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Champaign, IL 61820
The FDA-cleared OtoSight™ Middle Ear Scope is the only technology capable of visualizing through the eardrum to assess middle ear fluid directly and non-invasively. Current tools used to diagnose fluid in the middle ear can be difficult to use reliably in squirming or crying children, and rely heavily on user expertise to interpret a simple image or measurement of the eardrum.
Designed to eliminate subjectivity and speculation, the simple-to-use OtoSight Middle Ear Scope helps to determine the presence or absence of fluid in the middle ear, characterize the type of fluid, the fluid’s density, and can do all of this even in the presence of ear wax.
OtoScan of the Middle Ear
OtoSight is indicated to visualize the presence or absence of fluid, and evaluate the turbidity of middle ear effusion, even in the presence of cerumen.
High-quality digital otoscope
Provides you with two views in
a format easily shareable with
patients/parents or into the
CPT Codes for Insurance Billing
We have CPT codes for the OtoSight Scan workflow that enable separate billing to insurance for use of this device.
Do you love new technology to improve your patient’s care? Then the Trailblazer Program is for you! Space is limited! We are partnering with innovative clinics to provide early access to the newly released technology.
Be a part of a limited group of early adopters with dedicated service and support, including on-site onboarding and training.
Enjoy a no charge trial period to confirm the workflow, patient benefits, and overall delight in your practice. Our team will work with you to offer a customized acquisition model that fits the unique needs of your practice. We also offer co-marketing support to utilize OtoSight to draw more patients and enhance the cutting edge image of your practice.
Our Trailblazer Program includes personalized training of your coding and billing staff on the submission of 0485T and 0485T. OtoSight includes third party support to aid with reimbursement.
Ear infections have traditionally been diagnosed with the use of an otoscope, essentially a penlight and magnifying glass developed over 150 years ago. Traditional otoscopy offers a high-level of variability and subjective observation based on the clinician experience and patient cooperation.
There has been no way to see beyond the eardrum into the middle ear without making an incision in the eardrum or, in the case of tympanometry, make a seal of the ear canal.
The simple-to-use OtoSight Middle Ear Scope helps to determine the presence or absence of fluid in the middle ear and to characterize the type of fluid, measure the fluid’s density, and can do all of this even in the presence of wax.
OtoSight Middle Ear Scope easily fits into and optimizes your current workflow. It’s a quick exam and works in the same manner as a standard Otoscope exam except you’re getting twice the information.
The American Academy of Pediatrics AOM guidelines state that fluid must be present in the middle ear to definitively diagnose Acute Otitis Media (also known as AOM). This buildup of fluid and pressure in the middle ear is the direct result of a microbial infection that would, in many cases, be treated with antibiotics. However, determining if there is fluid in the middle ear is difficult today because the tools currently available measure or view the eardrum only, rather than measuring the potential fluid directly. In the current paradigm of care, the eardrum is observed as a proxy for middle ear health.
The OtoScan objectively helps to determine the presence or absence of fluid in the middle ear, characterize the type of fluid, visualize the fluid’s density, and can do all of this even in the presence of significant wax.