Evaluierung der Reboundtonometrie (ICare) im Vergleich zum TonopenXL und dem Goldmann-Applanationstonometer

@article{Schreiber2007EvaluierungDR,
  title={Evaluierung der Reboundtonometrie (ICare) im Vergleich zum TonopenXL und dem Goldmann-Applanationstonometer},
  author={Winfried Schreiber and Christopher Vorwerk and Achim Langenbucher and Wolfgang J. Behrens-Baumann and Anja Viestenz},
  journal={Der Ophthalmologe},
  year={2007},
  volume={104},
  pages={299-304}
}
ZusammenfassungHintergrundMit dem Applanationstonometer nach Goldmann und dem Dynamischen Contour-Tonometer (PASCAL) stehen spaltlampenadaptierte Tonometer zur Verfügung. Bettlägerige Patienten oder Kinder können mitunter nur mit kleineren, handgehaltenen Tonometern untersucht werden (z. B. TonopenXL, Perkins-Tonometer, Draeger-Tonometer). Ziel war es, das auf der Rebound-Methode basierende handgehaltene ICare-Tonometer zu evaluieren.Patienten und MethodeUntersucht wurden 102 Augen durch 2… 

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