An otoscope – also known as an ear magnifier, ear light or auriscope – is a medical instrument that is typically used to examine the eardrum and external ear canal. The type and model of otoscope you use will always be determined by your specific requirements – whether you are a veterinarian, a paediatrician or an ENT specialist.
HEINE otoscopes combine exceptional durability with the best representation quality. They are available as a lightweight and mobile pocket otoscope (the mini 3000) up to our high-end otoscope (the BETA 400). All the models, including the BETA 200, are available with either XHL (xenon halogen bulbs) or LED (light-emitting diodes) illumination.
Still undecided which otoscope is the right one for you? We’ll help you choose the right one.
Robustness, high precision and reliability are essential features that should be taken into account when buying an otoscope. But criteria such as light focus, level of detail and authentic colour rendering are decisive too.
The HEINE otoscopy compendium provides practical tips and gives an initial insight into typical clinical pictures.
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