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April 29,2019


Only Ocular Response Analyzer® G3 measures Corneal Hysteresis and Corneal Compensated IOP (IOPcc) using patented technology to assess the unique corneal biomechanical properties of your patient. Corneal Hysteresis has shown to be an independent risk factor and more predictive of glaucoma development and progression than CCT or IOP1-3. Using biomechanics, IOPcc is less influenced by corneal properties than Goldmann applanation tonometry4.

Only Tono-Pen AVIA® continues to advance handheld tonometry with the all-new Quick-TapTM measurement mode. The same ready-to-use, calibration-free, and accurate operation, now with more confidence in fewer measurements. Trusted by clinicians for over 30 years. We share your passion for improving glaucoma care.

References: 1. Medeiros FA, Meira-Freitas D, Lisboa R, Kuang TM, Zangwill LM, Weinreb RN. Corneal hysteresis as a risk factor for glaucoma progression: a prospective longitudinal study. Ophthalmology. 2013 Aug;120(8):1533-40. 2. De Moraes CV, Hill V, Tello C, Liebmann JM, Ritch R. Lower corneal hysteresis is associated with more rapid glaucomatous visual field progression. J Glaucoma. 2012 Apr-May;21(4):209-13. 3. Susanna CN, Diniz-Filho A, Daga FB, Susanna BN, Zhu F, Ogata NG, Medeiros FA. Am J Ophthalmol. A Prospective Longitudinal Study to Investigate Corneal Hysteresis as a Risk Factor for Predicting Development of Glaucoma. 2018 Mar;187:148-152. doi: 10.1016/j.ajo.2017.12.018. 4. Felipe A. Medeiros, MD and Robert N. Weinreb, MD. Evaluation of the Influence of Corneal Biomechanical Properties on Intraocular Pressure Measurements Using the Ocular Response Analyzer. J Glaucoma 2006;15:364–370. CPT is registered trademark of the American Medical Association.

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