iCare IC200

iCare IC200 tonometer - introducing a new era in clinical tonometry

Key features

  • 200-degree position freedom
  • Quick Measure for easier and faster IOP measurements
  • Suitable for all patients
  • Consistent and accurate readings
  • No anesthetic drops
  • Improved probe control
  • No calibration

iCare IC200 tonometer with 200 degrees positional freedom

iCare IC200 is the most versatile tonometer in iCare’s product portfolio. This flagship device is designed for professional use in the clinic as well as in eye surgery and emergency rooms. With 200 degrees of positional freedom, it can measure intraocular pressure (IOP) whether the patient is standing, sitting, elevated or in a supine position.

Extensive flexibility in positioning is especially useful in clinical, surgical or emergency settings when the patient’s eye pressure needs to be measured regardless of the patient’s position.

Freedom to measure in multiple positions

The most crucial development in IC200 compared to other iCare’s tonometers is its freedom in the measurement position. The patient can stand, sit, be in an upright, supine or lateral recumbent position. The tonometer IC200 can be used in 200 degrees measurement angle.

As with other iCare tonometers, the professional iCare IC200 tonometer is based on a rebound measuring principle that requires no anesthetic drops, air or specialized skills for its use.

Experience faster and easier IOP Measurements with the Quick Measure feature

Quick Measure is an innovative upgrade to the iCare IC200 that offers all the benefits of iCare’s patented rebound technology but in a faster and more optimized manner.

The new feature enables the iCare IC200 to measure IOP using only two or three rapid individual measurements instead of the standard six. This reduces test time to about one-third of the device’s default measurement method, making Quick Measure an ideal solution for even the most challenging patients.

Read more about the unique Quick Measure feature and how it can enhance the tonometry experience.

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Automated positioning alignment

A high-visibility indicator at the probe base confirms your positioning of the tonometer before measurement. A green light indicates measurement will be reliable and a red light indicates incorrect positioning.

Reliable, repeatable measurements

An intuitive user interface maximizes clinical efficiency even in the most demanding situations. Display and navigation buttons are on the backside of the device towards the user. With iCare IC200 IOP measuring is fast, accurate and reliably repeatable, with individual readings displayed to one-decimal mmHg resolution.

Compared to other iCare tonometers, the iCare IC200 tonometer accepts only measurements which are taken in the correct way - perpendicularly from the center of the cornea. This new position technology makes the results even more reliable and accurate.

Wireless printing and data transfer via Bluetooth

The tonometer can be paired with a Bluetooth printer for printing the measurement results or with a computer for transferring the measurement results. To export the measurement results you first need to pair the IC200 with the computer having Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) functionality and iCare EXPORT Software installed.


  • In our study, the Icare ic200 overestimated the IOP. The overestimation increased as the baseline IOP increased. The agreement between the IOP measurement by GAT and Icare ic200 was <2 mm Hg at all ranges of IOP. The narrow limits of agreement between the tonometers for an IOP <21 mm Hg makes it a useful alternative to GAT in this pressure range.


  • There was excellent agreement between the IC200 and GAT tonometers, both in healthy subjects and PCG, with a trend to overestimate IOP when measured with IC200. There was no influence by CCT on IOP measurements in patients with PGC.


  • Intraocular pressure (IOP) readings obtained by an iCare IC100 iCare tonometer in our study have shown reasonable concordance with Goldmann applanation tonometry (GAT). Overestimation of IOP measured by rebound technology as compared with GAT is directly proportional to IOP. As the Icare [sic] tonometer measured IOP with good accuracy, it may be considered as an appropriate method for clinical use in normal subjects and glaucoma patients.

    Journal of Glaucoma, December, 2014

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