Keeler's Vantage indirect ophthalmoscope has won praise from Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, operator of one of the world's leading eye health facilities.
The trust has recently purchased its 100th Keeler Vantage system, an occasion marked by the manufacturer donating a digital version, the Vantage Plus LED Digital indirect ophthalmoscope, for use by the hospital.
Keeler and Moorfields have worked together closely on the design of various products, including the Vantage range, meaning they are well-suited to serve the hospital's needs.
Thamby Rajah, clinical sister and outpatient coordinator at Moorfields, praised Keeler for its ability to keep its diagnostic products up to date and working correctly.
"This helps to keep all of my clinics running smoothly so we can focus on patient care and making sure patients are diagnosed and treated without delay," she added.
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