“The Wispr Digital Otoscope from WiscMed (Madison, Wisconsin) allows one to insert a small speculum into the ear canal while guiding insertion by looking at the viewing screen. One can then capture images or select images from a video and share with parents.”
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WiscMed highly recommends the book Otitis: The Expert’s Diagnostic Guide by Michael Poole, MD, PhD; Stephanie Ambrose, MD; and Matt Crawford, PA-C. With the power of the WiscMed Wispr, it is now possible to see details during clinical ear exams not previously possible. Because of this, it’s helpful to have a guide to the most common conditions you will see. Ear infections can present in many different forms, and, perhaps more importantly, some presentations can fool the examiner into thinking there is an infection when none is present.
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“I used the Wispr today to examine an ear, captured the pictures of a very abnormal drum and was able to have the patient send them to her ENT who was unable to see her in person…Very cool and incredibly helpful especially right now.”
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“…we’re now entering the third decade of the 21st century and the disruption brought about by digital health has radically changed the way one can consult with patients…,” said the Medical Futurist.
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“We have seen a strong level of physician interest in the Wispr,” stated Dr. James Berbee, founder and CEO of WiscMed, “and our clinician trials show great promise for the Wispr improving the ear exam experience for the patient, family, and physician, as well as aiding in accurate diagnosis of conditions such as otitis media.
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“The first patient I examined with the Wispr had a previously undiagnosed tympanic membrane perforation, resulting from a tympanostomy tube placed years ago!”
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“One of the advantages of this particular model is that it handles a lot more like a usual otoscope and can be attached to the rechargeable handles that are commercially available,” Dr. Wald said.
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“It is a video otoscope unlike any I’ve reviewed before. It can be used with otoscope handles from Welch Allyn and Heine, both battery and wall mounted.”