1. iCare at ICE 2024

    iCare will be attending the 21st International Congress of Endocrinology ICE on 1-3 March 2024 in Dubai, UAE. Visit our booth 10, and learn more about our screening solutions.

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  2. iCare at EGS 2024

    iCare will be attending The European Glaucoma Society Congress in Dublin, Ireland, on 1-4 June. Visit our booth 15 and learn more about our advance solutions in the ophthalmic field.

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  3. iCare at ESCRS 2024

    iCare will be attending ESCRS in Barcelona, Spain, on 6-9 September. You will have a chance to experience the latest innovations of the products we offer to support the diagnosis and management of ophthalmic diseases. You’ll find us at the booth number A56.

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  4. iCare at the OCT & Retina Forum 2024

    Welcome to visit iCare at OCT & Retina Forum in Milan, Italy, on March 21-22. We invite you to stop by our booth 1 at OCT & Retina Forum in Milan to get firsthand experience on the ease-of-use of our fundus imaging systems and accuracy of the TrueColor Confocal retina images. All the devices are non-mydriatic […]

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  5. iCare at ATTD 2024

    Meet iCare from 6-9 March 2024, in Florence, Italy, for the 17th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes. We welcome you to join the ATTD Webinar: Diabetes-Related Microvascular Complications, Focusing on Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) and Diabetic Macular Edema (DME) on April 3rd 2024 at 17:00 GMT +2. This one-hour session delving into the intricacies […]

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  6. Five reasons to always choose original iCare probes for iCare tonometers

    iCare, the original developer of rebound tonometry, has transformed tonometry by delivering innovative, easy-to-use tonometers for both professionals and patients. This dedication to excellence extends to iCare probes, which are integral accessories to our tonometers. iCare probes are specially designed to ensure safe, hygienic, and accurate IOP measurements. Below are five reasons why you should […]

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  7. Glaucoma specialist offers insights on IOP home monitoring and iCare HOME2

    Dr. Barbara Wirostko, M.D., FARVO, Moran Eye Center, University of Utah, recently spoke at the DOG conference in Berlin about the complexity of glaucoma and the importance of ambulatory monitoring of intraocular pressure (IOP) for patients. The glaucoma specialist observed that self-tonometry with a device like iCare HOME2 can help eye health professionals personalize treatments […]

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  8. Luxury vs Necessity, Finding the Balance in an iCare EIDON

    Originally published by MiVision Dr Malvika Gupta explains why the iCare EIDON Ultra-Widefield fundus camera is a “jack of all trades and master of many” – and why that makes it a necessity in practice, even if it’s not a billable item. Eye care professionals are well aware of the need to visualise the peripheral […]

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  9. Studies reveal iCare HOME offers easy and reliable IOP measurements to support glaucoma care

    Recent studies have highlighted that self-measuring of intraocular pressure (IOP) using the iCare HOME tonometer can be a reliable tool to aid clinical decision-making in glaucoma management. Rebound self-tonometry has revolutionized glaucoma care over the last two decades. iCare HOME tonometers empower patients to take self-measurements and offer accurate real-world IOP data, that can support […]

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  10. Quick, easy, and painless measurements make iCare devices an ideal choice for pediatric patients

    iCare devices such as the IC100 tonometer and the EIDON fundus camera are intuitive, easy to use, and practical, making them a great choice for even the youngest patients, reveals Dr. Mario Angi, a renowned ophthalmologist who runs a practice in Padua, Italy. Any ophthalmic practice can benefit from tools that are reliable and accurate. […]

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