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Review Of Benefits & Advantages Of DIATON Tonometer By Drs Mark Latina

Live From ASCRS: Dr. Mark Latina & Dr. Emil Chynn Review Benefits & Advantages of DIATON transpalpebral tonometer - tonometry through eyelid and sclera http://www.TonometerDiaton.com Booth Talk: Advantages &Benefits of Translpalpebral and Trans-scleral Tonometry with DIATON® Tonometer Pen Presented by: - Mark Latina, MD Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary - Harvard Medical School Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Tufts University School of Medicine Advanced Glaucoma Specialists, Reading, MA - Emil W. Chynn, MD, FASC Park Avenue LASEK, New York, NY http://www.parkavenuelasek.com/ Transcription of the interview: Host: We're here at ASCRS 2015 in San Diego and we have two doctors joining us - Doctor Emil Chynn from New York and Doctor Mark Latina from Boston. Gentlemen have been working with Diaton tonometer for quite some time, a number of years and have done a number clinical trials. Gentlemen we just would like to hear some of your experience with the device - please share. Mark Latina: So I've used the device now more than three years and it really integrates nicely to the clinical practice. I'd say device which can be used by all of our technicians, they are easily trained on the device, it doesn't really require an ophthalmologist or a highly skilled specialist to do the procedure and it can be done on a patient in virtually any setting and I think that's really quite important, you don't even need to be in the exam room to do the procedure. This of course allows for the device to be used in Non-ophthalmic or non-office space settings such as it being used in the third world countries and be used as a screening device. Emil Chynn: We did a trial at two centers, in my center in New York and Mark's center in Boston, where we validated the device against Goldmann and also Tonopen and within the normal range of glaucoma pressures it's usually within 2 mmHg which is quite accurate and in high pressures like in a high glaucoma patient it's

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