Comparison between rebound tonometer and Tono-Pen® in relation to Goldmann applanation tonometry and the influence of central corneal thickness on these three methods

@inproceedings{MagelaVieira2019ComparisonBR,
  title={Comparison between rebound tonometer and Tono-Pen® in relation to Goldmann applanation tonometry and the influence of central corneal thickness on these three methods},
  author={Geraldo Magela-Vieira and Hugo Carvalho-Sousa and Ludmila N. Pinto-Silva},
  year={2019}
}
Objective: to compare intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements from two different instruments, the rebound tonometer (Icare) and the Tono-Pen XL (TP), with that from Goldmann applanation tonometer (GAT) and to determine the influence of central corneal thickness on these three instruments. Methods: 274 eyes from 137 healthy volunteers were evaluated in this cross-sectional study. All IOP measurements were made by the same examiner who was blinded to the observed result. Icare tonometry was… CONTINUE READING

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