BiCOM presents Diaton tonometer at the American Academy of Ophthalmology AAO in Las Vegas Nov. 10-14
BiCOM Inc. for the first time introduces Unique Tonometer Diaton at the American Academy of Opthalmology AAO at the booth #2620. More than 25,000 attendees are expected from United States and abroad.
Presentation: Clinical comparison of the Diaton and the non-contact tonometers with the Goldmann applanation tonometer in glaucoma patients.
Youre invited to booth C16: Saturday Sept. 9th – Wednesday Sept.13th Free Paper/Presentation SUNDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 08:00-10:30 AUDITORIUM 4. (http://www.tonometerdiaton.com/index.php?do=home.24Congress)
BiCOM Inc. reveals an advanced transpalpebral Diaton tonometer. Diaton Tonometry is a unique approach to measuring intraocular pressure (IOP)
THROUGH THE EYELID non-contact (no contact with the cornea), no anesthesia or sterilization is required. BiCOMs pen-like, hand-held,
portable device is perfect for measuring eye pressure and helps ophthalmologists and optometrists in diagnosis and prevention of blindness caused
by glaucoma. This ophthalmic device is irreplaceable for mass glaucoma screenings.
Says Mr. Boris Kun, President of BiCOM Inc: Diaton tonometer is a revolutionary device and signifies a new stage in Optometry and Ophthalmology!"
Group Picture – San Diego , American Academy of Optometry
President of American Academy of Optometry Joe Yager, OD, FAAO and Boris KUN, President of Bicom Inc.
Joe Yager, Lidia Rozhdestvenskaya, Alla Illarionova
Testing the President; (IOP) Exam through the Eyelid using Diaton tonometer
Diaton tonometer is for the first time presented in New York City at Jacob K. Javits
Convention Center. Mar 30, 2006 – Apr 02, 2006
This year's American Academy of Optometry meeting promises to be one of the best ever with top-level education in various formats. Hundreds of Exhibitors ranging from the latest products, technology including optometry & ophthalmic devices/equipment manufacturers and distributors. Academy offers an unparallel opportunity for optometrists, vision scientists and optometry students.
American Academy of Optometry (AAO) http://www.aaopt.org