Diaton tonometry is a unique approach to measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) through the Eyelid. It is a non-contact (no contact with cornea), pen-like, hand-held, portable tonometer. It requires no anesthesia or sterilization.
Scientific reports for clinical use of the Diaton Tonometer in Medical Practice show wide possibility of use and evaluation of transpalpebral scleral DIATON tonometer clinical use effectiveness.
Scientific reports for use of the Diaton Tonometer in Medical Practice
21/05/2013 Comparative Agreement among three methods of tonometry : Goldmann Applanation, Transpalpebral and Dynamic Contour.
Purpose: To investigate agreement of intraocular pressure (IOP) as measured by the Goldmann applanation....
25/05/2013 Agreement among Transpalpebral,Transcleral and Tactile Intraocular Pressure Measurements in Eyes with Type1 Keratoprostheses
Purpose: The use of keratoprostheses ( KPro) to restore vision in eyes with corneal opacities has become increasingly popular in the last five years.....