Intraocular pressure (IOP) is a crucial parameter in assessing eye health and detecting potential eye diseases, particularly glaucoma. Traditional methods of measuring IOP, such as applanation tonometry, can be uncomfortable, time-consuming, and require direct contact with the cornea, which poses a risk of infection or corneal abrasion.


The Diaton®tonometer, a non-invasive tonometer brought to market by DevelopAll Inc., New York offers a revolutionary approach to IOP measurement by eliminating the need for corneal contact. This innovative device measures IOP through the upper eyelid, providing a safe, pain-free, and accurate assessment of intraocular pressure.




Benefits and Advantages of Diaton® Tonometer


The Diaton® tonometer offers a multitude of benefits and advantages over traditional tonometers, making it a valuable tool for ophthalmologists and optometrists worldwide:


Non-invasive and Contact-Free: The Diaton® tonometer measures IOP through the upper eyelid, eliminating the need for direct contact with the cornea. This non-invasive approach significantly reduces discomfort, minimizes the risk of infection or corneal abrasion, and enhances patient compliance Tonometry .


Painless and Comfortable: The Diaton® tonometer's non-invasive nature ensures a painless and comfortable experience for patients. This is particularly advantageous for patients with sensitive eyes, children, and individuals with a fear of eye examinations.


Quick and Efficient: The Diaton® tonometer provides rapid and efficient IOP measurements, allowing healthcare professionals to assess eye health quickly and effectively. This can be particularly crucial in emergency settings or when screening large populations.


Accurate and Reliable: The Diaton® tonometer has been clinically proven to provide accurate and reliable IOP measurements, comparable to traditional tonometers. This ensures that healthcare professionals can make informed decisions regarding patient care.


Versatile and Adaptable: The Diaton® tonometer can be used to measure IOP in various settings, including hospitals, clinics, private practices, and even in the field. It is also compatible with various patient populations, including those with contact lenses or scleral lenses.


Hygienic and Infection Control: The Diaton® tonometer's non-invasive nature and lack of contact with the eye minimize the risk of cross-contamination and infection. This is particularly important in hospital and emergency settings where infection control is paramount.


Applications of Diaton® Tonometer


The Diaton® tonometer finds wide-ranging applications in various healthcare settings and patient populations:


Routine Eye Examinations: The Diaton® tonometer can be used as part of routine eye examinations to assess IOP and detect potential eye diseases, such as glaucoma.


Glaucoma Monitoring: The Diaton® tonometer is particularly useful for monitoring IOP in glaucoma patients, allowing for early detection of disease progression and timely intervention.


Emergency Eye Care: The Diaton® tonometer's quick, non-invasive, and accurate IOP measurements make it an invaluable tool in emergency eye care settings, where rapid assessment is crucial.


Pediatric Ophthalmology: The Diaton® tonometer's painless and comfortable nature makes it well-suited for measuring IOP in children, who may be more apprehensive of traditional tonometry methods.


Geriatric Ophthalmology: The Diaton® tonometer's ease of use and non-invasive nature make it an excellent choice for measuring IOP in older adults, who may have more sensitive eyes or experience difficulty with traditional tonometry methods.




The Diaton® tonometer represents a significant advancement in IOP measurement technology, offering a safe, pain-free, accurate, and versatile solution for assessing eye health. Its numerous benefits and advantages make it an invaluable tool for ophthalmologists and optometrists, enabling them to provide comprehensive and patient-centered eye care. As the demand for non-invasive and efficient IOP measurement methods continues to grow, the Diaton® tonometer is poised to revolutionize eye health assessment worldwide.


Who Uses the Diaton Tonometer?

Diaton Tonometer is intended for use by Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Ophthalmic technicians as well as Inpatient & Outpatient Clinics such as Hospitals, Emergency Department / Emergency Room, Urgent Care Clinics, Nursing & Elderly Homes, General & Specialty Practitioners as well as for Mass Glaucoma Screening purposes and medical missions.


Non-corneal, Scleral Diaton tonometer is particularly useful in cases where standard direct applanation (corneal) tonometry is difficult or not viable, such as with pediatric patients, in presence of certain corneal pathology, edema, infection, following corneal surgery, keratoconus, KPro and in cases of eye trauma.


To contact Team Diaton for more information or to obtain a price quote please visit www.TonometerDiaton.comor dial 1-877-DIATONS (877-342-8667)


About DevelopAll Inc: Dedicated to combating glaucoma-induced blindness globally, DevelopAll Inc is at the forefront with its cutting-edge DIATON diagnostic tonometer. Measuring IOP non-invasively via the eyelid and sclera, our pioneering technology promotes early glaucoma detection, fostering prompt treatment and ensuring enhanced patient outcomes. Delve into the realm of Diaton Tonometer and Glaucoma Eye Testing by visiting Reach the Diaton Tonometer Team at 1-877-DIATONS (877-342-8667).