ADC Adstation 5612 Ophthalmoscope
Opthalmoscopy (also called as fundoscopy) is one of 3 routine tests done by an eye doctor. Pediatricians and general practitioner tend to perform an opthalmoscopy in routine physical exams. This test involves the use of unique lenses and bright, direct light to offer an excellent view of the back of your eye - mainly, the optic disc, retina and blood vessels. What can an opthalmoscopy detect? This check can reveal or rule out many different issues that manifest in the back of your eye, some more serious than others. If an ophthalmoscopy appears normal, your optician will see a normally functioning retina and blood vessels that show no signs of concern. If a doctor sees something unusual, it may be the result of issues like:
- Retinal detachment
- Retinal inflammation due to viral issue
- Optic nerve disease
- Macular degeneration
- Melanoma of the eye, or rare type of cancer
ADC Adstation 56122 Ophthalmoscope
Opthalmoscopy, also known as fundoscopy, favor to the type of testing specific to eye checks that permits a healthcare expert to view within the fundus of the eye. The ophthalmoscope, sometimes referred to as a fundoscope, is one of a multitude of tools by medical and doctors experts to check the eye. An ophthalmoscope is not the same thing as an otoscope. Features of an ophthalmoscope An ophthalmoscope is famous as a coaxial optical system in which the axis of illumination coincides with the axis of vision into the retina. In other words, the ophthalmoscope gets rid of the shadows in a way that permits for a perfect fundus check despite the naturally little size of the pupil. It is a standard tool in any well-stocked medical supply closet. ADC Adstation 56122 ophthalmoscope is one of the tools heavily used in medical practices. There are 2 types of ophthalmoscopes: ophthalmoscope, indirect or PanOptic ophthalmoscope. A direct ophthalmoscope generates an upright image of the heart of the retina at about 15x magnification. A PanOptic ophthalmoscope generates an inverted picture of the retina at about 2x to 5x magnification. An ophthalmoscope has the following specs: Rheostatic switch This control switch power the lights source and permits the practitioner to manually adjust the brightness of the halogen light. Aperture The aperture selection filter or disc dial permits ophthalmoscope to be used for different objectives by modifying how much light is permitted via the lens.
ADC Diagnostix 5112N Ophthalmoscope
The ADC 5112N pocket diagnostic ophthalmoscope specs a 2.5v Xenon light source for real tissue color and long lasting lamp performance as well as nineteen lenses ranging from -20 to +20 diopters for excellent resolution. The ADC 5112N pocket ophthalmoscope provides five different aperture selections including big spot, little spot, semicircle aperture, fixation aperture, and a red-free filter. The ADC 5112N Ophthalmoscope specs an illuminated magnified lens dial and comes with a pocket clip with integral off/on switch for ambidextrous use. Made from ABS plastic, the ADC pocket ophthalmoscope is run by 2 AA batteries and provides a perfect rubber brow rest to stop scratching eyeglasses. The ADC 5112N pocket diagnostic ophthalmoscope comes with a spare lamp and lifetime standard performance promise on optics. Features of the Diagnostix 5112N ADC Ophthalmoscope
- 5 aperture selections (little spot, big spot, fixed, semicircle, and red-free filter).
- Nineteen viewing lenses from -20 to +20 diopters for excellent resolution
- Rubber brow rest
- Illuminated magnified lens dial
- Pick from 2.5V xenon or LED lamp for real tissue color
- Your choice of color: gray, burgundy, black, royal blue, green or purple
- Choice of case: soft case or hard case
- Two AA batteries for each tool
ADC Diagnostix 5412 Ophthalmoscope
An important part of any diagnostic set, an ophthalmoscope is used to check the back of the eyes. These are 2 key types of ophthalmoscopes - the traditional direct standard attachment and Welch Allyn PanOptic head. Each of these also comes in several editions that provides different specs even within the same type. Generally speaking, the standard direct ophthalmoscope applies a halogen light to illuminate the cornea for real tissue color and a polarizing filter to virtually illuminate corneal reflection. The filters and apertures can be combined in different pairs to check different parts of the eye. Anyway, the number of filters, apertures, and lenses that come with the standard direct attachment change depending on how advanced it is. The PanOptic attachment are more costly, but also a lot more strong. This design uses a patented latest design known as Axial PointSource optics which permits the users to more simply enter little pupils. The technology also offers a field of view of the fundus that is 5 times bigger than ever before achieved with a standard ophthalmoscope in an undilated eye. PanOptic ophthalmoscope uses LED light gathered with a half-moon or slit aperture to illuminate the eye. The tub of the device permits you to work 6 inches from the patient’s eye for better comfort. Latest versions also added red-free and cobalt-blue filters. The standard direct ophthalmoscope and Diagnostix 5412 ADC Ophthalmoscope is generally fine for nurses, doctors and other clinicians just starting out, but those expert in ophthalmology practices many want to consider upgrading to a PanOptic attachment.
ADC Proscope 5210 Ophthalmoscope
The ADC 5210 Proscope ophthalmoscope set has an included bayonet locking for each tool head, which are interchangeable. The set specs C sized battery handles with a knurled finish. The handle also specs a rheostatic top intensity control with an infinite, continuously variable control. Eat set contains auto-clavable, polypropylene ear specula in 2.5mm, 4.5mm sizes, 3.5mm sizes, as well as nylon, zippered, carry case. Set is run by two C cell batteries. The Otoscope head specs a removable 3x magnifying lens, and insufflator fitting. Otoscope ADCs contain an adapter to permit use with Welch Allyn or compatible disposable specula. The Ophthalmoscope head has an integrated lens wheel spec twenty-four corrective lenses from -25 to + 40 diopeters. Proscope 5210 ADC Ophthalmoscope features
- Opthalmoscope head with lens wheel specs twenty-four corrective lenses from - 25 to + 40 diopeters
- Otoscope head with removable 3x magnifying lens, with insufflator fitting
- Welch Allyn disposable Polyproylene ear specula in 2.75mm and 4.25 mms sizes are safe, perfect and economical.
- Bayonet head locking mounts for safe connection to the battery handle
- C cell run battery handle with rheostatic off/on switch
- Adapter to permit use with Welch Allyn or compatible disposable specula
- Auto-clavable, polypropylene ear specula in 2.5mm, 4.5mm, 3.5mm sizes
- Complete in zippered case with fitted insert that is scratch and scuff resistant and cleans simply
- Checked, assembled, and packaged in the America, from foreign components
- Batteries not added
ADC Proscope 5212 Ophthalmoscope
Proscope 5212 ADC ophthalmoscope specs viewing lenses from -25 to +40. The Ophthalmoscope also contains 6 different apertures: large circle, fixation, slit, micro spot, little circle, and half moon, as well as 3 different filters; polarizing, cobalt, and red free. With twenty-four filter/aperture mixtures and diapoter wheel with twenty-nine corrective lenses for better versatility the Ophthalmoscope is perfect for general practitioners, doctors, and ENTs. Each Ophthalmoscope has an integrated metal bayonet fitting for fast release of tool heads. Other specs contain a high performance aspherical condenser lens decreases corneal reflection, wonderful design and integral thumb rest, and synthetic rubber brow rest for eyeglasses. The battery handle top half screw off to show a wall plug which recharges the handle in a standard electrical socket. The Ophthalmoscope handle mechanically shuts off after two to save power. A rheostatic light intensity control offers infinite, continuously variable control. The handle is chrome pleated back handle with a ribbed gripping area. Proscope 5212 ADC Ophthalmoscope specs
- Bayonet head locking mounts for safe link to the battery handle
- Ophthalmoscope head with lens wheel specs twenty-four corrective lenses from - 25 to +40 diopeters
- Comes with zippered nylon storage case
- C cell run battery handle with rheostatic off/on switch
- Checked, inspected, and packaged in the U.S.A from foreign parts
- Batteries not added
- 1 year warranty
Diagnostix 54122 ADC Ophthalmoscope
The ADC Digagonstix 54122 3.5V portable Coax plus ophthalmoscope contains the ophthalmoscope head, a plug-in rechargeable Li-ion battery handle, and a zipped padded case for nylon. The top half of the handle unscrews to access the wall plug which is accessible in the Euro or US fittings. Pick from Xeno/halogen or high performance AdLED illumination. The Ophthalmoscope is handled, battery-run device having illumination and viewing optics intended to check the media and the retina of the eye. It is intended to be used by a professional healthcare expert. Each Ophthalmoscope has an integrated metal bayonet fitting for fast release and ease of use. Other specs contain a top performance aspherical condenser lens which decreases corneal reflection. The ophthalmoscopes ergonomic design with inside thumb rest and a synthetic rubber brow rest for eyeglasses it designed for most users’ relaxation. Accessible in either LED or xenon illumination options. Xenon/Halogen gathers insert gas technologies offering a bright white light and chill color temperatures. The LED offers a color temperature of 400K matched to 3200K of the halogen. The LED bulb life is also 100,000 hours matched to just 20-30 hours for xenon/halogen. Its high quality allows for a rare need for a repair of the ADC Diagnostic 54122 ophthalmoscope. Features
- Top performance aspherical condenser lens decreases corneal reflection.
- Additional reduction offered by utilizing parallel observational and illuminating light beams
- Wonderful design and internal thumb rest better stability and permits one-finger control of all features.
- Dust proof
- Synthetic rubber brow rest features use with practitioner eyeglasses
- Illuminated, magnified aperture viewing window
- Anti-theft locking spec is standard
- Universal bayonet mount for compatibility with other brands of 3.5 V power supply handles.
- Twenty-eight filter/aperture mixtures for improved dialogistic capability.
- Secondary targeting wheel with zero retention for fast correction of ametropias, offer virtually unlimited perfect focus or quick focus in lieu of the eighteen viewing lenses.
- The addition of a Karo aperture that permits for simple transfer of observations to standard karo paper.