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Comparison of intraocular pressure measurements with the portable PT100 noncontact tonometer and Goldmann applanation tonometry
Purpose: Noncontact tonometers are useful when regulations preclude use of contact tonometers by medical students and other nonophthalmologists. Our study compared the measurements by the portable, noncontact tonometer (PT100) with Goldmann applanation tonometry (GAT). Methods: This was a prospective study of 98 eyes from 98 patients. Intraocular pressure (IOP) was measured by GAT and the PT100 (Reichert, Buffalo, NY). Results: Mean IOP measurements showed no significant differences indoi:10.2147/opth.s5537 fatcat:twvm6oteqnb57pkymuxeypgocm