Facilitate the most realistic training experience in ear examination.

 

  • Simple to set up and use
  • Soft, flexible, and realistic pinna and ear canal
  • High-resolution digital display
  • Easy-to-use digital control for 48 ear conditions
  • Examination cover to hide displays of condition numbers
  • Sleep mode to conserve power
  • Includes rigid carrying case, mains adapter with worldwide plug fixings, and instruction manual

 

Ear conditions:

 

  • Normal I
  • Normal II
  • Earwax (cerumen)
  • Swimmer’s osteoma
  • Fungal ear I
  • Fungal ear II
  • Acute viral ear
  • Acute secretory otitis media I
  • Resolving secretory otitis media
  • Acute secretory otitis media II
  • Acute secretory otitis media III
  • Perforation following an acute suppurative otitis media (ASOM)
  • Childhood glue ear
  • Glue ear in a child with a dermoid cyst in the eardrum
  • Adult glue ear
  • A standard ventilation tube in the membrane
  • Infected mini grommet with otitis externa secondary to a mucus discharge
  • Permanent ventilation tube in place
  • Large perforation of the tympanic membrane
  • A posterior perforation of the tympanic membrane
  • 2 small traumatic perforations following a blow to the ear
  • Subtotal perforation of the tympanic membrane
  • Perforation with tympanosclerosis
  • Grommet scar healed
  • Tympanosclerosis of tympanic membrane
  • Posterior retraction
  • Retraction onto long process of the incus
  • Retraction with loss of long process of the incus and keratin trail
  • Retraction with loss of long process of the incus
  • Posterior retraction pocket onto jugular bulb and with middle ear fluid
  • Retraction with early keratin buildup
  • Childhood attic retraction
  • Deep attic retraction
  • Attic retraction accumulation keratin - underlying cholesteatoma
  • Extensive accumulation with cholesteatoma in middle ear
  • Wet cholesteatoma
  • Clean dry reconstructed mastoid cavity
  • Old style mastoid cavity with residual cholesteatoma
  • Mastoid cavity with fistula into lateral semicircular canal
  • Congenital cholesteatoma
  • Large congenital cholesteatoma
  • Ear canal cholesteatoma I
  • Ear canal cholesteatoma II
  • Keratosis obturans
  • Glomus tympanicum tumors
  • Glomus jugulare tumor
  • Foreign bodies
  • Aural polyp

Digital Ear Examination Trainer - LIGHT

SKU: SB52823U
$5,690.00Price
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