Icare® ic100 TONOMETER

THE TONOMETER FOR
ALL EYE CARE PROFESSIONALS

The device is based on a rebound measuring principle that requires no drops, air or specialized skills for its use.

Icare® ic100 KEY FEATURES

Icare® AMS
Automatic measuring sequence –
series and single mode with one button

Icare® EasyNav
Advanced navigation interface

Icare® EasyPos
Intelligent positioning assistant for the correct alignment of the tonometer

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KNOWING IS CARING

It’s now possible for healthcare professionals to get platform-free access to their patients’ long term 24/7 IOP-results.

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A SAFE EYE PRESSURE CHECK

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Icare’s patented rebound technology is a proven technique for obtaining accurate and rapid IOP measurements from all your patients. With an Icare tonometer a single-use probe is used to measure the eye pressure.

USING AN ICARE TONOMETER IS A SAFE CHOICE FOR YOU AND YOUR PATIENTS

Measuring with an Icare tonometer is free from air puff, anesthesia, drops or other preparation. The Icare tonometers enable hygienic and effortless eye pressure measurement that is barely noticed by the patient, making it suitable for all patients from the very young, to the older generation, even for post-surgical applications.

The Icare tonometers are safe because of the use of a single-use probe.

The Icare tonometers do not create microaerosol formations while a risk of crosscontamination may be present during microaerosol generating procedures like air puff tonometry [1-2].

References

  • Britt JM, Clifton BC, Barnebey HS, Mills RP. Microaerosol formation in noncontact “air-puff” tonometry. Arch Ophthalmol. 1991;109:225–228.
  • Tracy H. T. Lai, Emily W. H. Tang, Sandy K. Y. Chau, Kitty S. C. Fung, Kenneth K. W. Li. Stepping up infection control measures in ophthalmology during the novel coronavirus outbreak: an experience from Hong Kong. Graefe’s Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology. 2020; e-published 03 March 2020.