tonometry


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the measurement of intraocular pressure by determining the amount of force needed to make a slight indentation in the cornea

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Nowadays, applanation and rebound tonometry have been used most frequently.
IOP measurements: The IOP of both eyes were recorded using Goldmann applanation tonometry (HAAG-STREIT, Swiss).
For blood gases, this is most successfully accomplished by comparing the performance of existing methods and of the new method with tonometry and precision pH buffers.
Referral may be based on optic nerve head damage, a visual field defect consistent with glaucoma or an inner eye pressure of 24mmHg or more using Goldmann-type applanation tonometry.
Tenders are invited for Photoslit Lamp With Applanation Tonometry
Diagnosis is made by Tonometry, Gonioscopy, Ophthalmoscopy, Perimetry or Visual field tests are useful in disease progression and severity.
Intraocular pressure (IOP) was measured using rebound tonometry while penguins were held in 2 different body positions.
Subjects with corneal abnormalities precluding applanation tonometry.
The pressure inside the eye is measured by a test called tonometry, which is used to detect acute glaucoma.
Intraocula pressure measurements using dynamic contour tonometry after laser in situ keratomileusis.
Results obtained with noncontact tonometry have a high statistical correlation to those obtained using conventional Goldmann applanation tonometry[1-8] (Table 1).
We have found that the simultaneous measurement of peripheral arterial tonometry, saturated oxygen level and heart rate, provides for a reliable and accurate detection of apneic events, similarly to results already reported in a number of papers published in recent years.
A complete ophthalmologic exam was conducted, including neuro-ophthalmic reflexes, Schirmer tear test I (STT-I), intraocular pressure (IOP) using rebound tonometry, fluorescein staining, horizontal corneal measurements using Jameson calipers, direct and indirect ophthalmoscopy, and ocular ultrasound biometry.