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Tonometer T170 R
applanation tonometrytabletop

tonometer
tonometer
tonometer
tonometer
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Characteristics

Type of instrument
tonometer
Examination
applanation tonometry
Ergonomics
tabletop

Description

Goldmann applanation tonometer is a kind of instrument based on Imbert-Fick law. It is considered to be the gold standard instrument for measuring intraocular pressure. Applanation tonometer T170 is suitable for most slit lamps and pivots in front of the microscope for examination. It can effectively detect whether patients have glaucoma and play an important role in improving the diagnosis and treatment of ophthalmic diseases. Features ◉T170 applanation tonometer is designed based on the Goldman principle, which is a world widely gold standard. ◉Goldmann tonometer can provide fast and accurate IOP measurement data to clinical diagnosis and treatment. ◉Adjustable mechanical design ensures the reliable measurement result and durable performance of the instrument. ◉Repeated measuring procedures do not reduce the natural ocular pressure of the patient. ◉Applanation tonometer combined with most slit lamps: The measurement can be carried out on the patient sitting at the slit lamp in conjunction with other routine microscopic examinations Accurate Measurement With years of tests and clinical applications, Goldmann has been proved to be the gold standard for tonometry measurement. Based on the proven evidence, MediWorks T170 applanation tonometer applied the Goldmann principle in the design and manufacture. With a precision manufacturing process, the MediWorks applanation tonometer offers accurate and consistent measurements which give a clear picture of patients' IOP situation to the doctors.

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