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Developed in collaboration with Professor Tony Wright, Emeritus Professor of Otolaryngology, our new AR402-B DIGITAL EAR EXAMINATION TRAINER has been designed to facilitate the most realistic training experience in ear examination.

Using high resolution digital screen technology, the trainer includes 48 common and less common ear conditions as well as an anatomically accurate ear structure to offer a comprehensive training solution for ear examination and use of an otoscope. The trainer is also available as an educational set together with our AR403-B DIGITAL EYE RETINOPATHY TRAINER – please see the AR405-B DIGITAL EYE AND EAR EXAMINATION TRAINER SET


  •  Simple to set up and use
  • Soft, flexible and realistic pinna and ear canal
  • High resolution digital display
  • Easy to use, digital control for ear conditions
  • Examination cover to hide displays of condition numbers
  • Battery or worldwide mains power compatible
  • Sleep mode to conserve power

2 Year Guarantee

  • This model, manufactured by Adam,Rouilly, comes with a 2 Year Guarantee.
    This guarantee applies to models which have been used correctly and covers durability and functionality.
Additional Information

Digital Ear Conditions

Ear conditions and diseases presented digitally for the right patient ear:

  1. Normal I
  2. Normal II
  3. Ear Wax (Cerumen)
  4. Swimmer’s Osteoma
  5. Fungal Ear I
  6. Fungal Ear II
  7. Acute Viral Ear
  8. Acute Secretory Otitis Media I
  9. Resolving Secretory Otitis Media
  10. Acute Secretory Otitis Media II
  11. Acute Secretory Otitis Media III
  12. Perforation following an Acute Suppurative Otitis Media (ASOM)
  13. Childhood Glue Ear
  14. Glue Ear in a Child with a Dermoid Cyst in the Eardrum
  15. Adult Glue Ear
  16. A Standard Ventilation Tube in the Membrane
  17. Infected Mini  Grommet with Otitis Externa Secondary to a Mucus Discharge
  18. Permanent Ventilation Tube in Place
  19. Large Perforation of the Tympanic Membrane
  20. A Posterior Perforation of the Tympanic Membrane
  21. Two Small Traumatic Perforations following a Blow to the Ear
  22. Subtotal Perforation of the Tympanic Membrane
  23. Perforation with Tympanosclerosis
  24. Grommet Scar Healed
  25. Tympanosclerosis of Tympanic Membrane
  26. Posterior Retraction
  27. Retraction onto Long Process of the Incus
  28. Retraction with Loss of Long Process of the Incus and Keratin Trail
  29. Retraction with loss of Long Process of the Incus
  30. Posterior Retraction Pocket onto Jugular Bulb and with Middle Ear Fluid
  31. Retraction with Early Keratin Build Up
  32. Childhood Attic Retraction
  33. Deep Attic Retraction
  34. Attic retraction Accumulation Keratin – Underlying Cholesteatoma
  35. Extensive Accumulation with Cholesteatoma in Middle Ear
  36. Wet Cholesteatoma
  37. Clean Dry Reconstructed Mastoid Cavity
  38. Old Style Mastoid Cavity with Residual Cholesteatoma
  39. Mastoid Cavity with Fistula into Lateral Semicircular Canal
  40. Congenital Cholesteatoma
  41. Large Congenital Cholesteatoma
  42. Ear Canal Cholesteatoma I
  43. Ear Canal Cholesteatoma II
  44. Keratosis Obturans
  45. Glomus Tympanicum Tumours
  46. Glomus Jugulare Tumour
  47. Foreign bodies
  48. Aural Polyp


  • Rigid Carrying Case
  • Mains adaptor with worldwide plug fixings
  • Instruction Manual



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