(Belmont, MA, May 3, 2012)---According to a recent study conducted by comScore, a leader in measuring the digital world, for the average person, using video as the preferred method of choice when it comes to learning or being informed, increased by 42% over the past 24 months.
Thanks to the development of a new technology called the DE550 Wireless Digital Video Otoscope, doctors across the globe, will now be able to educate patients with live video and instant digital images.
“Our Fireflies transmit images and video to PCs, tablets, netbooks, and televisions for easy viewing,” said Robert Leahey, Jr, director of marketing for Firefly Global. “Rather than peering through a small microscope eyepiece, physicians can view ear, nose, throat, and skin on large monitors while at the same time educating and reassuring patients with live video and instant digital images.”
The company spokesman added that its DE550 Wireless Digital Video Otoscope wirelessly captures pictures and videos, and allows anyone who uses the new technology to see more patients and reduce patient visit time.
An added benefit, Leahey stressed, is that the DE550 Wireless Digital Video Otoscope, which also comes with a wireless receiver, and disposable specula, costs approximately half the price of similar technologies—only $349.00. Similar technologies usually cost approximately $700.00.
“While our products are priced substantially cheaper, they are also convenient and affordable EMR technology, impresses patients, and allows doctors to spend less time explaining when they can easily show using video and images,” said Leahey.
Firefly’s DE550 Wireless Digital Video Otoscope, Leahey said, has been featured at recent trade shows, such as the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Academy of Dermatology.
“Firefly invests heavily in R&D and aims to serve its end-users by offering products through convenient and reliable channels,” Leahey said.
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