Haag-Streit 870 Applanation Tonometer (Pre-Owned)

Haag-Streit 870 Applanation Tonometer (Pre-Owned)

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The Haag-Streit Applanation Tonometer 870 is a powerful accessory to Zeiss Style slit lamps that offers high accuracy tonometry with an average deviation of any single examination less than .5 mm Hg. The application of the Goldman method means that IOP measurements can be taken as part of a routine examination while the patient is at the slit lamp. Designed to fit on most "Zeiss" style model slit lamps. This high quality instrument provides highly accurate intra-ocular pressure readings. The instrument stays permanently mounted to the slit lamp and the prism is swung down when IOP readings are required. 

Includes ONE-YEAR warranty covering parts, labor, and shipping. All pre-owned inventory from Lombart is completely refurbished, tested, and re-calibrated by factory-trained technicians.

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$850.00

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

The Applanation Tonometer 870 is to be mounted over the microscope of the slit lamp. The feeler arm protrudes from above into the path of the microscope and the illumination unit. The tonometer is ready for use with a single swing movement of the feeler arm. Designed to fit on most "Zeiss" style model slit lamps. This high quality instrument provides highly accurate intra-ocular pressure readings. The instrument stays permanently mounted to the slit lamp and the prism is swung down when IOP readings are required. 

The Applanation Tonometer is still the most widely used instruments to measure interocular pressure. The advan-tage of the "Goldmann" method are considerable. The measurement can be carried out on the patient sitting at the slit lamp in conjunction with other routine microscopic examinations. The accuracy of the measurement is extremely high. The average deviation in any one single examination does not exceed +/- 0.5. mm HG. Furthermore, repeated measuring procedures do not reduce the ocular pressure, as no massing effects occurs. Last but not least, there are no standardization or calibration difficulties. 

FEATURES:

  • The measurement of the ocular pressure is carried out on the patient sitting at the slit lamp in conjunction with other routine microscopic examinations. 
  • High accuracy of the measurement - the average deviation in any one single examination does not exceed ± 0.5 mm Hg. 
  • The intraocular pressure in mm Hg is found by multiplying the drum reading by ten. 
  • Scleral-rigidity is not to be taken into account as the small volumetric displacement of 0.56 mm3 increases the intraocular tension by about 2.5 % only. 
  • Repeated measuring procedures do not reduce the ocular pressure, as no massaging effect occurs. 
  • There are no standardization and calibration difficulties.