A diagnostic set is a set of medical tools used
 to diagnose patients by examining the ears, eyes and throat. The set may
 consist of a single powered handle with different attachments that can be
 switched out to examine different areas, or it may consist of two separate
 devices, an ophthalmoscope and an otoscope 

Benefits & Features

A diagnostic set is comprised of medical instruments that are
 used to look into the eyes, ears, nose, and throat. Most diagnostic sets will
 include one instrument with interchangeable parts that can be used for each of
 the four elements. However, some diagnostic sets will have the ophthalmoscope an
 instrument used just for the eyes as a separate part. Due to its space-saving
 case, a pocket diagnostic set is ideal for domiciliary and ward use,
 practitioners on the move, or as a backup instrument.


Contents of a Diagnostic Set :


  • Universal Handle
  • Otoscope
  • Ophthalmoscope
  • Reusable Speculas
  • Disposable Speculas
  • Spare Bulbs


Diagnostic Set