New iCare

Submitted by Marcel on Sun, 12/30/2007 - 1:36pm

 Hello people,

Just wanted to let you all know that I have bought a new tonometer to carry with me while not at home using the AT555.

After long time discussing with David I have decided to buy a new iCare tonometer, it is very compact so can be used travelling and at work.

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Submitted by Marcel on Sun, 09/23/2007 - 7:32pm

As mentioned I will discuss pressure today. I have a mechanical engineering background and process pressures is one of the parameters I work with every day.

The intraocular pressure of an eye, IOP, is measured in mmHg which stands for millimetre Mercury column. In the old days barometers were U shaped glass tubes filled with Mercury and the height of the Mercury indicated barometric pressure.

Tono-Pen XL vs. Tono-Pen Avia

Submitted by vis01 on Sun, 07/29/2007 - 2:09pm

Dave, hello again,

Another question regarding tonometers. Can you comment on the differences between Tono-Pen XL and Tono-Pen Avia? The price difference is quite significant, while many other thing are quite the same. What do you think about Tono-Pen tonometers use for self-tonometry?

 Thanks again.

The Pulsair-Keeler non-contact tonometer in self-tonometry: preliminary results.

Submitted by dave on Fri, 12/15/2006 - 4:06pm

EDITOR: this is a very old study. The tonometer discussed here (the original Keeler Pulsair) is no longer manufactured. The current Keeler Pulsair models do not work for self-tonometry due to design changes.


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