Click here to listen In this episode, Dr. Elyse McGlumphy talks with Dr. Kaleem about her research using iCare Tonometry, an innovative technology for measuring intraocular pressure at home. Dr. Mona Kaleem currently works for Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine as an associate professor of ophthalmology. Shared from Apple Podcast; Diagnosis Glaucoma, Episode 28-2021.
With leaps into Tele-medicine, new focus is directed to at-home monitoring to supplement a patients normal treatment and care path. Enter the iCare HOME and HOME2 tonometers. The only portable rebound tonometers designed specifically for use by patients with Glaucoma. – C Epperson, MyEYES LLC. Excerpt from the article: “One big challenge with office-based tonometry […]
PODCAST, EYETUBE: Listen to Dr. Barbara Wirostko (UUMORAN-FARVO), discuss clinical collaboration. And learn from a long-time Patients’ perspective on home monitoring.
Click here to listen Richie Kahn, MPH, a clinical researcher and patient advocate, leads a discussion between physicians and patients on the use and value of home monitoring technology in ophthalmology. Kahn, who is also a patient with a rare and progressive form of optic atrophy as well as a clinical trial participant, is joined […]
As we continue to learn more information from the HOME’s broad IOP data collection, articles that addressed this very concern years ago have come to light with more influence than ever before. – C EPPERSON, MyEYES LLC. Excerpt from the article: In patients with glaucoma with office IOP in the normal range, large fluctuations in […]
iCare HOME tonometer sheds new light on old problems.
This is a fantastic article that details a very unique study looking at the importance of IOP measurement data and how this directly correlates to glaucoma. Abstract from the article: “…There is growing appreciation that IOP fluctuation may contribute to progression…” This original article was available at the American Academy of Ophthalmology 2021
This is a great short video put together for anyone interested in bridging the gap between progressing glaucoma and IOP in patients. Our own Dr. Wirostko put together this short video to give you a brief introduction on how our company can help to bridge the gap in IOP. By using this device and our […]
This is a great slideshow put together for The Glaucoma Foundation by our co-founder and chief medical advisor, Dr. Barbara Wirostko, MD FARVO, adjunct professor at the University of Utah Moran Eye Center. Abstract from the article: “…IOP is still the only modifiable risk factor [in glaucoma]. – Wiroskto” “Because of the sheer importance of […]
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 […]
MyEYES strives to continually keep our patients updated as to the latest information regarding Glaucoma. This article could be a potential game changer for the Eye Industry especially the Glaucoma Specialists in the way that they view their patients IOP from day-to-day fluctuations, and the importance of being able to capture that vital data 24/7. […]