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At-Home IOP monitoring, [the how-to’s & getting started for clinicians]

This is a great quick-start guide for clinicians seeking to find a solution for home IOP monitoring. Here, the iCare HOME shines as the only at home monitor for IOP that requires no specialized training or anesthetic drops. This can help you help your patients find the best treatment paths to preserve vision based on their IOP’s. – C S Epperson, MyEYES.

Abstract from the article:

“…So, when we miss nighttime measurements, we are missing important data that can help us understand and treat our patients’ disease. Making for an even more complicated situation, IOP also varies day to day, and infrequent measurements — such as a single office visit every 3 months — provide just a snapshot of IOP patterns…”

This original article will be available in January/February 2022 Ophthalmicprofessionals.com

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MyEYES, LLC

MyEYES, LLC

Our mission is to make it easier to get home tonometers into hands of the people who need it. In this way, IOP data collected over the span of a week or two at several time points during the day and or night can help to direct an individual patients’ doctors to provide the ideal treatment for that patient’s tailored need. The result: the most effective way to proactively slow the damaging and blinding progression of this horrible disease.

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