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  1. I've got a basically new diagnostic set collecting dust and I want to get rid of. Everything works fine, including the rechargeable battery. See pictures here: https://imgur.com/a/qSe4V Only used it a few times in training; otherwise, it has been sitting in its nice case all of this time. $475 shipped to the continental USA. DM me if interested.
  2. My school is having us get equipment for our physical diagnosis classes coming up (and rotations later on) and I need some insight into what the best option is. We have to choose from a few different packages instead of buying stuff separately. Pack 1 has a 3.5V diagnostic otoscope and a 3.5V standard ophthalmoscope. Pack 2 has a 3.5V diagnostic set with a coaxial ophthalmoscope and a macroview otoscope. There is a huge price differential and they seem to be telling us that if we are unsure we should get the 2nd, more expensive option. I have obviously never used an otoscope or ophthalmoscope before, but I have heard that the first option is entirely sufficient. Can anyone who has experience with any of these give me some insight into the differences and which are preferred/sufficient?
  3. Used briefly during my MPA training. The set is 95% like new, with maybe 2-3 disposable ear specula missing. You can see detailed photos here: http://imgur.com/a/qSe4V PM me if you are interested.
  4. Howdy, I am excited to share that I will begin my Physician Assistant Studies at UTMB this July! Whoop! I have been in the process of buying all my books and necessary tools I need to begin my professional studies, but I was hoping someone here would be able to help me find a more affordable Diagnostic Set. Would someone know of anyone selling a diagnostic set (Ophthalmoscope/Otoscope)? Thanks in advance!
  5. Like new Welch Allyn panoptic diagnostic set just finished with in PA school. Excellent, lightly used, bought new from rep on campus for $895. Offering $725. More expensive b/c of the Lithium Ion handle (not the nickel - which is, frankly, much harder to use). Will ship ASAP. Send private message. 97800-MS Welch Allyn PanOptic Ophthalmoscope with 3 spot sizes: micro, small and large; split aperture, red-free and cobalt blue filters; with add-on magnifying lens MacroView otoscope with Throat Illuminator (#23820) 3.5 V Lithium Ion Rechargeable Handle -Lithium-Ion (#71960) Battery and compact Wall Charger. Set of 4 permanent (non-disposable) otoscope tips. These were never used as I always had the disposable ones from clinic. Hard Storage Case.
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