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Unique Diaton tonometer IIOP through Eyelid and Sclera presented at SECO international 2020 in Atlanta on March 4-March 8th 2020.

Please visit DIATON Exhibit #1707 for demo and training.

Unique Tonometry Through Eyelid – Only with Diaton!

Diaton Tonometer Vision Expo Scleral Lenses
Measure IOP with Scleral Lenses on the Eye / Scleral tonometry

Explore more: www.TonometerDiaton.com

Diaton is now one of the most desired non-contact tonometers on the market.  Your peers, including a growing list of KOLs, are finding invaluable and reassuring.  Here is a video showing Diaton use: 

Easy to use handheld tonometer that measures IOP over the upper eyelid, overlaying the sclera.  Results are completely independent of corneal biometrics.  Diaton is being appreciated and recommended to measure IOP that’s independent of corneal pathology – including biometric changes, infection, post-corneal surgery and KPro eyes.  No numbing drops required along with not approaching the vision makes Diaton pleasant, especially for pediatric patients.  IOP can be obtained with patients still wearing contact or scleral lenses (no other device can).  

IMPORTANT DIATON SCLERAL TONOMETRY FEATURE – Infection control: Transpalpebral scleral tonometer does not touch the cornea (mucous membrane).  The tonometer’s metal base is wiped off with an isopropyl alcohol pad in between use.  No plastic tips or covers.  This helps prevent infection exposure and spread.  Diaton meets and exceeds Joint Commission Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization.  Ref – https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/unique-tonometer-diaton-helps-to-meet-and-exceed-joint-commission-guideline-for-disinfection-and-sterilization-300969478.html

Diaton’s infection control feature is important, as American Academy of Ophthalmology recently published an article – Alert: Important coronavirus updates for ophthalmologists: https://www.aao.org/headline/alert-important-coronavirus-context      

Additionally, our transpalpebral scleral tonometry device is getting a lot of attention, due to multiple clinical trials enabling physicians to measure and monitor IOP with sclerals on the eye.  This topic was trending at the recent Global Specialty Lens Symposium with a large panel discussion led by Prof. Patrick Caroline.  Studies show that IOP elevates anywhere from ~5-10 mmHg, where now practitioners need to Measure & Monitor that risk factor (IOP) with the lens ON the eye….. and we have the enabling KEY technology.  

Please feel free to view Diaton’s information, benefits, trials and videos on our website: www.tonometerdiaton.com  

The new wave of Diaton tonometry is on the forefront of Glaucoma prevention and detection, with unique non-corneal, through the eyelid measurements, without need of eye drops or replacement tips. Diaton tonometer is simple to use and ideal for children and adults. The SECO conference takes place at the Georgia World Congress Center in Georgia – visit for demonstration and free training.

Tonometer Diaton aims to assist optometrists and ophthalmologists to make measurements of intraocular pressure (IOP) in quick, non-invasive, non-corneal and patient-friendly way.

Since DIATON is non-contact and handheld pen-like tonometer, it can be used in any setting – rural areas that desperately need glaucoma screening or Inpatient & Outpatient Clinics such as Hospitals, Emergency Rooms, Nursing & Elderly Homes, General, Family & Specialty Practitioners office as well as Ophthalmic and Optometric practice.

DIATON Tonometer provides reliable measurements and makes it possible to diagnose glaucoma in its early stages, allowing to devise an appropriate care and treatment plan.  DIATON is effective in obtaining IOP measurements for many challenging patient populations, including: those with chronic conjunctivitis, erosions, edema and corneal dimness; people who have undergone corneal surgeries; and immobilized patients and children. Also, patients do not need to remove their contact lenses.

Roman Iospa, CEO of DevelopAll Inc., said, – “Presenting Diaton tonometer at SECO Optometry’s Marketplace allows optometrists and optometric technicians to try through the eyelid tonometer first hand and see how easy and efficient this innovative technology is.” 

Contact Diaton Tonometer Team at 1-877-342-8667 with question, pricing and purchase details. Online at  https://tonometerdiaton.com/order-information-diaton-tonometer-price/

About DevelopAll Inc:

DevelopAll, is committed to the global fight against blindness caused by glaucoma. A unique team of engineers, medical, legal and business experts makes DevelopAll 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 much more favorable outcome for the patient.  More about DIATON Tonometer Glaucoma Eye Test at http://www.TonometerDiaton.com

Contact: Alina Lagoviyer Media / Public Relations 1-877-342-8667 ext 777

DevelopAll Inc., 272 Hull Ave, Staten Island, NY 19306

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About SECO International:

SECO is the leading source of world-class optometric education in the United States and is widely acknowledged as the largest educational meeting in the world, with close to 400 hours of education available. More than 6,000 eye care professionals, vendors and ophthalmic professionals from around the globe convene in Atlanta for this important international event, where they access the latest research and innovation, develop cutting-edge lab techniques and learn what matters most to their practices.


SECO is backed by the Southern Council of Optometrists, Inc, a non-profit association founded in 1923 and boasting a global membership of more than 25,000 eye care professionals. With the involvement and guidance of leading eye care professionals worldwide, conference organizers ensure that it meets the ongoing needs of the industry and is held to the highest standards. Proceeds are reinvested in the form of education and professional programs.