Make a more confident glaucoma risk assessment with Corneal Hysteresis – a more objective predictor of glaucoma progression.
Ocular Response Analyzer® (ORA) is the only tonometer that measures Corneal Hysteresis (CH), a superior predictor of glaucoma progression. Corneal Hysteresis is an indication of the biomechanical properties of the cornea differing from thickness or topography, which are geometrical attributes.
“CH measurements are significantly associated with risk of glaucoma progression. Eyes with lower CH had faster rates of visual field loss than those with higher CH.”
In addition to Corneal Hysteresis, Ocular Response Analyzer provides Corneal Compensated Intraocular Pressure (IOPcc), a better indication of the true pressure, proven to be less influenced by corneal properties than Goldmann or other methods of tonometry.
Ocular Response Analyzer is made in the USA.
The CT-80 Computerized Tonometer makes intraocular pressure measurements easier and more comfortable than ever before. It features a 30% faster measurement time, a triple patient safety function, and a dual sensor measuring system.
The "Glaucoma Tonometer" with Corneal Response Technology® and IOPcc
The Reichert 7CR from Reichert Technoligies utilizes a patented bi-directional applanation process to characterize the biomechanical properties of the cornea and reduce their impact on the IOP measurement. This measurement, referred to as Corneal Compensated IOP (IOPcc) is minimally affected by corneal visco-elastic properties, thickness, or surgical procedures such as LASIK or PRK. As such, IOPcc is a better indicator of glaucoma risk than other methods of tonometry, including Goldmann Applanation.
The Reichert 7CR is more clinically valid in all subjects, including: normal tension glaucoma patients, primary open angle glaucoma patients, post-LASIK and refractive surgery patients, patients with Fuchs' or corneal edema, keratoconus patients, and patients with thick, thin, or otherwise biomechanically atypical corneas.
Reichert 7, Reichert Technologies' seventh generation non-contact tonometer, is the most user friendly NCT ever. With a number of new features, including an easy to navigate touch screen interface and multiple-measurement mode, Reichert 7 will be a welcome addition to your practice. The totally automated operation results in error-free measurements and high patient throughput. Measurement speed and simplicity without sacrificing accuracy.
The PT100 is the world’s only truly portable handheld non-contact tonometer; its totally cordless design is lightweight and easy to use in any position. The PT100 has a long-life rechargeable battery, so it can be used on all patients wherever you need it. The Reichert PT100 puts fast, easy, and accurate non-contact tonometry in the palm of your hand.
Pulsair intelliPuff delivers fast, accurate results without incurring daily consumables costs. With our exclusive led technology the cost of your investment with Keeler will never increase your pressure. No consumables required!
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.
Fast and efficient to use
The colour alignment screen and ultra smooth alignment system gives even the novice user confidence to make rapid and accurate measurements. As with other Pulsair Tonometers there is no measurable cost of consumables – no drops, no single use probes or tips.
The award winning Reichert Tono-Pen AVIA tonometer is an easy to use, hand-held instrument that provides IOP readings that correlate strongly with Goldmann tonometry. Tono-Pen AVIA has a lightweight, ergonomic design and advanced electronic measurement technology that enables operators to take fast and accurate IOP measurements with minimal training. Tono-Pen AVIA is powered by a long-life Tono-Pen AVIA POWERCEL battery pack, good for over 2,500 measurements. Tono-Pen AVIA, like the Tono-Pen XL, uses sanitized Ocu-Film tip covers to minimize the risk of patient cross contamination.
The Tono-Pen XL applanation tonometer is an easy to use, hand-held instrument that provides IOP readings that correlate closely with Goldmann Tonometry. Tono-Pen XL's lightweight ergonomic design and advanced electronic measurement technology enable operators to take fast and accurate IOP measurement with minimal training. Weighing only 2.1 ounces, Tono-Pen XL is extremely portable making it easier to take IOP measurements anywhere on any patient.
The AT 900 Goldmann tonometer comes in several different models with a comprehensive range of accessories. Each tonometer attaches to the slit lamp and pivots in front of the microscope for easy examination, with observation of the applanated surface conducted monocularly.
Disposable tonometer prisms (such as Tonosafe™) or resusable Goldmann measuring prisms can be used with all Haag-Streit tonometers.
The CT100 allows for routine, accurate measurement of intraocular pressure. Can be mounted to any tower-style slit lamp and swings into position when required. The prism is viewed through the left microscope objective.
The CT210 mounts on any compact-style slit lamp, the measurement arm swings down into position when IOP readings are required. The CT210 is permanently mounted and does not interfere with the normal diagnostic use of the slit lamp.
Designed and manufactured in the UK to the same exacting standards as all Keeler products, the Keeler D-KAT delivers reliability and ease of use. It operates according to the 'Goldmann method', by measuring intraocular pressure from the force required to flatten (applanate) a constant area (3.06mm) of the cornea. With its LED display and internal electronics it allows for the fast accurate measurement of IOP,
Keeler is proud to launch the world's first Digital Applanation Tonometer designed specifically for Zeiss type slit lamps. British made, the D-KAT Z-type is reliable and easy to use, providing tonometry at it's very best. The D-KAT Z-type operates according to the 'Goldmann method', by measuring intraocular pressure from the force required to flatten (applanate) a constant area (3.06mm) of the cornea. The LED display enables ease of use in darkened envoiroments, whilst the internal electronics allow for the fast accurate measurement of IOP