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Get a complete medical exam wherever you are with our device. This electronic health care device allows you to receive on-demand physical exams via live video chat with a doctor's office using an exam camera and a basal thermometer and otoscope, stethoscope and tongue depressor adapters. This HIPAA-secure digital device transmits test results to an electronic health record for easy monitoring.

Easy to use instruments

From an otoscope (ears) and stethoscope (heart, lungs, and abdomen) to a basal thermometer and digital camera (skin and throat), Tyto is designed to provide your doctor with the same type of data they would use in the office.

Conduct your own exam

The proprietary guidance technology ensures that anyone can capture and share accurate results.

Get a diagnosis

The physician will use the data provided by the device and the video consult to examine, diagnose, and treat your conditions remotely. This can include a treatment plan and a prescription sent directly to your pharmacy if needed.

Treat common conditions

Including ear infections, sore throats, fever, cold and flu, allergies, pink eye, nausea, constipation, asthma, bronchitis, upper respiratory infections, bug bites and common skin conditions, including contact dermatitis, rash and diaper rash.

Keep your information secure

Tyto uses a HIPAA-secure platform that only you and the doctor can access, so you can be certain your information is safe and secure. 

Talk to trusted physicians

The device works with qualified and experienced physicians around the country. Each doctor goes through a rigorous selection process to become a part of the network.

Use the device anywhere

Tyto is lightweight, compact, and portable so you can use it anywhere. All you need is the App, a smartphone or tablet, and a Wi-Fi connection.

**  Urgent care services are designed to handle those less serious medical conditions that still require immediate treatment but aren't life-threatening. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 911 (or your local medical emergency number) or seek immediate care from the nearest hospital emergency room.  Life threatening events such as gunshot wounds, heart attacks, chest pain, headaches, strokes, pulmonary embolism, DVT, most shortness of breath, and serious infections should seek immediate care from the nearest hospital or emergency room.