Comparative analysis of the results of measuring intraocular pressure with a TVGD-02 Easyton tonometer and a Goldman tonometer in residents of Kazakhstan of the Mongoloid race

The aim of the study  This study aims to compare the results of intraocular pressure (IOP) among Mongoloid race individuals residing in Kazakhstan using the transpalpebral Easyton tonometer TVGD-02 and the Goldman tonometer. The study seeks to explore the impact of epicanthus on TPT results. It is worth noticing that tonometers cannot be employed in […]

Monitoring Intraocular Pressure in Children with Easyton Transpalpebral Tonometer

Abstract Purpose: To compare the effectiveness of transpalpebral scleral tonometry (TPST) and corneal pneumotonometry in children, and assess the discomfort level when measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) by these methods. Methods: TPST using EASYTON tonometer (Russia) and pneumotonometry using Reichert 7 Non-contact AutoTonometer (USA) have been sequentially performed on 84 eyes (42 children aged 5-14, ave. 9.3 ± […]

Possibilities of monitoring intraocular pressure in children using EASYTON transpalpebral tonometer

Purpose To compare the effectiveness of transpalpebral scleral tonometry (TPST) and corneal pneumotonometry in children, and assess the discomfort level when measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) by these methods. Methods TPST using EASYTON tonometer (Russia) and pneumotonometry using Reichert 7 Non-contact AutoTonometer (USA) have been sequentially performed on 84 eyes (42 children aged 5–14, ave. 9.3 ± 2.7), […]