Diagnostic Hand Instruments
A combination of optical perfection, superb ergonomics, and versatile features makes all Keeler handheld instruments the ideal choice. From basic examination to detailed diagnosis, there is a Keeler hand instrument for you. The next couple of pages will guide your choice, but first read on to discover the standard features and benefits shared by all Keeler ophthalmoscopes.
Keeler optical system – the more you see, the better the diagnosis
Keeler ophthalmoscopes are adjusted for perfect focus where it’s needed: in the eye, not on paper. Along with Keeler’s wide-angle light beam and individual mirror alignment, this ensures that you will see the clearest view of the retina, regardless of the patient’s pupil size.
Comfort and fit
With curved surfaces and subtle patient side marking, each ophthalmoscope has been designed to fit snugly into the orbital bone. Unlike other straightsided brands, the contoured, curved ophthalmoscope head guarantees an optimal viewing angle and larger field of view, while the smooth line surfaces provide a non-threatening aesthetic.
Keeler handheld instruments have a slimline, lightweight handle.
Light, tough, and built to last
Keeler ophthalmoscopes are built from resilient, lightweight materials to give you many years of trouble-free service. High-impact resistant covers combined with a strong metal chassis protect the carefully aligned optics and allow Keeler ophthalmoscopes to withstand the rigors of everyday use for years to come.
Controllable light for bright, clear images
The bright white LED illumination is fully adjustable from zero. This ensures the comfort of your patients and the best possible diagnosis.
Individually controlled optics reduce the effect of corneal reflex while minimizing shadows and providing clearer retinal visualization.