Using an Ophthalmoscope
To use an ophthalmoscope, you will first need to confirm that device is completely charged and working rightly. Turn on the power switch to ensure the light comes on. Remove the aperture cover and look via the ophthalmoscope to ensure everything is perfect.
After picking your light and aperture settings, you will target the instrument using the focusing wheel. The zero setting is the baseline. The green/positive numbers are used to target on things that are near to you and the red/negative numbers are used to target on things that are further away.
Now it is time to find and check the retina. Darken the rooms and ask the patient to look at the back wall in order to dilate the pupil. Place the scope against your right eye and cheek and then look into the patient’s right eye. If things look burry, adjust the targeting wheel until they are clear.
Sometimes an item breaks down and it is time to send your Diagnostix 5412 ADC Ophthalmoscope for repair. Ophthalmon is full of highly trained technicians able to tackle any issue your ophthalmoscope may have.