Horus HD Digital Scope System

Series 2

Versatile Telemedicine Diagnostic Scope

Designed specifically for telemedicine, the Horus Scope places remote physicians virtually in the room with patients.  The scope utilizes interchangeable attachments making it ideal for ENT, dermatology, ophthalmology, audiology and other general exams.

Live Stream Video

Utilize the Horus Scope with VisuWell to live stream video and images to distant site providers, placing them virtually with the patient.

Touchscreen Control

Touchscreen and conveniently located controls make this system extremely user-friendly. Most functions can be controlled with just a thumb or index finger.

1080p High Definition

1080p High Definition video and images are captured and displayed on the 3.5” full-color LCD display.


 

Horus Scope Lens Attachments

 

Otoscope Attachment

The otoscope attachment for the Horus Scope system is used for viewing images of the tympanic membrane and auditory canal.  This attachment has built-in LED technology providing excellent illumination and color reproduction.  It is designed to use a variety of ear specula including Heine and Welch-Allyn, both in adult and pediatric sizes.  The otoscope also has the Pneumotoscopy capability and has an insufflator bulb included.

Surface Lens

The surface attachment for the Horus Scope system is used for viewing close-up, highly magnified images of the skin.  This attachment has built-in LED technology providing excellent illumination and color reproduction.  This lens also has built-in polarization technology that reduces skin reflection and allows deeper views into epidermal layers.  In addition, the surface attachment has a ruler located at the contact point so areas of concern may be accurately measured.

General Viewing Lens

The General Viewing attachment for the Horus Scope system is used to meet a variety of needs that require wider angle views of the body.  This attachment has built-in LED technology providing excellent illumination and color reproduction.  Some common uses for this optical lens would be wide-angle views of burns, viewing the teeth and mouth, and any other areas of the body that a basic examination may be required.

Fundus/Ophthalmoscope Lens

The Non-Mydriatic ophthalmic attachment for the Horus Scope system is used to capture images of the Fundus including the optic nerve.  This attachment uses both IR and LED technology to easily capture images without the requirement of dilation.  By utilizing both of these technologies, the Horus Scope not only provides crisp, clear images of the fundus, but the images are very easy to capture.  In addition, the scope provides a 40-degree field of view of the fundus giving the user a large field of view with which to examine.

Anterior Chamber Lens

The Anterior Chamber attachment for the Horus Scope system is used for viewing cornea, anterior segment, and scleral areas of the eye.  The lens incorporates standard LED and cobalt blue light, often referred to as a woods lamp, for viewing corneal defects.  This lens gives the user a highly magnified, high-resolution of the anterior segment.

Endoscope Interface Lens (C-Mount)

The Endoscope Interface lens or “C-Mount” connection is an attachment in the Horus Scope system which allows you to connect any new or existing endoscopes to the Horus Scope.  Nearly all endoscopes, rigid or fiber optic, will connect to the Horus Scope when utilizing the lens.  This is ideal for a facility that already has endoscopes or a particularly specialized endoscope that they wish to use for telehealth.

Dental Lens

The dental lens attachment for the Horus Scope system is used for viewing the oral cavity and teeth.  This attachment has built-in LED technology providing excellent illumination and color reproduction.  It is designed to use a disposable mirror (sold separately) which is disposed of after each patient.  The lens rotates 360º for proper orientation to be maintained.

Surface Lens – Series 2 Handle Only

The surface attachment for the Horus Scope Series 2 handle is used for viewing close-up, highly magnified images of the skin (20mm view).  This attachment has built-in LED technology providing excellent illumination and color reproduction.  When attached to the Series 2 handle, this lens offers polarization technology which reduces skin reflection and allows you to see deeper into epidermal layers. In addition, the surface attachment has a ruler located at the contact point to accurately measure areas of concern.

Anterior View Attachment

The anterior attachment for the Horus Scope system is used for screening the cornea, anterior chamber, posterior chamber, and lens. This attachment may help identify cataracts, keratopathy, and conjunctival lesions. This attachment allows for different illumination angles, working distances, and focal ranges.