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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 disseminating this knowledge to our peers, we have developed an educational infographic. This visual aid succinctly presents the key use cases for at-home IOP monitoring, backed by recent scientific findings, and what we have been learning from you.

The Infographic highlights the following use cases for at-home IOP monitoring:

  1. Diagnosis of IOP Spikes: Catching and identifying Max IOPs,  often outside the clinic.
  2. Post & Pre-Operative Care: Ensuring optimal recovery and understanding IOPs post-op.
  3. Patient Empowerment: Enabling patients to be proactive in their care.
  4. Ongoing Glaucoma Management: Continual oversight for best outcomes – understanding IOP variability chronically.
  5. Remote Monitoring: Offering flexibility for remote care, especially in today’s digital age.

Ready to learn more about MyEyes and the iCare Home2? Reach out to our customer advocates today!

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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.