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ProductsOphthalmic Diagnostic Set
Company Welch Allyn Medical Products
Item Ophthalmic Diagnostic Set
Features 
  • The ophthalmoscope's Coaxial-Plus Optical System enables maximum coaxial viewing for enhanced visibility and uniform illumination.
  • With its newly designed precision optics, the Coaxial-Plus Ophthalmoscope provides easier entry into an undilated pupil than ever before -- leading to more accurate diagnoses.
  • Its neutral filter provides the ideal amount of Halogen HPX light for entering healthy eyes without unwanted reflex.
  • Its opacity setting provides the brightest Halogen HPX light for easy entry into eyes with cataract or other media opacity.
  • It offers 68 lenses.
  • The retinoscope's Halogen HPX lamp provides 40% more light output than conventional halogen lamps.
  • This greatly enhanced illumination produces the sharpest retinal reflex, making refractions easier than ever.
  • Its crossed-linear polarizing filter eliminates 99% of glare from trial lenses, helping you perform a more precise exam.
  • Its continuously rotating external focusing sleeve improves comfort and maneuverability.
  • Its dust-free design keeps the optics cleaner for more effective examinations.
  • It comes with fixation cards to perform dynamic retinoscopy.
  • You can perform spot retinoscopy with the change of the lamp.
  • This set includes a fiber optic Finnoff Transilluminator for checking pupil reflex.
  • This general fiber optic examination light eliminates patient discomfort in transillumination of frontal and maxillary sinuses.
  • Offering several different ways to charge and power your instruments, you get a desk charger unit, two Lithium-Ion well charging handles delivering twice the on-time at half the weight of conventional NiCad power handles, plus the convertible handle (runs off NiCad rechargeable or C-cell batteries).
  • Description Quality and technological innovation are standard in all Welch Allyn diagnostic sets. Exclusively created for Optometry students, the 18335-SDS combines the superior optics of the 3.5V Coaxial-Plus Ophthalmoscope, the superior illumination of the Halogen HPX Retinoscope, the cool halogen illumination of the Finnoff Transilluminator, and the full range of power handle options.
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