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Ophthalmoscopes for Sale in Australia
An Ophthalmoscope, also known as a Fundoscope, is a handheld medical diagnostic device used to inspect the retina or fundus and other interior structures of the eye.
Ophthalmoscopes are used during eye examinations to screen for eye disease or other health conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure. They may also be used as part of a routine physical examination.
General Practitioners, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists may all use an Ophthalmoscope.
An Ophthalmoscope contains a number of components in order to provide the practitioner with a clear view of the fundus. Viewing Window: Allows the physician the view the fundus of the eye. Refraction Adjustment Wheel: Adjusts to your own and patient’s eyesight. Aperture Adjustment Wheel: Allows the physician to change the colour and shape of the light source for different diagnostic purposes. Light Adjustment Collar: Allows you to adjust the light intensity.
PanOptic Ophthalmoscopes are at the higher end of the price scale due to their having up to 20 times greater view of the of the eye and a massive increase in magnification. It provides a significantly larger view of the retina with significantly less skill required. Prices for the Welch Allyn PanOptic Opthalmoscope Head range from about $700-$1200.
The next model down is a Coaxial Ophthalmoscope which is the most common Ophthalmoscope used by medical professionals. It is the most common Ophthalmoscope included in Diagnostic Kits. Prices for the Welch Allyn Coaxial Ophthalmoscope Head start from around $350-$400.
The most cost effective Ophthalmoscope on the market is the Pocket LED Ophthalmoscope thanks to its smaller more compact size and less filter options. Prices for Welch Allyn Pocket Ophthalmoscopes start from about $180.