Diaton Tonometer Clinical Trials Guide 15 trials + Training Videos, Testimonials, Reviews

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Description: Diaton Tonometer Clinical Trials Guide: A summary of 15 Clinical Comparison Trials Related to Diaton Transpalpebral & Transscleral Tonometer vs Goldmann, Tonopen, Non-contact, Ocular Response Analyzer, Perkins and Pascal Dynamic Contour Tonometers in Normal, Glaucoma, Keratoconus, post LASIK and post KPro Type 1 subjects + Reviews, Testimonials, Manuals & User Guides, Videos: Comparison of Intraocular Pressure before and after Laser In Situ Keratomileusis Refractive Surgery Measured with Perkins Tonometry, Noncontact Tonometry, and Transpalpebral Tonometry. J Ophthalmol. 2015;2015:683895.

doi: 10.1155/2015/683895. Epub 2015 Jun 8. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26167293 Diaton Tonometer use in Boston KPro Type 1.

Clinical Study from University of Illinois at Chicago: Agreement among Transpalpebral,Transcleral and Tactile Intraocular Pressure Measurements in Eyes with Type 1 Boston Keratoprosthesis Diaton tonometer in Keratoconus study: Tonometric Values of Intraocular Pressure, Using the Goldmann Tonometer, Tonopen and Diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer in Keratoconus Clinical Comparison of 3 tonometers: Comparative Agreement Among Three Methods of Tonometry: Goldmann Applanation, Transpalpebral and Dynamic Contour Diaton tonometer use post LASIK: Diaton tonometer for intraocular pressure measurements after laser in situ keratomileusis Additional trials/articles can be found here: https://www.tonometerdiaton.com/index.php?do=home.Comparison_clinical_trials_Diato ...Please navigate Paper pages for more details.

 
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Contents:
Diaton Tonometer Clinical Trials Guide:

A summary of 15 Clinical Comparison Trials Related to Diaton Transpalpebral
& Transscleral Tonometer vs Goldmann, Tonopen, Non-contact, Ocular
Response Analyzer, Perkins and Pascal Dynamic Contour Tonometers in
Normal, Glaucoma, Keratoconus, post LASIK and post KPro Type 1 subjects +
Reviews, Testimonials, Manuals & User Guides, Videos:


Comparison of Intraocular Pressure before and after Laser In Situ Keratomileusis
Refractive Surgery Measured with Perkins Tonometry, Noncontact Tonometry, and
Transpalpebral Tonometry. J Ophthalmol. 2015;2015:683895. doi: 10.1155/2015/683895.
Epub 2015 Jun 8.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26167293



Diaton Tonometer use in Boston KPro Type 1. Clinical Study from University of Illinois
at Chicago: Agreement among Transpalpebral,Transcleral and Tactile Intraocular
Pressure Measurements in Eyes with Type 1 Boston Keratoprosthesis



Diaton tonometer in Keratoconus study: Tonometric Values of Intraocular Pressure,
Using the Goldmann Tonometer, Tonopen and Diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer in
Keratoconus



Clinical Comparison of 3 tonometers: Comparative Agreement Among Three Methods of
Tonometry: Goldmann Applanation, Transpalpebral and Dynamic Contour



Diaton tonometer use post LASIK: Diaton tonometer for intraocular pressure
measurements after laser in situ keratomileusis
Additional trials/articles can be found here:
http://www.tonometerdiaton.com/index.php?do=home.Comparison_clinical_trials_Diato
n_Tonometer_Goldmann_Tonopen_Applanation_Tonometers





Instructions Videos and step-by-step Easy to follow picture guides + Quick User Guide+
Training videos can be found here: https://tonometry.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/diaton-





tonometer-manual-quick-user-guide-how-to-use-diaton-tonometer-user-videos-helpfultips/
The following video would give you a great overview to see how quick and easy the test
really is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mfu2leF4UYw

Testimonial: Review of Advantages and Benefits of DIATON Tonometer by Dr
Mark Latina and Dr Emil Chynn
http://www.tonometerdiaton.com/index.php?do=home.viewNews&item=Review_Diaton
_Tonometer_by_Dr_Mark_Latina_Dr_Emil_Chynn_Advantages_Benefits

Comparison of Intraocular Pressure before and after Laser In Situ
Keratomileusis Refractive Surgery Measured with Perkins Tonometry,

Noncontact Tonometry, and Transpalpebral Tonometry.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26167293



Cacho I1, Sanchez-Naves J1, Batres L2, Pintor J3, Carracedo G4.
Purpose. To compare the intraocular pressure (IOP) before and after Laser In Situ
Keratomileusis (LASIK), measured by Diaton, Perkins, and noncontact air pulse
tonometers. Methods. Fifty-seven patients with a mean age of 34.88 were scheduled for
myopia LASIK treatment. Spherical equivalent refraction (SER), corneal curvature (K),
and central corneal thickness (CCT) and superior corneal thickness (SCT) were obtained
before and after LASIK surgery. IOP values before and after surgery were measured
using Diaton, Perkins, and noncontact air pulse tonometers.
Results. The IOP values before and after LASIK surgery using Perkins tonometer and air
tonometers were statistically significant (p < 0.05). However, no significant differences
were found (p > 0.05) for IOP values measured with Diaton tonometer. CCT decreases
significantly after surgery (p < 0.05) but no statistical differences were found in SCT (p =
0.08). Correlations between pre- and postsurgery were found for all tonometers used,
with p = 0.001 and r = 0.434 for the air pulse tonometer, p = 0.008 and r = 0.355 for
Perkins, and p < 0.001 and r = 0.637 for Diaton.
Conclusion. Transpalpebral tonometry may be useful for measuring postsurgery IOP
after myopic LASIK ablation because this technique is not influenced by the treatment.
PMID: 26167293 [PubMed] PMCID: PMC4475733

Agreement among Transpalpebral,Transcleral and Tactile Intraocular
Pressure Measurements in Eyes with Type 1 Boston Keratoprosthesis
Jessica L.Liu,Thasarat S.Vajaranant,Maria S.Cortina,Jacob T.Wilensky. Glaucoma,
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
Purpose: The use of keratoprostheses (KPro) to restore vision in eyes with corneal
opacities has become increasingly popular in the last five years. Intraocular pressure
(IOP) is a cardinal measurement employed in glaucoma management. This presents a
major problem since glaucoma remains a major visual limiting factor in eyes with KPro
and most forms of tonometry require an intact cornea. The purpose of this study is to
determine if transpalpebral IOP measurement can be an alternative method of measuring
IOP and yield valuable data in eyes with KPro.
Methods: We retrospectively reviewed IOP measurements in patients who had received
Type 1 Boston KPro, and their IOP were estimated by three different methods during
routine visits to their cornea! surgeon. The surgeon estimated the IOP range tactilely by
palpation of the globe. A pneumatonometer (Model 30 Classic; Mentor, BioRad, Santa
Ana, California, USA) was used to measure IOP by placing the tonometer tip on the
sclera peripherally to the contact lens in the inferotemporal quadrant. The Diaton
tonometer (BiCOM, Inc., Long Beach, NY, USA) was used to obtain values through the
upper lid in accordance with the instructions by the manufacturer. An average of two
Diaton IOP measurements was used in the analysis. Since the tactile IOP were recorded
as a range rather than a definite number, we computed the percent agreement, the
percentage of eyes in which pneumatometer or Diaton lOPs were within 2 mmHg of the
tactile IOP range. Two-tailed t-test was used to compare the mean of pneumatonometer
and Diaton IOP measurements.
Results: The analysis included 23 eyes of 20 patients. The percentage agreement was
85% between tactile range and pnematonometer lOPs, and 95% between tactile range and
Diaton lOPs. Pneumatonometer consistently yielded higher IOP values, compared to

Diaton (p=0.04). The overall IOP mean ± SD was 17.2 ± 6 mmHg for pneumatonometer
and 13.8± 5 mmHg for Diaton tonometer.
Conclusions: The presence of KPro did not appear to interfere with IOP with Diaton
tonometer, and Diaton tonometer yielded IOP readings that were similar to those
obtained by palpation. Scleral pneumotonometry yielded values that were consistently
higher than tactile estimates and Diaton IOP. In addition to routine IOP estimates by
palpation, transcleral and transpalpebral IOP measurements can be considered to monitor
patients with KPro.

Influence of Corneal Thickness on Tonometrical Values of Intraocular
Pressure,using the Goldmann tonometer and transpalpebral Diaton
tonometer
Federal University of São Paulo – Paulista School of Medicine Department of
Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Felipe Taveira Daher, MD, Augusto Paranhos
Junior,MD, PhD
Introduction:
The corneal thickness is one of the factors having influence on the tonometrical values.
Keratoconus usually evolutes with decrease of corneal thickness and, as a consequence,
the tonometrical values may underestimate the real intraocular pressure.
The transpalpebral tonometer diaton surges as an equipment that may not be influenced
by the corneal thickness and obtain tonometrical values closer to the real intraocular
pressure.
Purpose:
Compare intraocular pressure values acquired by three different tonometers
(Goldmann,Tonopen and transpalpebral diaton tonometer) in patients in two groups:
control group and keratoconus patients. And evaluate the influence of corneal thickness
on each tonometer.
Material and methods:
Patients were divided into two groups: the control group, with patients without
keratoconus or corneal thinning, and the keratoconus group, with patient with
keratoconus or corneal thinning.
Patients were than submitted to an OCT pachymetry and the intraocular pressure were
measured by three tonometers under the study (one measure with Goldmann tonometer
and Tonopen, three measures with transpalpebral tonometer). After that, ophthalmic
glycerol was applied on the corneal surface and the OCT pachymetry were repeated after
five minutes. Finally, the intraocular pressure values were measured again, with the
Tonopen and transpalpebral tonometer, one and three retrospectively. There were
fourteen volunteers on the control group and twelve volunteers on the keratoconus group.
The concordance evaluation between the two groups was made using the Blant-Altman
graphic and the interclass correlation coefficient evaluation between three different
tonometers independently of the group was made.
Results:

The interclass correlation coefficient was satisfactory for the three measures with the
transpalpebral tonometer (0.88- CI: 0.80 to 0.92), but not satisfactory among the three
tonometers (0.60 – CI: 0.35 to 0.76).
The regression analysis of the differences shows a trend of the discordance on the
extreme values of the Tonopen and the transpalpebral tonometer comparing to the
Goldmann tonometer. For the lowest intraocular pressures the transpalpebral tonometer
trends to measure the pressure higher and, for the highest pressures, the transpalpebral
tonometer trends to measure lower, which is the same for Tonopen, independently of the
group, however the lower intraocular pressure were of the keratoconus group.
Conclusion:
The measures of the transpalpebral tonometer show satisfactory reproducibility and their
concordance with the Goldmann, mainly in the patients with keratoconus on which the
pressure values were higher than the Goldmann, may trend to measure a value closer to
the real intraocular pressure, as the Goldmann tonometer underestimates the intraocular
pressure on patients with keratoconus.
Tonometric Values of Intraocular Pressure, Using the Goldmann Tonometer, Tonopen
and Diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer in Keratoconus

Comparison of Accuracy of diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer Versus
Goldmann Applanation Tonometer,Dynamic Contour Tonometer and
Ocular Response Analyzer
Henry D Perry,MD,Valeriy Erichev,MD PhD; E.S. Avetisov MD;Alla Illarionova,MD,
Alexey Antonov MD
PURPOSE: To compare intraocular pressure measurements obtained with the diaton
transpalpebral tonometer with those from ocular response analyzer (ORA), dynamic
(should be in same order as title)contour tonometry (DCT) and Goldmann applanation
tonometry (GAT) in patients diagnosed with primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) and
glaucoma suspects, and to determine the effects of central corneal thickness (CCT) and
corneal hysteresis (CH) on intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements with these devices.
METHODS: 40 patients (80 eyes) age 42-83 years with POAG and glaucoma suspects
were included in the study. The average of ORA (corneal compensated IOP [IOPORAcc] and Goldmann-correlated IOP [IOP-ORAg]), DCT, GAT, and Diaton tonometer
levels were compared and the devices were examined with respect to CCT and CH.
Spearman's correlation tests were used for statistical analysis.
RESULTS: Mean CCT was 561,2±32,4mum and mean CH was 10.6+/-2.0 mmHg.
Mean IOP obtained using DCT was 18,9±4,1 mmHg, whereas those provided by ORA
were 18,2±3,4 mmHg for IOP-ORAcc and 18,4±3,5 mmHg for IOP-ORAg. The mean
IOP obtained using GAT and Diaton were 18,4±4,1 mmHg and 17,0±3,0 mmHg
respectively.The performed analysis of correlation between IOP meanings shows high
conformity of results of Diaton with IOP-ORAcc and DCT. The differences between the
measurements of DCT, ORA and Diaton were statistically significant. Correlated rates
relations: between IOP-ORAcc and DCT 0,89; between IOP-ORAcc and Diaton 0,96;
IOP-ORAcc and GAT 0,56; between GAT and Diaton 0,61; GAT and DCT 0,73; DCT
and Diaton 0,87.

CONCLUSIONS: Transpalpebral Tonometry is an accurate method of IOP
measurement that is also independent from the biomechanical characteristics of cornea. It
can be recommended for IOP measurements of patients diagnosed with glaucoma
including those cases where cornea pathology or cornea characteristics have been altered.

COMPARATIVE AGREEMENT AMONG THREE METHODS OF
TONOMETRY: GOLDMANN APPLANATION, TRANSPALPEBRAL
AND DYNAMIC CONTOUR
LUIS A. ZARATE,Magdalena García-Huerta,Rafael Castañeda Diez,Mauricio
Turati,Felix Gil Carrasco,Jesus Jimenez-Roman,Jose A.
Paczka.1GLAUCOMA,ASOCIACION PARA EVITAR LA CEGUERA EN
MEXICO,Mexico;2.Glaucoma;3.Asistencia e Investigacion en Glaucoma
Purpose: To investigate agreement of intraocular pressure (IOP) as measured by the
Goldmann applanation tonometer (GAT), the Pascal dynamic contour tonometer (DCT),
and Diaton transpalpebral tonometer (DTT).
Methods: Device agreement was calculated by Bland-Altman analysis in 77 eyes of 40
individuals (mean age 58.9 ± 13 years) with a mixed diagnosis of glaucoma suspicion
and primary open-angle glaucoma. All measurements were performed in a random order
by the same clinician according to standard procedures.
Results: Mean IOPs ± S.D. were 14.4 ± 2.9 mm Hg (GAT), 18.8 ± 3.2 mm Hg (DCT; P
= 0.005, ANOVA), and 15.1 ± 3.1 mm Hg (DTT). Bland-Altman analysis demonstrated
that, on average, DCT IOP measurements overestimated in approximately 3 mm Hg,
values derived from GAT and DTT, although agreement was fairly good.
Conclusions: All methods of tonometry were adequate to measure IOP in our sample.
Agreement among devices was considered good;nevertheless, DCT values of IOP were
significantly higher as compared to the other two assessed methods.

Clinical study of the influence of the anti-hypertensive drugs on the
intraocular pressure level with Non-Corneal Through-The-Eyelid
Diaton Tonometer
Illarionova A, Ivanov S, Savenkov M
Aim: To analyze the influence of the anti-hypertensive medicines on the intraocular
pressure (IOP) level in patients. Material and methods: 82 patients with arterial
hypertension of the 1-st and 2-nd degree with high cardiovascular risk, 10 patients
from this group had the Primary open-angle glaucoma. We used diuretics
(Hydrochlorothiazide 12,5-25 mg/day), calcium channel-blocking agents (Amlodipine
2,5-5 mg/day), beta-adrenergic blocking agents (Bisoprolol 2,5-5 mg/day), inhibitors of
angiotensin converting enzyme (iACE) (Enalaprilum 5-10 mg/day), nitrates (Isosorbide
mononitrate 40-50 mg/day and Isosorbide dinitrate (1,25 mg/day). All the patients were
measured IOP with transpalpebral Diaton tonometer before taking the medications, 3 and
24 h after taking the drugs and after 7-14 days. The IOP was measured initially during the
use of Isosorbide dinitrate as the spray (ISOKET) 30, 60 and 90 min after taking it.
Results:
The reliable change of IOP wasn’t detected in patients who were taking
diuretics, calcium channel inhibitors, iACE and B1-adrenergic blocking agents
neither during the acute pharmacological testing, nor during the intake of the antihypertensive drugs. The IOP reduction was found during the intake of the B2-adrenergic
blocking agents (mean initial IOP 19,2±1,3 mmHg, mean IOP after 7-14 days 16,3±1,4

mmHg). The increase of IOP was observed during the intake of the nitrates (mean initial
IOP 18,8±1,2 mmHg, mean IOP after 7-14 days 23,8±1,3 mmHg). According to the
results of the acute pharmacological testing the IOP increase was observed 40 min after
the intake of one dose (1,25 mg) of Isosorbide dinitrate and remained increased up to
1,5 hours on patients with POAG (mean initial IOP 22,7±1,8 mmHg, IOP after 40 min
26,1±1,9 mmHg, IOP after 90 min 25,8±1,9 mmHg).
Conclusions:
Portable, ergonomic ophthalmo-tonometer diaton suits perfectly in general medical
practice for IOP monitoring to make anti-hypertensive drugs treatment safe.

Transpalpebral tonometer application during intraocular pressure evaluation
in the patients with refraction anomaly before and after keratophotorefractive
surgery
by Prof. A.P. Nesterov, MD., T.B. Dzhafarli, MD., A.R.Illarionova, MD. Russian State Medical
University, Moscow.
Great success of the modern keratorefractive surgery, especially excimerlaser cornea
microsurgery (FRК, LASIK, LASEK, Epi-LASIK) and its wide spread require high attention to
the eye morphophysiological rates in pre- and postoperational period. The most important rates
are still the characteristics of the cornea, such as thickness and its changes, regenerative response
of corneal tissue and its regulation, as well as the data of intraocular pressure (IOP) and their
correlation with cornea metrical rates.
According to the data of numerous investigations, underestimation of IOP level during
applanation tonometry in patients, which were subject to keratophotorefractive surgeries, is of
great importance in glaucoma diagnostic search. Hence, the advantages of scleral tonometry
application in this category of patients for ophthalmotone appropriate evaluation and timely
ophthalmohypertension detection are clear.
Purpose
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the clinical use of transpalpebral scleral tonometry,
reliability of its application in the patients with refraction anomaly in pre- and postoperational
period, dynamics of eye morphometric rates (pachymetry of the central corneal zone, IOP) and
their correlative bond before and after photorefractive surgeries.
Methods
We have analyzed the results of prospective comparative case series clinical study in 98 patients
(194 eyes) with ametropia of various degrees, among which 59 persons (118 eyes) form the
group of patients, who have no keratophotorefractive surgeries in past history, and 39 patients
(76 eyes), which were the subject to excimerlaser vision correction (Epi-LASIK, LASIK, FRK)
with various length of postoperational period from 7 days to 4 years.
The patients age distribution was from 18 to 53 years, the women make 61%, the men - 39%.
The following factors were exclusion criteria from the study:
Cornea pathology, influencing prognosticly the applanation tonometry results;
Upper eyelid and sclera pathology, which are the contraindications for transpalpebral diatontonometry.

Before and after the surgery all patients were subject to the complete refractive examination,
including keratotopography and wavefront-aberrometry (AMO, USA). In a number of patients
for cornea state morphologic evaluation we conducted US-biomicroscopy of the corneal optical
zone before and in two months after laser correction (Picture 1).
Before and after surgery we trice measured pachymetry corneal thickness in central (4 points)
zone - central corneal thickness (CCT) in each patient. We realized the study using two devices:
US-pachymeter UP 1000 by NIDEK (Japan) and А-scan-pachymeter P55 by Paradigm (USA).
IOP was measured with Goldmann applanation tonometer (Rodenstok, Germany),
pneumotonometer (NIDEK, Japan) and transpalpebral scleral diaton tonometer (RSIME, Russia,
picture 2) using traditional methodology (picture 3), all ophthalmotone measurements were
realized the patients being in the sitting position with time interval being 2-3 minutes between
two investigators.
The surgeries were carried out using excimer laser VISX Star S4 IR (AMO, USA),
microkeratome LSK Evolution II (Moria, France) and epikeratome Centurion SES (Norwood,
Australia)
Statistical treatment of the received results was realized using common methods of medical
mathematical statistics. Statistic calculations were carried out using "Analysis Tools Pack".
Determination of differences reliability between the groups being compared in the presence of
normal distribution in sampling of one-type factors was realized using two-sample t-tests.
Correlation analysis by Pearson allowed detecting the character of correlations between
showings. Correlation with Р