Ophthalmoscopy in Veterinary Practices
Ophthalmoscopy is a valuable diagnostic aid in veterinary medicine. The ophthalmoscope is used in veterinary medicine for direct ophthalmoscopy. This method can be used to assess the vitreous humor, the retina and the optic nerves of the eye in order to detect diseases of the back of the eye, inflammation of the blood vessels or the nervous system. Early diagnosis of eye diseases is enormously important to prevent the possible loss of vision or even the removal of the eye.
Large Selection of Ophthalmoscopes
Discover, for example, the practical HEINE BETA 200 VET Otoscope/Ophthalmoscope Set. This diagnostic set consists of a BETA 200 ophthalmoscope and the BETA 200 VET otoscope as well as the accompanying 3.5 V battery handle including rechargeable battery and charger, reusable ear specula, a spare bulb for each instrument and a zipped case. This set offers precision optics and enables ophthalmoscopy even with narrow pupils.
We also offer the Welch Allyn Elite Coax-Plus Ophthalmoscope in this category. This has 68 lenses and six apertures. The ophthalmoscope offers a particularly large field of view due to the Coax-Plus optics system and ensures realistic colours of the inner eye structures by means of the HPX halogen lamp. The filter for lens opacities ensures optimal viewing of the eye even with this or other visual impairments.
A popular classic direct ophthalmoscope is the HEINE mini 3000 ophthalmoscope. This ophthalmoscope has 18 lenses, five apertures and a choice of Xenon Halogen or LED HQ technology for optimum illumination of the eyes and concentrated white light.
For the examination of the anterior segment of the eye we provide the HEINE HSL 150 Handheld Slit Lamp. The slit size can be infinitely adjusted and a blue interference filter can be switched on for corneal examination.
Do you have any questions about the ophthalmoscopes in this category or do you need a special model? Our friendly customer service will be happy to help. Feel free to get in touch via e-mail, phone or convenient live chat.
Editors: Elisa May, Sam Selzner