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2. ALL THE BRANDS IN ONE PLACE 3. PROMO #1 PanOptic Ophthalmoscope with Blue Filter and Lens - English Instructions only 11820. Lithium-Ion Handle (No Pod) 71900 Welch Allyn iExaminer Adapter for PanOptic Ophthalmoscope 11840 Soft Case for PanOptic Ophthalmoscope Diagnostic Set 05815-M 4. PanOptic Ophthalmoscope withBlueFilter and Lens - EnglishInstructionsonly 11820. Lithium-Ion Handle (No Pod)71900. WelchAllyn iExaminerAdapter for PanOptic Ophthalmoscope 11840-SoftCase for PanOptic Ophthalmoscope Diagnostic Set 05815-M ONLY POSSIBLE ON WWW.MERCOFRAMES.COM TEL:312-962-1100- SALES@MERCOFRAMES.COM 5. 3.5 V Lithium Ion Rechargeable Handle Half the weight of traditional 3.5 V handles Fits all Welch Allyn 3.5 V Instrument Heads 120 minutes of on-time (compared to 60 minutes for standard NiCad handles) Made of sturdy CYCOLOY engineering resin Low-battery indicator Lithium ion battery technology that has no memory effect AC charging module is easily removable from the handle and has retractable AC prongs (model 71900 only) Optional charging well adapter allows the handle to be charged in consoles or 71110 Desk Charger. CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS 1. Remove instrument head. 2. Insert T-stud on the AC Charging Module into the T-slot on the Battery Section (Figure 2). Rotate 90 in either direction. T-stud will lock into place. 3. To expose prongs, depress lock Button on the AC Charging Module (Figure 1). With the Lock Button depressed, slide Sleeve toward Rheostat Section. 4. Plug into standard (110-120v 50/60 Hz) wall outlet. Charge for 18 continuous hours to charge a dead battery. . 6. 3.5 V Lithium Ion Rechargeable Handle 5. Battery may be charged after partial discharge without negatively affecting overall battery memory (unlike Ni-Cad cells). 6. Do not attempt to use the instrument during charge, the instrument will not operate. When charging is complete remove the handle and charger from outlet. For longest service, do not leave AC Charging Module plugged into a power outlet without a handle attached. 7. Slide sleeve back over prongs. The Lock Button will click when prongs are fully hidden. 8. Remove AC Charging Module from the Battery Section if desired. NOTE: The battery section is not shipped fully charged. For maximum performance charge the battery section for 12 - 16 hours when battery section is new or after a long period of inactivity. LOW BATTERY INDICATOR 1. The Low Battery Indicator will illuminate several minutes before handle shuts off depending on the age of the battery (Figure 1). 2. Once the battery is fully discharged, the Low Battery Indicator may flicker. 7. 3.5 V Lithium Ion Rechargeable Handle BATTERY REPLACEMENT Removing the Battery Section: 1. Hold the instrument handle firmly by the Battery Section 2. Turn the Rheostat Section counterclockwise until it detaches from the Battery Section. Replacing a New Battery Section 1. Insert the Rheostat Section into the new Battery Section. 2. To connect the two sections, turn the Rheostat Section clockwise until tight. 3. Verify the Rheostat Section is secure on the Battery Section of the instrument handle. CLEANING The cleaning of all Welch Allyn power handles can be easily accomplished by wiping the external surface with a cloth dampened with a mild detergent and water solution, 70% isopropyl alcohol, or a 10% bleach solution (by volume). Do not immerse. NOTE: Excess solution entering the assembly could damage internal components. Use caution to ensure cloth is not saturated with solution. Do not sterilize the 719 Series Power Handle . 8. 3.5 V Lithium Ion Rechargeable Handle . Model Number: 71900 Dimensions: 7.5 Long x 1.125 Diameter (Max.), 5.4 Long without AC Charging Module Weight: 7.1 oz, 4.5 oz without AC Charging Module Typical Charge Time: 18 hours (fully discharged) Typical Discharge Time:110 minutes (for new battery) 05815-M Welch Allyn PanOptic Diagnostic Set Soft Case Measures 4-3/4" L x 2" W x 7" H. Weighs about 3 oz.. 9. PanOptic 11820. The PanOptic Ophthalmoscope Transparency of the cornea, lens and vitreous humor permits the practitioner to directly view arteries, veins, and the optic nerve of the retina. Direct observation of the structures of the fundus through a PanOptic Ophthalmoscope may show disease of the eye itself or may reveal abnormalities indicative of disease elsewhere in the body. Among the most important of these are vascular changes due to diabetes or hypertension and swelling of the optic nerve head due to papilledema or optic neuritis. In this sense, the eye serves as a window through which many valuable clinical evaluations may be made. When a preliminary diagnosis of an imminently dangerous eye condition, such as acute (angle-closure) glaucoma or retinal detachment, is made by the examiner, prompt referral to an eye specialist may prevent irreversible damage. Or, when distressing but less urgent conditions, such as visual impairment due to cataract or vitreous floaters, are recognized, the patient can be reassured and referred. 10. PanOptic 11820. Ophthalmoscope with Blue Filter and Lens - English Instructions only 11820. Dimensions: 5.125L x 1.4W x 3.750H without eyecup Eyecup 1.45L Weight: .48 lbs without eyecup - .50 lb with eyecup Apertures and Filters There is a wide range of practical apertures and filters to select from: small spot, large spot, micro spot, slit aperture, red-free filter, cobalt blue filter (optional), and half-moon aperture (optional). 11. 1. Small Aperture: Provides easy view of the fundus through an undilated pupil. Always start the examination with this aperture and proceed to micro aperture if pupil is particularly small and/or sensitive to light. This position is the Home position on the aperture dial and is denoted by the green marking. 2. Large Aperture: Standard aperture for dilated pupil examination of the eye. 3. Micro Spot Aperture: Allows easy entry in very small, undilated pupils. 4. Slit Aperture (Models 11810, 11820 only): Helpful in determining various elevations of lesions, particularly tumors and edematous discs. 12. 5. Red-Free Filter (Model 11810, 11820 only): This filter excludes red rays from the examination field: this is superior to ordinary light in viewing slight alterations in vessels, minute retinal hemorrhages, ill-defined exudates and obscure changes in the macula. The nerve fibers become visible and the observer may note the disappearance of such fibers, as in optic nerve atrophy. The background appears gray, the disc appears white, the macula appears yellow, the fundus reflex is intense and the vessels appear almost black. This filter is also used to help distinguish veins from arteries; veins stay relatively blue, but oxygenated arterial blood makes arteries appear blacker. This greater contrast makes differentiation easier for the examiner. 6. Cobalt Blue Filter (Model 11820 only): In conjunction with fluorescein dye applied topically to the cornea and an add-on magnifying lens (included), this filter is helpful in detecting corneal abrasions and foreign bodies. In this way, it can be used as a surrogate to a Woods Light. 7. Half-Moon Aperture (11810 Only): Provides a combination of depth perception and field-of view. 13. Attaching and Use of Corneal Viewing Lens for PanOptic Ophthalmoscope 1. Remove the patient eyecup and insert the Corneal Viewing Lens into the patients side of the instrument. Push and twist in one motion until you feel the two lock together. Verify that the line on the lens housing is aligned with the top seam of the PanOptic instrument. Note: the lens itself is intentionally tilted on an angle within its housing. This is done to prevent glare from interfering with the exam. 2. When using the Corneal Viewing Lens, no contact is made between the scope and the patient. Start with the focus wheel set to 0 (zero) and place the scope about 6 from the patients eye. With the light shining on the cornea and looking through the scope, adjust the focus wheel into the green (plus) diopters while moving the instrument slightly toward (closer) or further away (out) from the patient until a comfortable working distance and magnification of the cornea is achieved. 14. Cleaning and Repair Instructions Cleaning and repairs (with exception of the lamp replacement) beyond what is specified in the general cleaning instructions section should be performed at the factory. General Cleaning Instructions NOTE: Excess solution entering the optical assembly could damage internal components. Use caution to ensure cloth is not saturated with solution. This is a precision optical instrument. Please follow these specific cleaning requirements: Do not use any solvent based cleaners on the lenses. Use only the supplied cleaning cloth on the lenses. The PanOptic Ophthalmoscope is Non-sterilizable. Disinfect housing using soft cloth moistened with alcohol. Clean the Patient Eyecup by any of the following methods: 1. Soft cloth/cotton swab moistened with alcohol. 2. Soaking in gluteraldehyde based solutions (i.e. Cidex OPA). NOTE: For disinfection time / procedure requirements it is recommneded that you follow the directions of the specific brand you are using. 3. Autoclaving. Do not use acetone based products or other harsh chemicals. No other preventative maintenance is necessary for this product. 15. ACCESSORY AND REPLACEMENT PARTS PanOptic Ophthalmoscope 16. Item|No. |DescriptionProduct# 1CornealViewingLens (modelno.11820only) 11875 2PatientEyecups(Packageoffive (5)each118092) 11870 3PatientsSideBumper118051 4Lamp03800 5ChromeRing118027 6PractitionersSideBrowRest118052 7CleaningCloth(notshown)11873 17. iExaminer Adapter The new Welch Allyn iExaminer turns the PanOptic Ophthalmoscope into a mobile digital imaging device allowing you to view and take pictures of the eye like you've never done before. The adapter aligns the optical access of the PanOptic Ophthalmoscope to the visual axis of the iPhone 4 or 4S camera to capture high resolution (5/ 8 megapixel*) pictures of the fundus and retinal nerve. The iExaminer App then allows you to store the pictures to a patient file or email and print them. And, because the PanOptic Ophthalmoscope provides a 5x larger view of the fundus than a standard Welch Allyn ophthalmoscope and 25 field-of-view without having to dilate the pupil, the fundus imaging can happen anytime, anywhere. - See more at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OquYBLMvhcU http://www.mercoframes.com/product/iexaminer-panoptic 18. 11840 Adapter 19. CONTACT US FOR PRICES AND FREE SHIPPMENT INSIDE THE UNITED STATE!! 20. MERCOFRAMES.COM WWW.MERCOFRAMES.COM 21. LINKS TO FOLLOW AND SHARE www.mercoframes.com Skype: salesmercoframes https://www.facebook.com/Mercoframes https://twitter.com/MercoframesOpti http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mercoframes- optical/34/a29/a51 http://mercoframes.blogspot.com/ https://plus.google.com/100567867809190730656/posts http://mercoframes.wordpress.com/ https://www.tumblr.com/login?redirect_to=%2Fblog%2Fmercoframes http://pinterest.com/mercoframes/ http://www.youtube.com/mercoframes https://www.slideshare.net/mercoframes 22. 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