoscope; and a Dispos-a-Spec fitted with disposable specula in four size ranges.
SAN DIEGO -- A quick retinal examination with an easy-to-use ophthalmoscope helped family physicians better select which diabetic patients to refer for evaluation of diabetic retinopathy Dr.
The Welch Allyn PanOptic Ophthalmoscope is like the wide-angle lens for eye care specialists.
Optometrists and ophthalmologists can visualize a patient's nerve head by peering into the front of the eye with an ophthalmoscope, and they can photograph the delicate structure to obtain a record of its condition.
5v Halogen Coaxial Ophthalmoscope and the 11730 AutoStep 3.
Today the fundus camera is commonly replaced by a second laser for imaging, which is known as an adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscope.
Contract Awarded for:Supply of indirect ophthalmoscope
Equipped with scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO) technology, it enables practitioners to identify retinal issues clearly and precisely, even when working with small pupils of 1.