Las Vegas, NV, 9/26/2023 – Diaton Tonometer introduces groundbreaking transpalpebral tonometry, allowing the measurement of intraocular pressure (IOP) Through the Eyelid, featured at the International Vision Expo West in Las Vegas. This innovative technology offers a safer alternative to traditional corneal contact methods, reducing the risk of infection during glaucoma testing.
Diaton Tonometer presentations, demos and training will be held at VEW Exhibit 3069
Traditionally, measuring IOP has involved direct contact with the cornea, making it potentially uncomfortable and posing an infection risk. Diaton Tonometer, on the other hand, employs transpalpebral, scleral tonometry technology, which non-invasively measures IOP without touching the mucous membrane or the cornea, only gently contacting the upper eyelid. This safe, easy-to-use, and accurate tonometry technology has gained the preference of eye care professionals and patients alike.
Key Advantages of Diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer:
– Safe non-corneal tonometry (no contact with mucous membrane or cornea, only upper eyelid)
– Mass glaucoma screening of patients
– IOP control during clinical observation and selection of adequate hypotensive therapy for glaucoma patients
– Serial tonometry for obtaining Diurnal curves
– IOP measuring without removing contact lenses / scleral lenses
– IOP measuring in immobilized patients
– IOP measuring in children
– Patients with various corneal conditions
– Patients with medicinal allergies (Latex-free)
– Post-LASIK/LASEK/PRK surgery accurate IOP results independent of CCT (central corneal thickness)
In a comparative clinical study titled “Comparison of Accuracy of Diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer Versus Goldmann Applanation Tonometer, Dynamic Contour Tonometer, and Ocular Response Analyzer,” transpalpebral tonometry was found to be an accurate method for IOP measurement, independent of corneal biomechanical characteristics. This method has received recognition, earning the Gold Medal at the International Exhibition of Innovation Research and New Technology in Brussels (Eureca) and the Gold Medal at the International Exhibition of Research and New Technology in Geneva.
Who Uses the Diaton Tonometer?
Diaton’s portability, safety, and simplicity make it an ideal solution for a wide range of applications, including mass glaucoma screenings, geriatrics homes, children’s hospitals, Emergency Medicine (Emergency Rooms & Emergency Departments), military settings, urgent care clinics as well as in optometry and ophthalmology practices. It addresses challenging scenarios where other tonometry devices fall short, such as measuring IOP in immobilized patients, children, or individuals with specific corneal conditions.
Roman Iospa, Chief Executive of DevelopAll Inc., stated, “We (Team Diaton) are proud to provide healthcare providers the safest and the most innovative tonometry technology to assist in detecting and preventing blindness due glaucoma.”
DevelopAll Inc., headquartered in New York, USA, offers comprehensive customer support, including client training, follow-ups, hotline support, and sales assistance. To learn more about the device or make a purchase, visit the official website at http://www.TonometerDiaton.com or call DevelopAll at the toll-free number 1-877-diatons (877-342-8667).
About DevelopAll Inc.:
DevelopAll Inc., the creator of Diaton Tonometer, is dedicated to combating glaucoma-related blindness globally. Their unique tonometry technology, measuring intraocular pressure through the eyelid and sclera, enables early-stage glaucoma diagnosis and treatment. For more information about Diaton Tonometer and glaucoma diagnostics, visit www.TonometerDiaton.com or call toll-free at 1-877-diatons (1-877-342-8667).
Over 60 million Americans are at risk of developing glaucoma, a condition often symptomless but leading to irreversible vision loss. Early detection through regular eye pressure (IOP) checks is crucial. DevelopAll Inc. is committed to raising awareness and preventing vision loss.
About Smart Tonometer Diaton:
Smart Tonometer Diaton provides a safer option for measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) in glaucoma diagnostics. It offers a unique and effective approach to protect patients and healthcare professionals while ensuring accurate IOP measurements.