Keeler Instruments Inc.

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Web: http://www.keelerusa.com
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Address: 456 Parkway, Broomall, Pennsylvania 19008, USA
Phone: +1-(610)-353-4350 | Fax: +1-(610)-353-7814 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Keeler Instruments Inc. manufactures ophthalmic instruments. Our ophthalmic product includes binocular indirect ophthalmoscopes, cryo systems, handhelds, surgical loupes, lights, tonometers, bulbs, and O.R accessories. The binocular indirect ophthalmoscopes provide sharp, clear comfort, wide angle diffuser, and adjustable illumination. Lightweight materials are used throughout the design of each unit combined with soft cushioning and a non slip contoured shaped headband to maximize comfort and balance. Our supervu XL system has a total of five lenses and a roof prism that delivers magnification for advanced surgical procedures. Our Nuvision can be worn over eyeglasses and is simple to use straight from the box.

The company was founded in 1917, has ~20 employees and is CE certified.

FDA Registration Number: 2519784

43 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• AC-Powered Biomicroscope Slit Lamp (FDA Code: HJO / 886.1850)
An AC-powered slitlamp biomicroscope is an AC-powered device that is a microscope intended for use in eye examination that projects into a patient's eye through a control diaphragm a thin, intense beam of light.
• AC-Powered Ophthalmoscope (FDA Code: HLI / 886.1570)
An ophthalmoscope is an AC-powered or battery-powered device containing illumination and viewing optics intended to examine the media (cornea, aqueous, lens, and vitreous) and the retina of the eye.
• AC-Powered Retinoscope (FDA Code: HKL / 886.1780)
A retinoscope is an AC-powered or battery-powered device intended to measure the refraction of the eye by illuminating the retina and noting the direction of movement of the light on the retinal surface and of the refraction by the eye of the emergent rays.
• AC-Powered Transilluminator (FDA Code: HJM / 886.1945)
A transilluminator is an AC-powered or battery-powered device that is a light source intended to transmit light through tissues to aid examination of patients.
• Adjustable Operating Room Stool (FDA Code: FZM / 878.4950)
A manual operating table and accessories and a manual operating chair and accessories are nonpowered devices, usually with movable components, intended to be used to support a patient during diagnostic examinations or surgical procedures.
• Amsler Grid (FDA Code: HOQ / 886.1330)
An Amsler grid is a device that is a series of charts with grids of different sizes that are held at 30 centimeters distance from the patient and intended to rapidly detect central and paracentral irregularities in the visual field.
• Applanation Tonometers
• Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopes
• Biomicroscopic Slit Lamps
• Cryomatic System
• Cryophthalmic Unit (FDA Code: HPS / 886.4170)
A cryophthalmic unit is a device that is a probe with a small tip that becomes extremely cold through the controlled use of a refrigerant or gas. The device may be AC-powered. The device is intended to remove cataracts by the formation of an adherent ice ball in the lens, to freeze the eye and adjunct parts for surgical removal of scars, and to freeze tumors.
• Cryosurgical Systems
• Cryotherapy Unit (FDA Code: HQA / 886.4170)
• Dental Magnification Systems
• Diagnostic Lenses
• Diagnostic/Surgical Loupe (FDA Code: FSP / 878.4800)
A manual surgical instrument for general use is a nonpowered, hand-held, or hand-manipulated device, either reusable or disposable, intended to be used in various general surgical procedures. The device includes the applicator, clip applier, biopsy brush, manual dermabrasion brush, scrub brush, cannula, ligature carrier, chisel, clamp, contractor, curette, cutter, dissector, elevator, skin graft expander, file, forceps, gouge, instrument guide, needle guide, hammer, hemostat, amputation hook, ligature passing and knot-tying instrument, knife, blood lancet, mallet, disposable or reusable aspiration and injection needle, disposable or reusable suturing needle, osteotome, pliers, rasp, retainer, retractor, saw, scalpel blade, scalpel handle, one-piece scalpel, snare, spatula, stapler, disposable or reusable stripper, stylet, suturing apparatus for the stomach and intestine, measuring tape, and calipers. A surgical instrument that has specialized uses in a specific medical specialty is classified in separate regulations in parts 868 through 892.
• Digital fluorescein angiography
• Direct Ophthalmoscopes
• Extra-Cranial Fixation Device
• Eye Examination Devices and Equipment, Biomicroscopic Slit Lamps
• Fiberoptic Cables
• Fluorescein Angiography
• Indirect Ophthalmoscopes
• Indocyanine Green Angiography
• Laser Indirect Ophthalmoscope
• Manual Surgical Instrument
• Manual Tonometer (FDA Code: HKY / 886.1930)
A tonometer and accessories is a manual device intended to measure intraocular pressure by applying a known force on the globe of the eye and measuring the amount of indentation produced (Schiotz type) or to measure intraocular tension by applanation (applying a small flat disk to the cornea). Accessories for the device may include a tonometer calibrator or a tonograph recording system. The device is intended for use in the diagnosis of glaucoma.
• Monocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope
• Non-Contact Tonometers
• Oculoplastic and Orbital Procedures Ophthalmic Loupes
• Ophthalmic Forceps (FDA Code: HNR / 886.4350)
A manual ophthalmic surgical instrument is a nonpowered, handheld device intended to aid or perform ophthalmic surgical procedures. This generic type of device includes the manual corneal burr, ophthalmic caliper, ophthalmic cannula, eyelid clamp, ophthalmic muscle clamp, iris retractor clip, orbital compressor, ophthalmic curette, cystotome, orbital depressor, lachrymal dilator, erisophake, expressor, ophthalmic forcep, ophthalmic hook, sphere introducer, ophthalmic knife, ophthalmic suturing needle, lachrymal probe, trabeculotomy probe, cornea-sclera punch, ophthalmic retractor, ophthalmic ring (Flieringa), lachrymal sac rongeur, ophthalmic scissors, enucleating snare, ophthalmic spatula, ophthalmic specula, ophthalmic spoon, ophthalmic spud, trabeculotome or ophthalmic manual trephine.
• Ophthalmic Loupes
• Ophthalmic Patient Drape (FDA Code: HMT / 878.4370)
A surgical drape and drape accessories is a device made of natural or synthetic materials intended to be used as a protective patient covering, such as to isolate a site of surgical incision from microbial and other contamination. The device includes a plastic wound protector that may adhere to the skin around a surgical incision or be placed in a wound to cover its exposed edges, and a latex drape with a self-retaining finger cot that is intended to allow repeated insertion of the surgeon's finger into the rectum during performance of a transurethral prostatectomy.
• Optical Non-contact Tonometers
• Retinoscopes
• Spectacle Indirect Ophthalmoscope
• Standard Direct Ophthalmoscopes
• Surgical Loupes
• Titanium Ophthalmic Forceps
• Trial Lenses
• Trial Lenses and Accessories
• Vision Image Intensification Aid (FDA Code: HOT / 886.5910)
An image intensification vision aid is a battery-powered device intended for use by a patient who has limited dark adaptation or impaired vision to amplify ambient light.
• Wireless Indirect Ophthalmoscopes

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