Did you know that an increasing number of hospitals are now using the Corneal Hysteresis metric as a more reliable and objective predictor of glaucoma progression?
The Reichert 7CR is the "Glaucoma Tonometer" with Corneal Response Technology® and IOPcc. The device incorporates the new Corneal Hysteresis metric to give a more accurate IOP reading, known as IOPcc (Corneal Compensated IOP).
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IOPcc is minimally affected by corneal visco-elastic properties, thickness, or surgical procedures such as LASIK or PRK. As such it is a better indicator of glaucoma risk than other methods of tonometry, including Goldmann Applanation.
Find out how the 7CR Auto Tonometer + Corneal Response Technology can change the way that you work.