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Rent, Lease or Lease-To-Own Indirect Ophthalmoscopes

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Indirect Ophthalmoscope rentals

Considerations when renting or leasing a indirect ophthalmoscope
Most indirect ophthalmoscopes feature small-pupil capability features, and have a comfortable and adjustable headset for patients to easily slip into. There is also sleek magnification ability, allowing the examiner or ophthalmologist to see directly inside the eye’s fundus.  Other features of the indirect ophthalmoscope include:
  • Condensing lens
  • Bright illumination
  • A large field of focus
  • Stereopsis
The indirect ophthalmoscope has many lenses for adjustment, and can offer up to 15 times (or more) magnification capabilities. Indirect ophthalmoscopes have a tilting feature that allows the examiner to move the small device with ease, in a way that is quick and painless for the patient. The light source is typically a halogen or LED light, which is bright enough to greatly illuminate the area of the eye. The visual optics features of the indirect ophthalmoscope is sealed with an agent to protect it against dirt or dust. 
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Keeler All Pupil Indirect Ophthalmoscope

The ALL PUPIL is 20% lighter and more comfortable than the traditional design. The contemporary headband conforms to your head evenly with no pressure spots and the redesigned ratchet adjustment keeps ...
Lease as low as
$42.17/month

Heine 180 Indirect ophthalmoscope

A full-featured instrument at an economical price. Precision spherical HEINE optics. Corneal and iris reflexes are eliminated. XHL Xenon Halogen Technology. Bright, white light. Clear retinal image. R ...
Lease as low as
$33.73/month

How indirect ophthalmoscopes work

An indirect ophthalmoscope is shaped like a headband with a flashlight attached to it. It slips on to the patient’s head, and the examiner looks through the visual optics screen or lens. These devices are much better for scanning for abnormalities than direct ophthalmoscopes, as indirect ophthalmoscopes give a much broader range and much deeper reach than their direct counterparts. Some indirect ophthalmoscopes are monocular, while others are binocular. These devices give the examiner a great view of the retina, with a field of vision that can reach all the way up to Ora serrata. Typically, the ophthalmologist will be able to see through the retina even if they are clouded by cataracts; this is a testament to the power of the light included in this flashlight-like device. The device typically looks through the pupil by dilating it, making it easy for the ophthalmologist to access the structures behind it. 

About indirect ophthalmoscopes

Indirect ophthalmoscopes are necessary for thoroughly examining the health of the patient’s optic disc, retina, vitreous humor, and other structures within the eye. The examiner can use eye drops to dilate the eye, or they can achieve an ophthalmoscopy exam without the use of dilation. Indirect ophthalmoscopes produce a negative or reverse image, contrary to that of a direct ophthalmoscope. 

Indirect Ophthalmoscope Manufacturers

  • Welch Allyn, Inc.
  • US Ophthalmic
  • Oftas
  • Keeler
  • Iridex
  • Heine
  • Gilras
  • Alltion
  • And many more

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