medrx usb video otoscope

MedRx Announces Launch of USB Video Otoscope

Audiometric equipment company, MedRx Inc., has launched a new USB video otoscope. MedRx was founded 26 years ago with video otoscope technology and introduces the latest generation of video otoscope technology. The MedRx Video Otoscope integrates into their software to provide high quality images that save inside of your Noah database.

The new video otoscope was designed for single-handed use

The MedRx Video Otoscope has been designed for single handed use. The new design includes an image capture button integrated into the body of the otoscope.  MedRx also knows that video otoscopes are used in cerumen management. The narrow body design allows for handheld curettes to easily navigate around the otoscope. This new design uses plug and play USB technology making the video otoscope easy to install and use.

The size of the video otoscope makes this a good option for traveling between clinics or in any office. 

MedRx’s otoscope software has many features that allow users to record videos, take images, print custom reports and integrate with many office management systems. The software can display live video feeds to show patients their eardrum and allows for an effective counseling tool in helping patients understand that wax is not a factor in their hearing loss. 

The MedRx Video Otoscope can be a great addition for telehealth systems. When combined with the MedRx software and teleconferencing tools, providers can view/display eardrum images while maintaining webcam interactions. 

Professionals interested to learn more about the video otoscope or other MedRx products, can visit medrx-usa.com or call 888-392-1234.

 

Source: MedRx

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