The Otoscope traces back to 1363, where the ear speculum was first described by French Physician Guy da Chauliac. In 1864 the existing Otoscope was reinvented in Germany by E. Seigle and was developed using air pressure.
The medical implement was designed to examine the nasal and aural passages and is an essential tool for ear, nose and throat (ENT) professionals and GPs. The otoscope is used to look into the ear for routine patient screenings and to check for illness and disease.
The modern day Otoscope is an instrument used by Nurses and Doctors on a daily basis and has seen many technological advances over the years. Today’s high-end, innovative tools feature LED fibre optics, adjustable focus lens, enhanced magnifiers, disposable speculums and facilities to undertake pneumatic testing for tympanic mobility.
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