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Team Diaton at #SECO2021- We’re excited to meet many in Person… It’s a first show we’re doing since last year. Diaton Tonometry technology is a Safer way to measure intraocular pressure IOP Through Eyelid, without touching the eyeball.

Stop by exhibit 824 to see how Diaton tonometer helps to stay safer and keep others safe….


Seco Diaton Tonometer Glaucoma Test through Eyelid

The new wave of Diaton tonometry is on the forefront of Safe 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.

As practices adjust to the New and Safer ways, personal and patient protection equipment is being implemented. Diaton tonometer always had an inherent ability to Safer measure intraocular pressure via eyelid vs via cornea contact. During this transpalpebral trans-scleral tonometry test ocular surface or the mucous membrane is not being touched by the device, with that making this tonometry method the safest way to not touch or spread possibly contaminated tear.

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.

Where to Find more Information about Diaton Safer Tonometer?

Now there is a safer way to measure intraocular pressure IOP via upper eyelid and sclera, without touching the surface of the eye. The transpalpebral scleral tonometer Diaton, by DevelopAll Inc., offers such innovative solution for optometrists, ophthalmologists and hospitals (emergency rooms and detartments)

Many health care and eye care professionals now implement this via eyelid tonometry technology to keep their patients, staff and doctors safer.

To learn more about Diaton tonometer visit: www.TonometerDiaton.com

Or Dial Team Diaton at 1-877-342-8667