Tonometers

A tonometer is a tool used to measure the pressure inside the eye to examine the health of the eyes and the optic nerve. One type of tonometer directly touches the eyeball, another only touches the eyelid, and the "air puff" tonometer makes no contact with the eye at all, but instead directs a small puff of air at the cornea before measuring the force needed to flatten it. The air puff device does not usually require the use of eye drops, and results are delivered almost immediately.

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Medical Devices
The Keeler intelligent puff system giving you a quantum leap forwards in accuracy and ease of use. intelliPuff embodies electronic and optical technology to deliver you the speed, accuracy and ease of use you and your patients deserve.
The RK-F2 automatically aligns, acquires the readings and then moves over to the opposite eye to perform the same function using the Full Auto mode. Alignment may also be performed using the Auto setting, where only one eye is automatically examined, or using the Manual setting.
The digital Goldmann tonometer AT 900D pairs the positive experience of many thousands of Goldmann tonometer users with the opportunities of state of the art digital technology.
The NIDEK innovative technology enhances APC (Auto Puff Control) to the next stage. It reduces the noise and air intensity. With the enhanced APC, the NT-530 / 510 achieves a softer and quieter air puffthan ever, which allows the patient's maximum comfort.
This newer compact, more user friendly design allows for enhanced patient flow by providing Auto Refractometer / Auto Keratometer / Non-Contact Tonometer measurement in one setting.
The Biro Schiotz Tonometer is used to measure and monitor intraocular pressure in the eye. Portable for emergency readings. Durable design U.S. Certification by AAO specifications. Includes 4 weights. Plunger retractor optional.
The Canon TX-20 Full Auto Tonometer easily measures Intraocular Pressure (IOP) allowing doctors to perform simple eye exams efficiently while enhancing patient comfort with a soft air puff.
The Keeler Applanation Tonometer (KAT) is a perfect example of skills; 21st Century design techniques has been applied to a 20th Century device to deliver a premium quality instrument.
Pulsair Desktop has been designed with the user and patient in mind. The slim profile of the Tonometer head reduces patient anxiety and allows the clinical to maintain the all important visual contact with the patient.
Goldmann applanation tonometer is still the most widely used instrument to measure the intraocular pressure. It is based on the Goldmann principle – a principle proven over more than 50 years and with millions of patients.