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Multipurpose Medical Camera & Scope System
The Multipurpose Camera and Scope simplifies clinical telemedicine patient exams and workflow processes. This multi-function camera and medical scope system integrates directly with our AGNES Connect telemedicine platform, delivering a seamlessly integration to capture and stream your medical images to the remote provider.
This single device is equipped with interchangeable lenses for general purpose, otoscopy, and dermatology exams, making it a simple solution for basic digital imaging needs.
- Automatically integrates with additional modules of AGNES Connect™ software to share medical images and live streaming video in real-time with the remote specialist.
- Medical camera system comes with 3 interchangeable lenses to accommodate multiple medical specialties including primary care, ear/nose/throat, and dermatology.
- Direct USB connection allows you to immediately view the medical images on a PC (eliminates the need for an SD memory card).
- 8 mega pixel CMOS image sensor captures high resolution and scaleable medical images.
- Built-in white LED illumination provides a crisp light source for clear medical images with true color representation.
- Large rear-facing touchscreen screen makes it easy to see what you are “looking at” through the lenses.
- Automatic focus (otoscope/general imaging lenses) or manual focus (all lenses)
Integration with AGNES®
Simultaneously capture and share medical device data
Exchange documents and medical images
Participate in a live video conference with the remote consulting physician
Note: There are no user fees or doctor fees associated with AGNES and unlimited receiving sites.
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