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A Message From The WiscMed Team About COVID-19

The COVID-19 virus continues to advance around the globe and across the United States. The WiscMed team is taking all advised precautions with our staff. We continue to take online orders and ship Wispr devices and speculum to our customers. Should the evolving circumstances dictate that we suspend shipping, we will continue to take orders online and then ship devices and speculum at the earliest possible date. Our founding team of emergency physicians is hard at work delivering care during this pandemic. We wish everyone good health as we work through this challenging period together.

Watch our video to see the benefits of the Wispr Digital Otoscope during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Introducing the Wispr Digital Otoscope

The innovative Wispr® Digital Otoscope by WiscMed® delivers unparalleled views of the eardrum in even small or partially obstructed ear canals, helping to make your exams more comfortable, faster, easier and more accurate.

The Wispr enables PPE-friendly ear exams by allowing you to maintain more distance from the patient during the exam. Featuring an integrated LCD touchscreen, thin disposable specula and built-in nano camera, the Wispr represents a significant advancement in otoscope technology. You’ll appreciate the improved view of the eardrum as well as familiar touch-and-sweep functionality. And, your patients will appreciate that you’ll be able to capture and share images and video right in the exam.

The Wispr Digital Otoscope is optimized to operate with the following power options: Welch Allyn® 71000-A, 71900 & 71670 rechargeable handles; Welch Allyn 767, 777 & Connex® wall transformers, Heine BETA 4 71000-A, 71900 & 71670 rechargeable handles and Heine EN 100 Wall Transformer. (required, not included)

Seeing is believing. Each Wispr Digital Otoscope purchase carries the Wispr 30-day Buy & Try Guarantee. If you don’t agree that the Wispr improves your ear exam experience, simply ship the Wispr back to WiscMed within 30 days of purchase. Your purchase will be refunded in full, no questions asked.

The Wispr Will Change How You View Otoscopy

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News + Insights


WiscMed Adds Wispr Pediatric Mode Software Upgrade

July 27, 2020

WiscMed Adds Wispr Pediatric Mode Software UpgradeJuly 27, 2020Madison, Wisconsin based WiscMed LLC, maker of the innovative Wispr digital otoscope, has done it again with a new pediatric patient interactive software...

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Pediatric ED Receives Donation of Next-Generation Wispr Digital Otoscopes

April 16, 2020

WiscMed donated nine Wispr Digital Otoscopes to the University of Wisconsin Pediatric Emergency Department. The WiscMed founders are all associated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health as well as...

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First Wispr® Production Units Ship

February 25, 2020

Innovative new device may prove helpful in Acute Otitis Media (AOM) diagnosis Madison, Wisconsin-based healthcare technology company, WiscMed LLC, shipped the first production units of their new Wispr Digital Otoscope. The...

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“It’s a brave new world. I think the Wispr changes the face of OM (Otitis Media) diagnosis. Parents are awed by seeing the ear. They seem to love it and are amazed. Residents love it as well and it shows great possibilities as a teaching tool.”

Dr. Ari Cohen

Chief, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Massachusetts General Hospital