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Ophthalmic Tonographs

Definition : Graphic recorders incorporated in tonometers for recording the gradual changes in intraocular pressure. These devices consist of the tonometer probe or plunger and the electric unit to collect intraocular pressure (IOP) signals, to change them into electronic signals, and to record the IOP waveforms on the graphic paper. Some recorders are compatible with personal computers for waveform storage and analysis. The devices are used to facilitate the diagnosis and evaluation of glaucoma.

Entry Terms : "Recorders, Graphic" , "Ocular Pressure Recorders" , "Recorders, Ocular Pressure" , "Tonographs" , "Recorders, Physiologic, Ocular Pressure" , "Recorders, Physiologic, Ophthalmic Tonography"

UMDC code : 14067

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