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Understanding Tonometry with the Diaton Tonometer: A Revolutionary Approach to Eye Pressure Measurement

Tonometry plays a pivotal role in eye care, serving as the primary method for measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) to diagnose and manage glaucoma, a leading cause of vision impairment. The Diaton Tonometer represents a breakthrough in tonometry technology, enabling IOP measurement through the upper eyelid and over the sclera, without direct eye contact.

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What Does a Tonometer Do?

  • Essential for Glaucoma Management: A tonometer measures IOP to identify high eye pressure, a key risk factor for glaucoma, aiding in early detection and management.
  • Non-Invasive Measurement: Unlike traditional methods that touch the cornea, the Diaton Tonometer measures IOP through the eyelid, enhancing patient comfort and safety.

Advantages of the Diaton Tonometer

  • Unaffected by Corneal Variability: Measurements are not influenced by central corneal thickness or corneal rigidity, providing accuracy across diverse patient profiles.
  • Ideal for Special Conditions: Beneficial for patients with keratoconus, post-corneal surgery, corneal scars, or astigmatism, where corneal tonometry might be inaccurate.
  • Safe and Hygienic: The non-contact approach minimizes the risk of corneal infection or trauma and is suitable for use with contact or scleral lenses, without removal.
  • Patient Comfort: Eliminates the discomfort associated with corneal contact and the need for numbing drops.

Is Tonometry Comfortable?

The Diaton Tonometer offers a pain-free experience, sidestepping the discomfort of traditional corneal tonometry, making the process more patient-friendly.


While the Diaton Tonometer might have a higher initial cost, it proves economical over time by reducing the need for consumables and offering durability and ease of use.

Who Benefits from the Diaton Tonometer?

  • Eye Care Specialists: Ophthalmologists and optometrists leverage its non-invasive nature for routine exams and glaucoma monitoring.
  • Broad Healthcare Use: From general practitioners to pediatricians, and emergency medicine, the Diaton Tonometer is versatile across various clinical settings.
  • Specific Environments: Ideal for nursing homes, mobile clinics, and research institutions, offering hygienic, safe, and easy-to-use eye pressure measurement.

The Diaton Difference

  • Non-Invasive: Measures IOP through the eyelid, not requiring direct corneal contact.
  • No Numbing Drops: Enhances patient comfort and avoids potential allergic reactions.
  • Hygienic and Safe: Ideal for mass screenings and environments requiring strict hygiene.
  • Versatile and Easy to Use: Accommodates various patient conditions and clinical scenarios.

The Diaton Tonometer sets a new standard in tonometry, offering a safer, more effective, and patient-friendly method for measuring IOP, paving the way for better glaucoma management and eye care practices.

Discover the Diaton Tonometer

Learn more about the innovative approach to IOP measurement and how it is revolutionizing glaucoma detection and management at

About DevelopAll Inc.

Behind the Diaton Tonometer is DevelopAll Inc., driven by a mission to prevent blindness from glaucoma. Their team of engineers, medical professionals, and business experts has developed a unique tonometer that measures IOP through the eyelid, facilitating early glaucoma detection and treatment. Explore the Diaton Tonometer’s impact on eye care at

Contact Us

For further information, please contact Alina Lagoviyer at DevelopAll Inc.:

How Diaton through the Eyelid Tonometry is done?

How to measure intraocular pressure Through Eyelid with Diaton Tonometer – step-by-step guide

Introducing DevelopAll Inc.

At the heart of DevelopAll Inc, the creators of the Diaton Tonometer, lies a steadfast dedication to combating blindness caused by glaucoma. This innovative company is supported by a diverse team of professionals, including engineers, medical experts, legal advisors, and business strategists. Their flagship product, the DIATON diagnostic tonometer, stands out with its unique ability to measure intraocular pressure (IOP) through the eyelid and sclera. This distinctive approach enables early detection and diagnosis of glaucoma, paving the way for timely treatment and medication, ultimately leading to significantly better outcomes for patients. Discover more about the Diaton Tonometer and its role in glaucoma detection at

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Alina Lagoviyer / DevelopAll Inc.,


Phone: +1-877-342-8667