News & Events

  1. Why the iCare DRSplus raises the retinal imaging benchmark

    Originally published by The Ophthalmologist. With many years of experience developing retinal imaging devices, iCare is highly ranked for scientific excellence and well known for providing ophthalmic imaging devices that help doctors diagnose and monitor eye disorders, retina diseases, and glaucoma with high accuracy. Following the success of the iCare DRS, the iCare team has […]

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  2. Tonometry Technology Growing in Leaps and Rebounds

    Originally published by The Ophthalmologist Jose Maria Martínez de la Casa, Professor of Ophthalmology at the Hospital Clínico San Carlos, Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain, explains his reliance on iCare rebound tonometers At my practice, I see approximately 50 to 60 private and public patients – most with glaucoma – every day. Ergonomics plays a […]

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  3. 20 years of innovation: iCare leads the market as the original developer of rebound tonometry

    For the past 20 years, iCare’s unparalleled rebound tonometry technology has reshaped the eye care industry. iCare tonometers are one of the most popular choices among eye care professionals and patients worldwide. Since its innovation two decades ago, the reliability and reproducibility of the measurements have been proven in over 200 clinical studies, firmly establishing […]

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  4. The iCare HOME2 tonometer engages patients in glaucoma management and helps in providing more comprehensive care

    A Swedish glaucoma specialist and a glaucoma patient, who has used the iCare HOME tonometer during several years, describe the benefits of self-tonometry in glaucoma care. They both agree that measuring IOP at home delivers better control over glaucoma management. Dr. Mario Economou, glaucoma specialist at Sophia hemmet and Ögonläkargruppen Praktikertjänst in Sweden, and his […]

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  5. Taking visual field analysis to a higher level with the iCare COMPASS automated perimeter

    Originally published by Ophthalmology Times Europe By Kaweh Mansouri, MD Visual field testing to identify functional damage is an essential component of the diagnostic evaluation for glaucoma detection and monitoring. Full threshold testing with automated perimetry is the gold standard for identifying and quantifying glaucoma-related functional damage and can be done using different perimeters that […]

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  6. Self-tonometry provides invaluable insight into diurnal IOP patterns – a key parameter to consider when assessing glaucoma treatment efficacy

    Comprehensive diurnal IOP profiles are key in ensuring that glaucoma patients receive the most appropriate care. According to recent research, the iCare HOME self-tonometer demonstrates the ability to characterize diurnal IOP patterns accurately within one week of using the device – making it a highly useful tool for modern glaucoma management. A recent study by […]

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  7. Panoramic 200° views of the retina in unsurpassed image quality with the new iCare EIDON Ultra-Widefield Module

    The new iCare EIDON Ultra-Widefield Module provides a wider view of the retina in high-quality images with a complete suite of imaging modalities. Combined with iCare’s TrueColor Confocal Technology, high resolution, and detail-rich images, the iCare EIDON UWF Module takes fundus imaging systems to the next level of eye care. A detailed panoramic view of […]

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  8. The iCare HOME self-tonometer demonstrates excellent potential to transform glaucoma diagnosis and management

    Clinical findings suggest that the iCare HOME tonometer provides similar measurement results to GAT as well as being easy to use and well accepted by patients. An example patient case highlights how the device can be used to guide and customize glaucoma management. Drs Liu, De Francesco, Schlenker, and Ahmed review the characteristics and clinical […]

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  9. Recent scientific publications show that iCare rebound tonometers offer distinguished reliability when measuring IOP changes over time

    According to the latest research, iCare’s rebound tonometry offers excellent reliability and demonstrates the capability to portray IOP changes more robustly than Goldmann applanation tonometry. Combined with an enhanced user experience for eye care professionals and patients alike, this presents a noteworthy challenge to the gold standard of IOP measurement. Several recent studies assessing the […]

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  10. Which iCare tonometer is best suited to your specific needs in different clinical situations?

    iCare tonometers IC100, IC200 and HOME2 are designed to meet the specific needs of eye care professionals and patients in a range of different clinical situations and environments. iCare IC100 is a reliable tonometer for professional use that excels when measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) in an upright position. The versatile flagship model iCare IC200 offers […]

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