Unique tonometry through Eyelid Featured at ASCRS ASOA 2016 meeting by Sonomed Escalon and BiCOM Inc
Diaton tonometer featured at ASCRS ASOA in New Orleans at Exhibit #2023 Sonomed Escalon and BiCOM Inc. Diaton allows to obtain cornea independent IOP with unique transpalpebral and transscleral tonometry, which presents an advancement in ophthalmology and glaucoma detection overall.
Non-corneal tonometry methodology was clinically tested at MEEI/Harvard Medical School by Dr. Mark Latina and colleagues – where Diaton provided a new and unique way of looking at IOP completely independent of corneal biometrics as the reading with Diaton is done via eyelid and more importantly the sclera, not through the cornea as all other tonometers.
Tonometer Diaton is the perfect solution in the following cases when the use of other tonometry devices is problematic or impossible: Keratitis, Conjunctivitis, Keratotone, Cornea Dimness, Keratoprosthesis, Keratoplastics, LASIK, LASEK, PRK, Astigmatism, Ametropy, etc.,
Product Features & Major Benefits:
- Easy to use. Handheld, portable, pen-like device
- No contact with the cornea (only upper eyelid and sclera)
- No need for anesthesia drops or removal of contact lenses
- Safe: No risk of infecting or scratching cornea
- Cost efficient: No consumables (no need to purchase replacement tips/covers, etc.)
- No sterilization (just alcohol swab is used to wipe off the tip)
- Accurate: No pachymetry needed (independent of cornea)
- Ready-to-use: Daily calibration not required
Quick User Guide+ Training videos can be found here: https://tonometry.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/diaton-tonometer-manual-quick-user-guide-how-to-use-diaton-tonometer-user-videos-helpful-tips/
Following is the Official Demo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypUs1aG-rUs
About BiCOM Inc:
BiCOM, home of Diaton tonometer pen – committed to the global fight against blindness caused by glaucoma. A unique team of engineers, medical, legal and business experts makes BiCOM Inc., uniquely placed to provide Diaton diagnostic tonometer, which measures intraocular pressure (IOP) through the eyelid and sclera, making it possible to diagnose glaucoma on the early stage and appoint necessary treatment and medicines and provide a more favorable outcome for the patient.
For more information or local distributors –visit: http://www.TonometerDiaton.com