Oto-Dermascope is a special-purpose digital camera comprising of a high magnification polarizing lens and multiple bright LEDS for ENT and Dermatology examination. It connects with computer and mobile devices for easy image analysis and transfer via USB converters.
A dermoscopy, or dermatoscopy, is a device used by doctors to examine the skin. It is a handheld tool designed to allow the user to take a closer look at the skin and see if there are any signs of lesions or other diseases.
The dermoscopy can also be used to examine a person’s hair and nails. These machines are quite compact and extremely portable.
Dermascopes use optical magnification to allow the user to examine the patient closely. The design is similar to magnifying glasses, although modern devices can be quite complex.
Traditional dermascopes can magnify the skin up to 10 times, while video devices can easily magnify between 70 and 100 times. That is why modern devices often have a light on them, allowing the doctor to illuminate the skin during the examination.
Furthermore, Digital dermatoscopes can take pictures of the skin, allowing the physicians to examine them later and also share live and stored images with other physicians for Telemedicine consultations.
Otoscope is a device used for examining a patient’s ears. This tool also has ultra-bright LEDs to allow the doctor to carefully examine the ear canal and eardrums. One of the reasons why doctors use this device is that it can help locate problems with ears and hearing.
The most common symptoms are earache, hearing loss, ringing in the ear, dizziness, and the ear feeling full. Using an otoscope is generally painless, and it is often part of routine checkups.
An otoscope is a handheld device, and it also works as a magnifying glass. More modern versions can take photos as well.
Now that we’ve covered the basics of these two devices, it is time to talk about the latest invention in the world of diagnostics. Sojro recently introduced the Oto-Dermascope, an otoscope-dermatoscope combination that offers up to 400x magnification.
Oto-dermascope has a huge demand in Canada, especially in cities like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, Halifax, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Calgary. With the help of this digital dermascope and digital otoscope, a doctor can monitor the situation in real time or record a high-definition video for later use. While it might sound complex, Oto-Dermascope is extremely easy to use, and allows the user to easily view and store images and videos on their phones and computers.
|Lens||Dual Axis 27X and 100X microscope lens|
|Focus Range||Manual focus from 10mm to infinity|
|Magnification ratio||20X to 400X (Magnification optional 500X)|
|Light Source||8 LED|
|Power Source||5V DC from Adapter|
|Working Temperature||-20oC to + 60oC|
|Size||110mm(L) x 33mm(R)|
- 2 1 device with accessories for easy switching between Dermascope and Otoscope.
- 400 times magnification and Digital images for easy examination and diagnosis.
- Video and Still imaging for Telemedicine consultations and recording.
- Connects easily with computers through USB port and with mobile devices using USB converters.
- Applications for Windows, Mac & Android devices.