With the current Covid-19 outbreak, many people and families are doing remote/telehealth medical appointments. I'm thinking, as a precaution, to get the tools needed in case someone in my family gets sick or must get quarantined.
I'm wondering what webcam/tools would be good here? Some good features:
- Very high res and works well in medium-light conditions.
- Wireless or long wire might be good, so doctor can look into your ear.
- Any devices that allow looking into crevices like ear.
- Something to measure vital signs, like blood pressure, blood oxygen and pulse rate
- USB Stethoscope- because, (like a programmer debugging) I think hearing the beat itself, if it skips, etc, gives doctors a better clue. Also for stomach issues, often a doctor uses it, or for lung checks while you breath.
- Would be interesting to go beyond conventional, like an infrared camera? Would that even be useful?
- What else?
What I found so far: Remember, I am not a doctor and have near-zero medical training. Please consult a doctor or health person.
For ears/eye/spot exams:
Or in Canada: - https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07H3RQR3M/
Blood oxygen levels: - https://smile.amazon.com/Zacurate-Fingertip-Oximeter-Saturation-batteries/dp/B07B9X3DBX/ (But not USB. History would be important. USB ones are too expensive, over $99. Does anyone know of a cheaper option?)
USB Stethoscope: - http://www.usbsteth.com/pcp-usb-stethoscopes/ But the order page says "not found". Anyone know of a place to buy one?
I wish there was a simple "remote health" all in one hardware package. Anyone know if better options than these?