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On request you will receive the current version of the instructions for use
The part II of the operation manual (OM) for the Digital Portable Tonometer of Intraocular Pressure through the Eyelid Diaton contains data necessary for the correct usage of the tonometer.
All rules and recommendations included in the guide, developed under the scientific direction of A.P.Nesterov the Academician of the Russian Academy of the Medical Sciences, should be studied prior to the operation of Diaton Tonometer.
PEN-LIKE TONOMETER DESIGNED TO BE PATIENT-FRIENDLY – TRANSPLAPEBRAL DIATON TONOMETER MEASURES IOP QUICKLY SHOWS RESULTS SIMILAR TO ‘GOLD STANDARD’ IN STUDIES
“There has been a Renewed Concern about whether Scleral Lenses cause Increase in Intraocular Pressure.”
Multiple Clinical Studies showed IOP to elevate by ~5-10 mmHg regardless of scleral lens diameter worn.
Eye care practitioners that fit sclerals now Need to Measure & Monitor IOP with Scleral Lenses ON the eye.
IOP monitoring with Diaton minimizes the risks & liabilities for practices and increases the level of patient care.
Contact lens Spectrum covered the topic in detail:
1. Article in Contact Lens Spectrum By GREGORY W. DENAEYER, OD: SCLERAL LENSES AND INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE https://www.clspectrum.com/issues/2018/september-2018/the-scleral-lens-vault
2. CLS Article: Does IOP Increase During Scleral Lens Wear? By PROF. PATRICK J. CAROLINE & MARK P. ANDRÉ Link: https://www.clspectrum.com/issues/2019/september-2019/contact-lens-case-reports
3. AN ARTICLE BY EP MONTHLY: A GAME CHANGER FOR MEASURING INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE
4. Tonometry & Infection Prevention Solution: IOP THROUGH EYELID – NO CONTACT WITH MUCOUS MEMBRANE
Emergency Medicine Adopts New Tonometer that let you measure IOP THROUGH EYELID – No Contact with Cornea or Any Mucous Membrane.
5. Practice Safe Tonometry: Transpalpebral Diaton Tonometer nowadays is the SAFEST tonometer on the market as it does not touch the mucous membrane or cornea.