A Breakthrough in Eye Care: Diaton’s Digital Tonometer
New York, NY., Jan. 8, 2024 In the critical field of Intraocular Pressure (IOP) measurement, the Diaton digital tonometer, developed by New York-based DevelopAll Inc., represents a significant advancement. Traditional IOP measurement techniques often falter with issues like unusual corneal thickness or conditions such as keratoconus. Diaton addresses these challenges with a pioneering approach that measures IOP through the eyelid, bypassing the cornea and enhancing both accuracy and flexibility in glaucoma screenings.
Key Features and Benefits:
- FDA-approved as a transpalpebral and transscleral tonometry instrument.
- Eliminates the need for anesthesia, sterilization, or consumables.
- Compact, handheld design for ease of use.
- Suitable for patients with contact or scleral lenses.
- Non-invasive, minimizing risks of corneal damage or infection.
- Ideal in the post-COVID era for reduced viral transmission risks (IOP THROUGH EYELID).
Renowned experts like Dr. Emil William Chynn from Park Avenue LASEK Surgery Center and Dr. Mark Latina, a globally recognized glaucoma specialist, endorse Diaton for its effectiveness in challenging cases, such as pediatric patients, post-refractive surgery, and various corneal pathologies.
Advanced Measurement Technique:
Diaton’s technique involves a lightweight, surgical-grade stainless steel tip that accurately measures IOP in seconds. The device, designed for ease of use, provides auditory cues to ensure proper positioning and technique.
Diverse Applications and User Base:
The Diaton Tonometer is an invaluable tool for a wide range of healthcare settings, including optometrists, ophthalmologists, hospitals, urgent care clinics, nursing homes, and in large-scale glaucoma screening events. Its unique non-corneal approach makes it ideal for patients with specific corneal conditions, post-surgical cases, or trauma.
Easy to Use Tonometry
The tonometer’s technique involves a lightweight, surgical-grade stainless steel tip. Positioned vertically above the eye, it gently rests on the eyelid to take measurements. This procedure only takes a few seconds to provide accurate IOP reading. Mr. Roman Iospa explains that the device operates on Newton’s second law of motion, converting the speed of the tip’s rebound into an IOP reading.
About DevelopAll Inc.:
At DevelopAll Inc., innovation meets dedication in the fight against glaucoma-induced blindness. The company’s diverse team, including engineers and medical experts, has created the DIATON tonometer, a revolutionary device offering early and accurate glaucoma detection. Learn more at www.Diaton.com.
For further insights into Diaton’s digital tonometer and its impact on eye care, please contact:
Innovative Diaton Tonometer / DevelopAll Inc. Email: email@example.com Phone: +1-877-342-8667
Discover the future of IOP measurement with Diaton – visit www.TonometerDiaton.com for more information.