IOP tonometer diaton

The device is intended for true IOP (Ро) measurement through the eyelid in sclera area.

IOP tonometer diaton


  • User-friendly
  • No contact directly with the eyeball
  • The test is done through the upper eyelid
  • No risk of infection during the test
  • No anesthesia drops and staining agents
  • Comfortable for the patient
  • IOP measuring in immobilized patients and in children
  • Only disinfection is required
  • Saves time for medical staff

Diaton tonometer is highly appreciated by the doctors of leading clinics abroad and is supplied in more than 30 countries of the world including:

  • USA
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Finland
  • South Africa
  • Canada
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Poland
  • India
  • Mexico

Diaton Tonometer is intended for use by Inpatient & Outpatient Clinics such as

  • Hospitals,
  • Emergency Rooms,
  • Nursing & Elderly Homes,
  • General & Specialty Practitioners as well as Ophthalmologists and Optometrists.

Unique Transpalpebral Non-corneal Scleral Diaton-Tonometry

  • Availability of use when patients having different cornea pathology (even after keratoplastics and keratoprosthesis);
  • No need to adjust with pachymetry for IOP values correction even in patients after laser refractive correction of the eyesight;
  • Ophthalmotone day monitoring with diaton without losing quality of the consecutive measurements. The importance of this monitoring is unquestionable for progress monitoring and detecting pathology advancement, during selection of adequate hypo-tensive therapy;
  • Availability of quantitative digital IOP evaluation in patients having severe eye pathology with its anatomy change;
  • Easy use in patients with contact correction (lenses are not taken out), contact lenses do not need to be removed for accurate reading;
  • Diaton allows, without damage to the patient, to determine IOP and to control medications which can lead to possible ocular hypertension, as their secondary effect.

IOP measurement with diaton can be realized the patient being in sitting or reclining position

The measurement is realized through the upper eyelid and over the sclera, not the cornea

IOP measurements are carried out either by ophthalmologists, nurses or other assisting medical technicians