Differences Between Electronic & Regular Otoscopes
Digital otoscopes are enlarged to the screen through a camera, and can be seen more carefully, which makes it easier to diagnose the disease. Ordinary otoscopes are observed directly through the doctor's eyes through the otoscopes, but the clarity is not enough, and the digital otoscopes are more accurate and safe.
The difference is mainly in two aspects:
first, the digital otoscope is that the operator can see the situation in his own ear canal, and the traditional ear mirror is to help the person you check see the situation in your ear canal, which he can not see; second, the digital otoscope can see more clearly than the traditional ear mirror, and the digital otoscope can be matched with a near-focus camera and a high-brightness LED. The picture seen by the lamp is incomparable with the traditional ear mirror.
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