Yes, the Wispr can be used for evaluation of the nose and throat with a caveat. The WiscMed Wispr is optimized for evaluation of the ear. This optimization includes the size of the camera, the light intensity, and the length of the speculum.
The Wispr can be used as a light source to illuminate the nose and throat, much the same way you might use a traditional analog otoscope as a flashlight.
The caveat is that If the area of interest is too distant from the end of the speculum, the Wispr will have difficulty producing an acceptable image. This is because with distance the light becomes too diffuse for the nano camera. This is never a problem in the ear canal because of the optimization of the device for the canal anatomy.
We offer a two-week trial program after an approved evaluation form is received by WiscMed.
We also offer a quick, live, and insightful 15-minute demonstration. This is a great way to have any questions answered and see firsthand some of the benefits of the Wispr Digital Otoscope.