Tonometer takes IOP measurement of mouse or rat eyes

May 1, 2006

Colonial Medical Supply Co. Inc. introduces the TonoLab tonometerthat is designed to measure the IOP of a mouse or rat?s eyes. Thetonometer is based on an induction-based rebound method that allowsIOP to be measured accurately, rapidly, and without localanesthesia.

Colonial Medical Supply Co. Inc. introduces the TonoLab tonometer that is designed to measure the IOP of a mouse or rat's eyes. The tonometer is based on an induction-based rebound method that allows IOP to be measured accurately, rapidly, and without local anesthesia.

One-use probes are used in the measurement, eliminating risk of microbiological contamination. The tonometer can be used in the diagnosis, follow-up, and screening of glaucoma. Screening is fast, effective, and reliable with document accuracy, according to the company.

For more information, visit Colonial Medical Supply Co. Inc. at Booth 503.