The problem: A reliable view of the tympanic membrane in your clinic
Our solution. A familiar digital otoscope with optimized camera location.
Obtaining a view of the tympanic membrane (ear drum) is challenging in the best of circumstances. Add in an uncooperative child with a small ear canal and partial cerumen (wax) obstruction and your chances of success diminish rapidly. We spent 5 years engineering a solution to this problem. The result is the Wispr digital otoscope. The Wispr digital otoscope is able to reliably obtain a view of the entire tympanic membrane, even in the most challenging situations.
These images illustrate the power of the Wispr as compared to traditional devices. The Wispr otoscope is able to navigate past wax and show the entire ear drum.
Traditional otoscope – partial view
Wispr otoscope – entire view
Watch the Wispr exam and see how easy it is to see the entire tympanic membrane. This is an exam of a 4 month old with significant cerumen.
Exam of a 4 month old with significant cerumen