Comparison of iCARE Tonometer with Pulsair and Tonopen in domiciliary work

The iCARE is a rebound tonometer that does not require the use of an anaesthetic.

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Introduction 

Traditionally, intraocular pressure (IOP) has been measured by applanation of the cornea, using a topical anaesthetic, or by non-contact tonometry (NCT), using a npuff of air on to the cornea. Recently a new type of contact tonometer has been made available: the iCARE is a rebound tonometer that does not require the use of an anaesthetic.

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