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Video Otoscopes - Resources

Terms: Otolaryngology, Telemedicine, Evaluation, Telehealth, Otoscope

Barriga F, Schwartz R, hayden G. Adequate Illumination for otoscopy. Variations due to power source, blub and head and speculum design. Am J Dis Child 1986;140L1237-1240.

Birkmire-Peters, D., Peters, L., & Whitaker, L. (1999). A usability evaluation for telemedicine medical equipment. Telemedicine Journal: The Official Journal Of The American Telemedicine Association, 5(2), 209-212.

Burgess, L., Holtel, M., Syms, M., Birkmire-Peters, D., Peters, L., & Mashima, P. (1999). Overview of telemedicine applications for otolaryngology. Laryngoscope, 109(9), 1433-1437.

Eikelboom RH, Atlas MD, Mbao MN, Gallop M. Teleotology: planning, design, development and implementation. J Telemed Telecare 2002;8(Suppl 3):S3:14–17.

Eikelboom, R. H., Weber, S., Atlas, M. D., Quan, D., Mbao, M. N., & Gallop, M. A. (2003). A tele-otology course for primary care providers. Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare, 919-22.

Goldenberg, D., & Wenig, B. (2002). Telemedicine in otolaryngology. American Journal of Otolaryngology, 23(1), 35-43.

Heneghan, C., Sclafani, A., Stern, J., & Ginsburg, J. (1999). Telemedicine applications in otolaryngology. IEEE engineering in medicine and biology magazine : the quarterly magazine of the Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society, 18(4), 53-62.

Hofstetter, P., Kokesh, J., Ferguson, A., & Hood, L. (2010). The impact of telehealth on wait time for ENT specialty care. Telemedicine Journal And E-Health: The Official Journal Of The American Telemedicine Association, 16(5), 551-556.

Holtel, M., & Burgess, L. (2002). Telemedicine in otolaryngology. Otolaryngologic Clinics Of North America, 35(6), 1263-1281.

Ibekwe, T., Adeosun, A., & Nwaorgu, O. (2009). Quantitative analysis of tympanic membrane perforation: a simple and reliable method. The Journal Of Laryngology And Otology, 123(1), e2.

Kokesh, J., Ferguson, A., & Patricoski, C. (2010). Preoperative planning for ear surgery using store-and-forward telemedicine. Otolaryngology--Head And Neck Surgery: Official Journal Of American Academy Of Otolaryngology-Head And Neck Surgery, 143(2), 253-257.

Kokesh, J., Ferguson, A., Patricoski, C., & LeMaster, B. (2009). Traveling an audiologist to provide otolaryngology care using store-and-forward telemedicine. Telemedicine Journal And E-Health: The Official Journal Of The American Telemedicine Association, 15(8), 758-763.

Kokesh, J., Ferguson, A., Patricoski, C., Koller, K., Zwack, G., Provost, E., & Holck, P. (2008). Digital images for postsurgical follow-up of tympanostomy tubes in remote Alaska. Otolaryngology--Head And Neck Surgery: Official Journal Of American Academy Of Otolaryngology-Head And Neck Surgery, 139(1), 87-93.

Lundberg, T., Westman, G., Hellstrom, S., & Sandstrom, H. (2008). Digital imaging and telemedicine as a tool for studying inflammatory conditions in the middle ear--evaluation of image quality and agreement between examiners. International Journal Of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 72(1), 73-79.

Mathew N., M., Robert H., E., Marcus D., A., & Mark A., G. (2003). Evaluation of Video-Otoscopes Suitable for Tele-Otology. Telemedicine Journal & E-Health, 9(4), 325-330.

Mbao, M., Eikelboom, R., Atlas, M., & Gallop, M. (2003). Evaluation of video-otoscopes suitable for tele-otology. Telemedicine Journal And E-Health: The Official Journal Of The American Telemedicine Association, 9(4), 325-330.

Melcer, T., Hunsaker, D., Crann, B., Caola, L., & Deniston, W. (2002). A prospective evaluation of ENT telemedicine in remote military populations seeking specialty care. Telemedicine Journal And E-Health: The Official Journal Of The American Telemedicine Association, 8(3), 301-311.

Patricoski C, Kokesh J, Ferguson AS, et al. A comparison of in-person examination and video otoscope imaging for tympanostomy tube follow-up. Telemed J E Health 2003;9: 331–344.

Patricoski, C., Kokesh, J., Ferguson, A., Koller, K., Zwack, G., Provost, E., & Holck, P. (2003). A comparison of in-person examination and video otoscope imaging for tympanostomy tube follow-up. Telemedicine Journal And E-Health: The Official Journal Of The American Telemedicine Association, 9(4), 331-344.

Pepper, J., Jackson, R., Crumley, R., & Wong, B. (2006). Design of a low-cost, USB-compatible, otoscope image-capture system. The Laryngoscope, 116(12), 2224-2226.

Quantitative analysis of tympanic membrane perforation: a simple and reliable method. (2009). Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 123(1), 0.

Sclafani, A., Heneghan, C., Ginsburg, J., Sabini, P., Stern, J., & Dolitsky, J. (1999). Teleconsultation in otolaryngology: live versus store and forward consultations. Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, 120(1), 62-72.

Smith, A. C., Perry, C., Agnew, J., & Wootton, R. (2006). Accuracy of pre-recorded video images for the assessment of rural indigenous children with ear, nose and throat conditions. Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare, 1276-80.

Smith, A. C., Williams, J., Agnew, J., Sinclair, S., Youngberry, K., & Wootton, R. (2005). Realtime telemedicine for paediatric otolaryngology pre-admission screening. Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare, 11(8), 86-89.

Smith, A., Dowthwaite, S., Agnew, J., & Wootton, R. (2008). Concordance between real-time telemedicine assessments and face-to-face consultations in paediatric otolaryngology. The Medical Journal Of Australia, 188(8), 457-460.

Smith, R. (2002). The digital camera in clinical practice. Otolaryngologic Clinics Of North America, 35(6), 1175-1189.

Ullah R, Gilliland D, Adams D: Otolaryngology consultations by real-time telemedicine. Ulster Medical Journal 2002, 71(1):26-6.

Using the ENT Scope/Video Otoscope. University of Hawaii, 2001.

W.S. Jones, Video otoscopy: bringing otoscopy out of the ‘‘black box’’, Int. J. Pediatr. Otorhinolaryngol. 70 (2006) 1875—1883.

Xu, C. Q., Smith, A. C., Scuffham, P. A., & Wootton, R. (2008). A cost minimisation analysis of a telepaediatric otolaryngology service. BMC Health Services Research, 81-10. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-8-30

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