Integrated with the iPod Touch are Canfield's exclusive optics and lighting technologies that when combined, offer a handheld dermatoscope that is outstandingly versatile, ideal for advanced mobile dermoscopy.
Viewed through the high-resolution touch screen display, the VEOS App enables your DS3 to provide image previews, digital capture, lesion tagging, database management and more.
VESO DS3 comes with both polarised and non-polarised lighting modes and switching between the two is easy and quick with the use of a simple button. Easily switch between contact and non-contact viewing or take an overview photograph of the patient by rotating the dermatoscope lens out of the way completely.
Integrated iPod Touch
VEOS software application (VEOS App)
Unique moveable lens design
Polarised or non-polarised lighting
Contact or non-contact viewing
Digital image preview and capture
Zoom and pan image
Tag lesion to body map
Image database management
Send image by email
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Getz Healthcare Australia | Medical Devices & Services
Getz Healthcare Pty Limited is a supplier of high-end technology products and services to the medical and allied health care industry, with sales and service offices located across Australia and New Zealand since 1965.
Partnering with prominent global industry leaders, Getz Healthcare offers the latest in medical technology and is driven by the mission to make lives better through quality products and exceptional service.
Our extensive range of innovative, high quality products and integrated solutions work together to create an efficient and effective working environment for our customers, allowing them to focus on greater patient care.
In July 2018, Getz Healthcare acquired Medical Technologies Pty Ltd as a critical building block in Getz Healthcare’s strategy to expand the distribution and service business in Australia and New Zealand.
Headquartered in Singapore, Getz Healthcare has operations in nine countries across the region, partnering with leading manufacturers and innovators of medical technology to become "Medtech companies pathway to Asia Pacific"?.