DermLite DL1 basic (Special Price)
DermLite DL1 basic (Special Price)
DermLite DL1 basic (Special Price)
DermLite DL1 basic (Special Price)
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DermLite DL1 basic (Special Price)

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€349,00
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Mole Monitoring for Your Patients

The DermLite DL1 basic is a simple-to-use system that enables patients to monitor moles and skin lesions at home and send DermLite-quality images to you for review. Finally, you can offer a solution to your high-risk patients or those with a family history of melanoma, or even those who have a lesion of concern and are unable to see you in person. A simple piece of hardware, your patient's smartphone and an optional iOS app is all it takes.

The Hardware

The DermLite DL1 basic device, a development of the proven DermLite DL1 dermatoscope for smartphones, enables patients to capture crystal-clear, polarized dermoscopic images of both pigmented and non-pigmented skin lesions. The unit includes a polarized spacer and glass faceplate,  a standard USB cable for charging, and the mobile device adapter of choice. 

The App

DermLite DL1 basic has been designed to work seamlessly with the DermLite iOS app available at the App Store. The app lets a patient capture dermoscopic photos, assign a localization on a virtual mannequin, and email images to a dermatologist. Patients may even store up to 100 images on a secure cloud server free of charge.
 

How to Get Your Patients Started

Provide your patient with a DermLite DL1 basic which – works with virtually any smartphone or tablet right out of the box – and walk them through the basics of using the equipment: Turn on the device, take a dermoscopic image with skin contact, take a clinical image from a distance (without DermLite).

Directions for Use