Use Cases for IOP Monitoring

Over the past two years, with over 800 patients now having used the iCare Home2, our team has been deeply engaged in understanding the benefits and potential of at-home IOP monitoring. We have been partnering with glaucoma specialists to learn more. We recognize the transformative potential of the data this technology provides to our patients. Understanding the importance of […]

Blood Pressure, Blood Pressure Medications, and Glaucoma: A Conversation With Dr Ruth Williams

MyEYES strives to continually keep our patients updated as to the latest information regarding Glaucoma. This article from Medscape.com highlights the association of Blood pressure, medications and Glaucoma. – C S Epperson, MyEYES. Conclusion from the article: “…An article that was published this year is the focus and springboard for our discussion today. It was […]

iCare HOME tonometry reliably detects IOP changes in Glaucoma.

MyEYES strives to continually keep our patients updated as to the latest information regarding Glaucoma. This article from the American Academy of Ophthalmology highlights the reliability and effectiveness of the iCare HOME tonometer. – C S Epperson, MyEYES. Conclusion from the article: “…This study demonstrates the utility of home tonometry with the iCare HOME device […]

Remote Monitoring comes into FOCUS

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 […]

Large fluctuations in IOP are an independent risk factor in Glaucoma…

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 […]

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 […]