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Keeler Pocket Ophthalmoscope 2.8v - 1102-P-1041

£226.00 (Ex. VAT)
£271.20 (Inc. VAT)
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KEE1041
Keeler Pocket Ophthalmoscope 2.8v - 1102-P-1041

Description

Keeler Pocket Otoscope

  • Ideal for domiciliary or ward work or as a second instrument.
  • 2.5x magnifying lens removable to allow the introduction of small instruments.
  • Closed head design particularly suited to pneumatic testing.
  • Disposable specula supplied.
  • Full diagnostic capability in a pocket sized instrument.
  • All instruments have genuine Halogen Illumination for clear and accurate aural images.
  • Security assured, from the reliable metal handle and screw thread head to handle fitting.
  • New slimline, lightweight, robust handle. 
    Lithium-ion technology provides a longer life battery and fast charge capability.
  • Ring rheostat for smooth and easy control of illumination.
  • Runs from 2xAA batteries

Keeler Pocket Ophthalmoscope

  • Brilliant halogen illumination
  • +20 to -20D lens range for clear and effortless examination of all ocular structures.
  • Runs from 2xAA batteries
  • Ideal for domiciliary or ward work or as a second instrument.

Apertures and Filters:

  • Wide Angle - Illuminates the largest area of fundus for the best possible general diagnosis through a dilated pupil.
  • Intermediate - Permits easier access through and undilated pupil and in peripheral examination.  Particularly useful in paediatric examination.
  • Red Free - The red free filter is used to examine blood vessels in fine detail.  By filtering out the red light, blood vessels are silhouetted against a dark green background.
  • Macular - Designed specifically for examination of the macular region of the fundus where a larger beam would create excessive pupillary reaction or patient discomfort.
  • Slit - Used primarily to determine retinal elevations and depressions but may also be used to assess anterior chamber depth.
  • Fixation Cross - Projects a graticule onto the retina for assessment of the degree and direction of eccentric fixation.

Warranty: 3 years

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